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Your Market Isn’t As Big As You Think

Gee Ranasinha Marketing

The definition, scope, and size of a market can only be based upon current buyer understanding on what that market represents. If customers don’t understand what your product is, and how it compared to other products, the truth is that you’re in a new market.

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The Specialization of Business Process

Gee Ranasinha Marketing

Instead of continually dividing a business into niche areas of specialization, there’s an argument for the return of what we could call the “informed generalist”.

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Your Business Competition Isn’t Who You Think It Is

Gee Ranasinha Marketing

You can’t really market successfully to your audience until you understand the choices that they are making, and can see the alternatives from their eyes. The more you try to unearth your “stealth competitors”, the better your marketing will be.

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Growing A Business: When Bigger Isn’t Better

Gee Ranasinha Business

The problem with building widgets faster and more cheaply is that you’re assuming the demand for those widgets will never wane – but that day will surely come. Today the innovation opportunity lies in the ability to address more transient customer needs.

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A Mobile-Friendly Website Now Impacts SEO

Gee Ranasinha Marketing

Having a website that’s optimized for mobile-devices has been growing in importance for some time. With Google’s latest search algorithm changes, it’s become critical.