When I say narrow niche, what I mean is a company that is very specific and intentional about the service or product that they create, and the customers that they serve.
A generalist, on the other hand, is a company that offers a product or service that’s pretty similar to others in the market, and/or they have a broadly defined type of customer that they’re targeting.
Let’s compare two hypothetical examples to provide a little context for this.
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When it comes to making better marketing decisions, it’s often a question of when, not just what.
- Should we focus on expanding our advertising now, or wait until later?
- Should we update our visual branding now, or wait until later?
- Should we expand our target markets now, or wait until later?
Here’s why the question of when is so important. Because the details of your marketing don’t operate in a vacuum. Every aspect of your marketing has to work together in order to move you in the right direction. It’s really only as strong as its weakest link.
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Making the right marketing decision shouldn’t be complicated and overwhelming.
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