Vadim Kotelnikov    

Create a Market Niche for Your Business

Differentiate from Your Competitors

   

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7 Routes to High Profits

  

 

Creating Sustainable Profits: 9 Questions To Answer

Virtuoso Marketing  Download PowerPoint presentation, pdf e-book

To compete with other businesses and win customers over nowadays you need something unique that nobody else can copy. You must create a niche for your business. A niche is something that makes your business different from your competitors and positions is prominently.

Surprise To Win: 3 Strategies

New Product Development: 10 Best Practices Download PowerPoint presentation, pdf e-book

To create any kind of niche, you must:

3Bs of Strategic Creativity

Having selected your niche, you must develop a prototype and test market your new product or service. Does it appeal to your target audience? Will it attract people away from your competition? If it does, start developing your niche fast >>>

Sell Benefits Download PowerPoint presentation, pdf e-book

To stay ahead of your competition and be successful and profitable over a long period of time, use this process several times in your business life.

       

 

Set Godin advice

In a crowded marketplace, fitting in is failing. In a busy marketplace, not standing out is the same as being invisible.  >>>

Set Godin

Sam Walton's rules for buiding a great business

If everybody else is doing it one way,

you can find your niche by going in exactly the opposite direction.  >>>

Sam Walton

Wal-Mart

Mikhail Zhvanetsky humorous quotes, Russian jokes

Discovering your place in this world

is not enough, you must also be

the first to get there.

Mikhail Zhvanetsky

    

The Art of Innovation: 9 Truths

By: Guy Kawasaki

Don't be afraid to polarize people. Most companies want to create the holy grail of products that appeals to every demographic, social-economic background, and geographic location. To attempt to do so guarantees mediocrity.

Instead, create great DICEE (Deep, Intelligent, Complete, Elegant, Emotive) products that make segments of people very happy. And fear not if these products make other segments unhappy.

The worst case is to incite no passionate reactions at all, and that happens when companies try to make everyone happy... More

Blue Ocean vs. Red Ocean Strategy

Competitive Differentiation

Jack Welch's 5 Strategic Questions

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