[Guide] The ultimate B2B research guide for product marketers

June 22, 2021

From competitive intelligence to brand perceptions and optimizing products for market fit, product marketers that use B2B market research effectively can standout in 2021.

Product Marketers

Download this paper if you:

  1. Are a product marketer looking to apply best practices around the latest monetization and go-to-market strategy trends.
  2. Want to learn how Netflix gains user insights, what’s the next ad platform and how to use B2B surveys for competitive benchmarking.
  3. Need to conduct research on brand awareness and reputation, ad product familiarity or market intelligence.

Click here to download ‘How product marketers do B2B research: Monetization, market intelligence, and go-to-market strategy‘ today.

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