How To Find The Right COMPETITORS to Study for Your Specific Product(Service)
If you follow this site and are a Home Business Achiever that we are in touch with, then you know that the big project being done with the 57 websites of the Blog Coalition is all about giving people like you who either already have their own home business or want to start one. Ultimately this knowledge will be uncovered in the upcoming digital learning product. We are having a hard time waiting for it ourselves, so we are going to spend a little time looking at the idea of what is the “Method How” to study your competitors as a part of the campaign of releasing a new product or service?
Want More Money? Start with Understanding Your COMPETITORS so You Can Get Your Share of Your Industry’s Audience!
The above headline is something that all of us (and this includes you) know is important but are not quite sure about how to do it. What we do know are bits and pieces of things like looking at the links of a competitor. Looking at their online ranking in search engines and ultimately being ready to put what you have discovered into your own home business.
Short Strategy: The Truth About How You Already Have Within You the Info to Beast Your COMPETITORS
I want to start this by saying that the story I am about to tell you has to do with what I have learned about competitors but is not claiming to be a be-all know-all insight. In other words I have as much to learn as you or anyone else. I am not claiming to know the ins and outs of everything. But I can say this. One of the coolest “Method How” – if you can pull it off – has to do with studying the market. You can do this by first looking at what your competitors are doing, then, most importantly, coming up with a list of what they are not doing. And then, you got it, adding those things to your Home Business Achiever arsenal. One thing I can almost guarantee that your “Home Business” competitors are not doing is looking at are the insights between the lines. This has to do with having a strategy to do with first researching and then figuring out what is not being done in your field for which there is a big market? How do you do this? For starters, let’s assume your home business has to do with something your know a lot about or are passionate or both. Once you have that box checked you can now ask yourself “What do I want that does not exist.” And if your audience consists of people like you, the outcome should be even bigger. Are you you your own demographic? All right, got to go. Keep an eye out for our “Method How” collaboration. If you do not see it here, see if “Method How” has it. By the way, at the time of writing this blog post, “Method How” does not yet exist.