Created 07/13/2011 - 1 year ago
It's possible to open a can of paint with a $500 Kramer knife. Not likely, and certainly not a market segment that's going to help Kramer's business flourish. At many suburban libraries, the majority of patrons do nothing but 'rent'...
Seth Godin on why it's essential for organizations to clarify what they do. Key for #socent http://ow.ly/5DZgS
Great sense, and as ever well articulated! ;) RT @ThisIsSethsBlog: Articulating your preferred use case http://bit.ly/qPIs9i
Good chapters, like good businesses, don't have to be attractive to everybody. Know your niche. http://t.co/BplcJon
Seth Godin says: Articulating your preferred use case (what's it for?): It's possible to open a can of paint wit... http://bit.ly/nzzu11
Articulating your preferred use case (what's it - your business, products, services - for?) http://bit.ly/q1Js5e
Seth's Blog: Articulating your preferred use case - http://ht.ly/5DfQA - Is Seth Godin really overflowing with genius? He may well be.
Seth Godin on the importance of articulating the use-case of a product before trying to sell it: http://bit.ly/pQsJ5z
#entrepreneur "What's It For?" Might Be the Most Important Question You Can Ask Yourself about Your Product/Service http://ow.ly/5DcmP
Don't just chase ANY customer. Have the guts to say no to many customers and optimize for the ones you really want. http://t.co/fbkRq1s
Are you spending your time finding and serving your best customers? http://bit.ly/qPIs9i @ThisIsSethsBlog
Articulating your preferred use case (what's it for?) http://ht.ly/5DuXJ Always have a reason for what you're doing, & make it clear
#currentlyreading: latest from @ThisIsSethsBlog (on defining a use case for your product/company) - http://t.co/mXe5kke
The Special Education spending debate goes on... http://ow.ly/5DzGs (via @edweek) #specialed #spedchat #LD
You can still join us in Austin next week. View a video about the benefits and value of The Open Group Conferences http://ow.ly/5DzgS #ogaus