I know my website, industry, competitors inside/out, but I find it hard to come up with different unique value proposition (UVP) strategies that I can apply to really close the gap and make my website more superior than my competitors. The service I offer is something that I can't seem to come up with "game changing" strategies because I'm not really sure what can be done; maybe I've been looking from the inside out for so long, it would be better to get some outside perspective from anyone on Clarity who is more creative than me in coming up with "game changing" UVP strategies that will make my website a "must have" over my competitors.
I've helped quite a few tech startups (mostly in travel & SaaS) nail down their value propositions, especially as it relates to copywriting & conversions.
Just a guess, but could it be that you're focusing too much on differentiating based on your website's "features" or what it does?
If the core of what you offer isn't all that unique, try looking at other ways to differentiate. For example:
- customer service (Zappos)
- world view or business POV (Tom's one-for-one strategy)
- personality (Mailchimp)
- product design
- the audience you serve (niche out)
- how your website is created/run
Not all of these type of differentiators will be "game-changing." But if what makes your service/website unique resonates deeply with your target audience, maybe you don't have to be a "disruptor" like Uber or airbnb.
Tough to say without knowing what industry you're actually in.
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Hope this helps.