Job title: Sr. Product Marketing Manager, New App Platform
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Describe the core buyer in your most recent role. How did you help teammates focus on building for and marketing to that buyer? *
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Rank your comfort level with the following competencies, with the competency you’re most comfortable with at the top: 1. Managing cross-functional stakeholders 2. Presenting research and insights to executives 3. Building a go-to-market strategy 4. Writing value propositions and messaging 5. Conducting qualitative research like customer interviews and focus groups 6. Conducting quantitative research like user or market surveys 7. Conducting secondary research like a literature review *
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Job date: Sun, 10 Jul 2022 05:50:04 GMT
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