Identify Your
Target Market

As an entrepreneur, you have big dreams. You want the entire world to know your products and services are available to everyone.

It can be easy to spend huge sums of money trying to attract the world to your products and services, only to find that you’ve overspent your budgets and you don’t have any new customers.

It’s hard to get noticed in this clutter filled world, but attempting to reach everybody with your product or service is not only inefficient, it’s also very expensive. That’s why it’s important to narrowly define your target customer and meet them where they are.

Step 1 of 2

  • (Use demographics such as age, annual income and education level. Use psychographic information such as behaviors, hobbies and values.)
  • (Efficiency, ease of use, time, etc.)
  • (and not my competitor)?
  • (Cost, time etc.)