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David C. Baker: Author | Speaker | Advisor—Business Insight for the Expert Firm

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Beyond Reluctant Leadership

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Advantages of Vertical Positioning for Your Agency

Positioning decisions probably last longer than most marriages, so let's get it right! Ignoring the dozens of nuances to consider, for a moment, let me help you think through the biggest issue: the pros and cons of positioning your firm vertically or horizontally. I'll start with vertical because the vast majority of firms who are positioned well have a vertical positioning. These are the four advantages of vertical positioning.

First, verticial positioning makes it so much easier to find your prospects. Whether you buy a list of prospects or not, think of it like this: can you buy a list. Conversely, if you cannot buy a list, you are likely going to struggle finding your prospects. That's because your targets don't share sufficient characteristics to be on the radar of the world trying to sell things to them, and from their point of view, their problems aren't so unique that they value working with an agency that specializes in solving them. If you can't buy a list, you are looking for a group of prospects that nobody else thinks is worth tracking.

Second, vertical positioning benefits from decision makers who...

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Beyond Reluctant Leadership

Read Beyond Reluctant Leadership on Medium, published by David C. Baker.

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Advantages of Vertical Positioning for Your Agency

Positioning decisions probably last longer than most marriages, so let's get it right! Ignoring the dozens of nuances to consider, for a moment, let me help you think through the biggest issue: the pros and cons of positioning your firm vertically or horizontally. I'll start with vertical because the vast majority of firms who are positioned well have a vertical positioning. These are the four advantages of vertical positioning.

First, verticial positioning makes it so much easier to find your prospects. Whether you buy a list of prospects or not, think of it like this: can you buy a list. Conversely, if you cannot buy a list, you are likely going to struggle finding your prospects. That's because your targets don't share sufficient characteristics to be on the radar of the world trying to sell things to them, and from their point of view, their problems aren't so unique that they value working with an agency that specializes in solving them. If you can't buy a list, you are looking for a group of prospects that nobody else thinks is worth tracking.

Second, vertical positioning benefits from decision makers who...

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Webinar: Who does it, what should you expect, what are the most effective methods, etc. The core of this webinar comes from interviews with 1,100 of the best account people at agencies around the world. You'll be fascinated with some of the basics and some of the unexpected findings, proven in the field. Please join us and pick the low-hanging fruit among your client base. $160 Purchase.

Revenue 2.0: Emerging Models for Expert Firms

You’re in business to make money and you’ve got ideas on how that should be done (along with a track record of doing so.) If you’ll give us two days of your life we’ll help you replace those ideas with even better ones and offer a more lucrative path to higher revenue, profit, and fulfillment. It’s not that your ideas are bad—they’ve gotten you this far after all. It’s just that what got you here doesn’t usually get you to the next level of profit and wealth. Your initial model for success becomes the constraint to even better success.

Atlanta, in a brewery, September 8-9.


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Beyond Reluctant Leadership

Read Beyond Reluctant Leadership on Medium, published by David C. Baker.

Advantages of Vertical Positioning for Your Agency

Positioning decisions probably last longer than most marriages, so let's get it right! Ignoring the dozens of nuances to consider, for a moment, let me help you think through the biggest issue: the pros and cons of positioning your firm vertically or horizontally. I'll start with vertical because the vast majority of firms who are positioned well have a vertical positioning. These are the four advantages of vertical positioning.

First, verticial positioning makes it so much easier to find your prospects. Whether you buy a list of prospects or not, think of it like this: can you buy a list. Conversely, if you cannot buy a list, you are likely going to struggle finding your prospects. That's because your targets don't share sufficient characteristics to be on the radar of the world trying to sell things to them, and from their point of view, their problems aren't so unique that they value working with an agency that specializes in solving them. If you can't buy a list, you are looking for a group of prospects that nobody else thinks is worth tracking.

Second, vertical positioning benefits from decision makers who...

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