๐Ÿ”†ย  What part of your value proposition gets lost in translation?

๐Ÿ”†ย  What part of your value proposition gets lost in translation?

Earlier this week, this line caught my attention: Complexity kills; simplicity scales.ย 

There’s just so much truth in these four words.

  • Nine out of ten websites kill lead conversion because of complexity
  • Nine out of ten value propositions kill traction because of complexity
  • Nine out of ten demos kill or delay deals because of complexityย 
  • Nine out of ten products kill adoption because of complexity

We always tend to urge to mention everything cool about our SaaS product: it has revolutionary AI inside. It leverages the latest Web3 protocols. It’s an end-to-end, unified solution. And so on.

Sure, it makes us, tech professionals, proud. All the long hours of blood, sweat, and tears that went in to produce it.ย 

But what’s that all worth if the customers we built it for are confused?

 

Complexity kills; simplicity scales.ย 

Becauseย 

  • simplicity is instantly understood
  • simplicity drives memorability
  • simplicity fuels word of mouth

 

All components that help grow our SaaS business.

 

Question for you to reflect upon

What part of your value proposition gets lost in translation? How could you say that part in an instantly understood and memorable way?

 

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