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End Your 2020 With Best Of Product Management Blogs
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Zeda.io welcomes you all to the last weekly Newsletter of the year 2020. We wish our readers and their family a very Happy and Prosperous New Year in advance. This week we have curated the list of 5 Best Blogs on Product Management. Hope this will help you in gaining some knowledge and upgrading your skills. If you enjoy reading this newsletter then don’t forget to share it with your friends.
Also if you are new to our channel, here are the links of last 3 newsletter for you.
1. How to Monetize Your Product — The Google Way
First of all, it’s important to lay out what monetization means, which can be broken down into three main steps.
The first is to find your Product-Market Fit. This means asking yourself some key questions like:
Is there a big enough need? (Market)
Why should people use your product to fulfil that need? (Value proposition)
Is your value proposition real for the market? (Validate your value proposition)
The next step is to grow revenue sustainably, followed by scaling up and growing the business. It’s great if your product is making money, but at the end of the day it has to further the goals of your overall business.
2. Product Management Skills: Market Research
Market research, for Product Managers, is an absolute necessity for success. Much of the time, you’ll find that your company has already outsourced your market research to a firm. But if you’re working on your own project or at a smaller startup, you might find this responsibility falling into your lap.
That’s why you need us! And we’re here to help.
Here, we’ll go over the different types of market research, whether or not you should outsource, and 4 methods for lean market research.
3. The 5 Product Management Lessons I Learned As An Entrepreneur
I’ve been a product manager for almost a decade now and worked both in small startups and large corporations building data centric and ML products. I thought that I knew everything there is to know about product management (I’m there in the trenches day in and day out) but only after I started my path as an entrepreneur did I truly realized what being a product manager is really about. Being an entrepreneur takes everything you know to extremes and thus the good and the bad quickly surface and accentuate.
4. How To Pitch Your Minimum Viable Product
When it comes to fundraising, it all starts with an idea. The reality is that startups are never rarely unique — most likely there are a bunch of people who are doing exactly the same. So, ‘just the idea’ isn’t what makes investors open their wallets — even if you came up with something absolutely amazing. Purrweb will tell you a cool way to attract investors. Enjoy!
Okay, if ideas are useless, how to captivate investors and prove the workability of your business concept? A well-designed MVP does the trick perfectly. This article aims at finding out how to create a solid UI design and share the MVP idea in the best possible way.
5. The 10 Product Talks You Should Have Watched in 2020
Whether it’s at one of our conferences or meetups, we host events in over 200 cities around the world and love to invite product people to take the stage, share their insights, and push our craft forward. This year we published 102 videos and you watched a staggering 920 days of video on Mind the Product. If you have 55 hours spare I highly recommend watching them all, but if you don’t – here are the top 10 talks we published this year as voted by your views:
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