Determine Your Target Market

10 lessons
43min
4.80 (200 reviews)

Who are you selling to? While entrepreneurial optimism might lead you to believe the entire world is your market, success depends on a focused and detailed definition of your core audience. Demographic profiling is just the start; identifying your target market should also include delving into psycho-graphic characteristics such as belief systems and lifestyle choices.

In addition to providing starter lists of demographic and psychographic attributes that enable you to build a customer persona, this course includes tips for developing your own business-specific market characteristics, with advice specifically for B2B businesses and companies operating across international borders and cultures.

You’ll also access methods for ensuring that the target market you pinpoint is consistent with other elements of your go-to-market strategy, from acquisition marketing channels to pricing and promotions. The opportunity to apply tactics step by step in a workshop exercise empowers you to develop a target market definition unique to your business and in alignment with your startup goals.

Created by Ken Burke


Determine Your Target Market

10 lessons
43min
4.80 (200 reviews)
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Lessons

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Lesson 10

About the author

Ken Burke, founder, and CEO of The EntrepreneurNOW! Network, is a speaker, serial entrepreneur, mentor, and author. Ken founded MarketLive, a market-leading, enterprise class eCommerce software platform used by major merchants generating $2b in online sales through the platform. He sold MarketLive to Vista Equity Partners in 2016.

Ken recently published his book called, "Prosper: 5 Steps to Thriving in Business and Life". Ken also has a podcast called, "Optimize Your Entrepreneur Brain", which is available on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen to your podcasts.

He earned his MBA in Entrepreneurship from the University of Southern California -Marshall School of Business, which later awarded him the honor of Entrepreneur of the Year.