Post Profile

Competitive Analysis: How to Find Out Who's Buying From Your Competitors

In my previous tutorial, we covered the basics of doing competitive analysis for your business—no matter how small it is.  For this guide, we’ll go deeper into learning more about your competitors’ customers. You’ll find out the different types of people your small business competitors target, why they buy, and what possible unmet needs they have. Once you’ve done this, you’ll be able to discover the following: Know exactly which types of customers your competitors attract, including different types of customer personas or segments.
read more


Related Posts

Competitor Analysis Guide for Small Businesses

Business & Finance / Entrepreneurship : Business Opportunities

Starting a small business can be nothing short of terrifying, particularly if you start comparing yourself to all the other businesses competing in the same field. In fact, in order for your business to thrive you need to know almos...

6 Advantages Your Small Business Has Over Bigger Competitors

Business & Finance / Entrepreneurship : Small Business Labs

It's nice every so often to get back to basics. Openview's article David vs. Goliath: Your Startup's Guide to Giant-Killing does just that by describing 6 advantages small businesses have relative to bigger competitors. These are: Y...

Price Matching: Crucial Advice for Small Business Owners

Business & Finance / Entrepreneurship : Smallbiztechnology

Price matching has recently become one of the best tools in business competition. I’m sure you’ve heard of it, but just in case, price matching refers to a business policy where if a customer can find a lower price at a competitor s...

5 Advanced Local PPC Techniques

Business & Finance / Entrepreneurship : Small Business Trends

Most small businesses have a local customer base and that's the market you want to attract. Here are some local PPC tips to help you do just that.

Concur and SAP/Ariba: Customer and Partner/Ecosystem Analysis and Recommendations

Business & Finance : Spend Matters

Categories: Analysis, Industry News, Technology Tags: PRO, Technology Since SAP’s announcement last week that it is buying Concur, Spend Matters has been busy covering the transaction from multiple angles. On the surface, it would b...


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC