The challenge of bringing an innovative product to market is that your target audience might not immediately see the benefit. They don’t realize that they had a problem, so they are not open to pursuing a solution. It’s a weird problem for a brand to face because simply telling people that your product exists probably won’t win them over. You have to get their attention and educate them.

In this episode, we kickoff with a discussion of Squatty Potty and use their store as an example of how you can lead your marketing with education and thought leadership. If done successfully, the end result will be more engaged customers and a powerful brand.

About the Hosts:
Marshal Carper is a content marketer and founder of Carper Communications. Learn more about him and his work at marsh.al
Meesha Gerhart is a designer and founder of RedTree Web Design. Learn more about her and her work at redtreewebdesign.com/

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“Final Battle of the Dark Wizards” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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2 Men Blues by Stefan Kartenberg (c) 2015 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution (3.0) license. dig.ccmixter.org/files/JeffSpeed68/51636 Ft: Admiral Bob