Compumatrix- A Unique Selling Proposition
UNIQUE SELLING PROPOSITION
In Greg Ciotti’s post (5 Ways to Develop a Unique Selling Proposition), he makes the following comment:
A strong unique selling proposition lets you to stand apart from competitors and actively focus your energy on creating things that cater to your ideal group of customers.
In preparations for a business launch that I am currently involved in, I have stressed this concept to my business partner. What we have to offer has to fit a void that is not available for our “prospective” customers. Greg also makes a reference to not falling into the trap of satisfying everyone with your product.
When you hear: Everyone will want to buy this product from you, IT IS TIME TO RUN FOR THE HILLS!
COMPUMATRIX AND ITS UNIQUE SELLING PROPOSITION
Will everyone want what we have? Absolutely not!
Just because you have the perfect idea in your head doesn’t mean it’s the “perfect idea”! (That’s because it wasn’t in my head first!) On the other hand, COMPUMATRIX has its unique selling proposition (and this does not mean Everybody wants my product). What Compumatrix allows me to do is work on other projects and take advantage of what Compumatrix has to offer at the same time.
In one of the post here in this blog (Compuceeds, My Online Business Product) the value of Compuceeds as a Digital Currency is expressed. The future is in Digital Currencies. Does this mean “everybody will buy my Digital Currencies”? Of course not. After all, there are still people that Barter instead of using money!
The unique selling proposition that Compumatrix brings to the table is the fact they provide a Digital Currency that can bring about a resolution for business financial issues. Example: I am currently investigating using Compumatrix as a solution for various aspects for my online business ventures. Two of these solutions that we are investigating are capable of being introduced solely due to this unique selling proposition.
We can end here with this quote:
“A mind, once expanded by a new idea, never return to its original dimension” Oliver Wendell Holmes
What ideas are you hiding in the recesses of your mind?