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Why People Aren’t Clamoring Around Your Product

This lesson is part of Femgineer’s Grow It Introductory Series.

You did it!

You launched your product. Well done.

Unfortunately, you were greeted by a chorus of crickets instead of a stampede of new customers.

High fives and fist bumps quickly turned into befuddlement…

Uh — where is everyone?

I mean, you did tell everyone you knew about your product…

Like your entire family, your friends, your posse, your alma mater, your Twitter followers, your fellow Millennials, Gen Xers, Baby Boomers, and the list goes on and on and on.

I hate to call you out … but THAT right there is the fundamental problem:

You targeted waaaaay too many people.

If you’ve ever thought, “Who wouldn’t want my product?” You need to pay close attention to today’s video lesson!

I’ll share the #1 strategy I’ve taught to the 100+ startups I’ve advised over the years —

It will help you finally nail the customer segment that is going to pay for your product (…and rave to others about it).

And for the love of technology, please do not waste another hour of your time building a product for everyone, mmmkay?

There is power in one.

Build it for one.

Don’t forget to enter your challenge response in the comments and I’ll be sure to reply with feedback!


Sign up to participate in Grow It’s Introductory Training Series

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