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Jason Fried
"Here's what our product can do" and "Here's what you can do with our product" sound similar, but they are completely different approaches.
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Brandon Shockley 14 Aug 15
Replying to @jasonfried @faris
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Faris 14 Aug 15
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@Plannerzone people don't want drills they want holes etc ;-)
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Andrew 16 Jan 14
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RT "Here's what our product can do" & "Here's what you can do with our product" sound similar, but are completely different
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Mark Larsen 14 Jun 15
Replying to @jasonfried @pbyrne
"Ask not what our product can do for you, ask what you can do with our product"
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Yoav Kaufman 13 Nov 13
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people like to know what something will do for them, they don't care about you or the product you make unless in can help them.
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Passionately Curious 14 Mar 15
Replying to @jasonfried @ValaAfshar
one is Sales the other is Customer Success
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miles ward 22 May 18
Forget products (please forgive me product manager homies): we can help you solve problems and achieve your ambitions
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