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June 17, 2024

Strategic Insights - Crushing Your Competition

Jordan Carlson
Senior Strategist

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Jordan Carlson
Senior Strategist

Welcome back to our Madak Monday Series, Navigating The Chaos, your guide to reclaiming control of your marketing and achieving your goals.

Throughout this series, we'll share practical resources and templates that help you conquer your marketing chaos. 

Standing out from your competition is more critical than ever, so today’s topic is all about crushing your competition with a Competitor Analysis.

Why Do You Need This?

You need to set yourself apart from your competitors. To do this, you need to understand who your competitors are and what they are doing. 

A Competitor Analysis is about gaining insights into their strengths, weaknesses, strategies, and market positioning.

Here are a few reasons why competitive analysis is crucial:

Identify Opportunities: Spot gaps in the market that your competitors have overlooked.

Improve Your Strategies: Learn from your competitors' successes and failures to refine your own strategies.

Customer Insights: Understand what attracts customers to your competitors and how you can offer something better.

Benchmarking: Measure your performance against the best in the industry to set realistic and ambitious goals.

What to Evaluate

  • Products/Services: Compare features, quality, pricing, and customer reviews.
  • Marketing Strategies: Analyze their advertising, social media presence, and content marketing efforts.
  • Sales Tactics: Look at their sales process, promotions, and customer engagement techniques.
  • Customer Feedback: Study reviews and testimonials to understand customer satisfaction and pain points.
  • Market Positioning: Assess their brand image, value proposition, and unique selling points.

Putting it Into Practice

Once you’ve identified and evaluated your competitors, it’s time to implement your findings.

To help you get started, here’s a template for competitor analysis:


Get Started

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Stay tuned for the next part in our Navigating The Chaos series!