- Define gtm
The riches are in the niches. If you pay enough for it.
Go-To-Market magazine became a chance to focalize a C-Level audience of GTM leaders who seek to push the envelope on innovation.
The tag line is: Trends, deep-dives, and analysis by CXOs for CXOs.
The problem with popular go-to-market content is that the majority of these resources were launched long ago. The most successful ones stem from the era that HubSpot introduced its inbound certification in the mid 2000’s. What happened next, is the majority of vendors started to abuse this strategy by mass releasing generic SEO content. And then the media became “pay-for-play” as well as analysts.
A thousand channels but nothing is on.
In a sea of GTM sameness, how could something innovative be built to finally stand out?
Differentiated GTM elements
- GTM mag is a mission-driven media, hand-selected, by CXOs for CXOs.
- No advertisements. Only the best of the best contribute like Mike Bosworth (Solution Selling inventor), Mary Shea (Forrester, Outreach), Sean Sheppard (VC, 3 exits)
- GTM strategy: content that raises the bar on ideation, innovation, writing caliber and imagery.
- Brand elements. Each article is released in cooperation with top illustrators from the Economist.
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