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PSPINC What's New Newsletter Vol. 88 "A product that everyone will like"

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When you are thinking of creating a new product, it is natural to think about who is going to use the product. The market is the target audience that is likely to buy it. The value of a product is often expressed in terms of what percentage of the market it has. This is another way to advertise the value of a product, not by its function, but by its market share.

Needless to say, when we design a product, we target the one with the largest market size. Is this the right way to think? For example, when considering the U.S. market, there is a way to create a product that can be used by anyone living in the U.S. and make it known to a large number of people, but in reality, the larger the market, the more difficult it becomes to advertise.

If this is the case, it is more reasonable to market to a limited number of people even if the product itself is the same. For example, a service that targets only Japanese speakers in the U.S. is a small market, but one that is easy to identify. Many people in the U.S. come from Mexico and Central America, so it might be a good idea to market to Spanish speakers.

There is also a way to market based on race. In this case, marketing only to Caucasians is likely to be controversial in the U.S. right now, so it may be a problem. However, I don't think there is a problem with services that target minorities. We need to stop thinking that the bigger the market, the better, and start thinking about marketing to distinct groups.

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