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5 Tell-Tale Signs It's Time to Reinvent Your Product

Don't wait until the very last minute to make improvements to your product. Look out for these tell-tale signs so you can keep your brand name at the top of customer's minds before it's too late. A. There's a Steady Decline Across the Board If you look at the last few years or so of sales data, you can see a steady decline. Customer feedback says your product isn't right, sales numbers show your target market isn't optimal, and projections indicate that your current business approach isn't sustainable.
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