Whenever you have even an inch of an idea about starting a business, the foremost thought is to decide the audience that’d be targeted and approached. It’s simple logic; your business runs because of people, people that could or would sometime be interested to look into your product or service one day or the other.
So, the better you understand your audience, the better it is for your business. And it’s something that everybody knows. Still, newbies into the field are finding it hard to hit the right nice audience. For them, it’s more like a meander that tricks them every now and then into it, not letting them see signs of light at the end of the tunnel.
The market undoubtedly looks enormous when you give birth to an idea, you see plenty of fishes in the sea, though not all may come to you. Moreover, there could possibly be no market for your product at all. So, it’s better to introspect and ask yourself these questions to get a better sight of your business’s market -