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Nail Down Your Unique Selling Proposition With These 5 Questions
February 28, 2017
Welcome to the first installment of our Video Marketing Toolkit series! We’re detailing essential elements in your video marketing strategy. Got a question or suggestion? Shoot us an email! No matter what product, service or experience you’ve created, we’re all in business to do one thing: solve a problem. The most important step in any business plan is identifying your unique selling proposition. This step is also insanely useful when laying down the details of your video marketing plan. We know it can be a bit overwhelming. To make the process easier, we’re breaking down how to identify your unique selling proposition and then incorporate it into your video marketing strategy.
Even if your strategy doesn’t involve an explainer video, there are an infinite number of ways your USP is vital to your video marketing strategy. With any video, your USP is a non-negotiable first step before diving into the pre-production process.
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What is a Unique Selling Proposition?A unique selling proposition is your company’s distinct offer to your target market. It’s your way of solving the problem at hand, whether it be a widespread issue or a niche market need. Every element of your business plan needs your USP, including your pricing, target and your video marketing strategy.
How To Identify Your Unique Selling PropositionThis step seems simple, but it can sometimes be the most difficult of all. Understanding a problem is more complex than simply identifying a pain point and calling it a day. It requires identifying your target customer, and illustrating exactly how you (and only you!) can solve their problem. The more specific you can get at this point in your business plan, the easier everything will be down the line.
5 Questions To Ask Yourself:
- Who is my target customer? (Be specific!)
- What problem is my target customer experiencing?
- How does this problem make them feel? (Field research is instrumental here!)
- How does my product/service solve my target customer’s problem?
- How will my target customer’s life or business improve after I solve their problem?