Narrow Targeting creates a bigger bullseye.
- Targeted marketing messages resonate more with your specific audiences.
- Sales becomes like muscle memory talking to similar audiences over and over.
- Lessons are learned faster testing against one audience.
- Targeted specialization and experience reduces competition.
Versus Broad Targeting creates a lot of space to miss.
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