Finding your target market is very important; in all walks of life. You could be inventing, job hunting, writing, etc.
Mostly, a target market is considered something that businesses need to identify and market to. Before opening a business, you should have a very good idea what your target market is.
If you’ve just launched a startup, you’ve likely spent a lot of time planning and building your business. Part of that planning process involves—or should involve—deciding who will be on the receiving end of your marketing efforts.
Your products might appeal to a large group of people, but it doesn’t make sense to try to market to everyone.
Selecting a target audience will help save you resources. Focusing on a portion of the people who might be interested in your products will allow you to communicate and engage with that segment more deeply.
[YES]Can be sold
[YES]Can be used for personal use
[YES]Can be packaged with other products
[YES]Can modify/change the sales letter
[YES]Can be added into paid membership websites
[YES]Can put your name on the sales letter
[YES]Can be offered as a bonus
[YES]Can be used to build a list
[YES]Can print/publish offline
[YES]Can convey and sell Personal Use Rights
[YES]Can convey and sell Resale Rights
[YES]Can convey and sell Master Resale Rights
[NO]Can modify/change the main product
[NO]Can modify/change the graphics and ecover
[NO]Can be given away for free
[NO]Can be added to free membership websites
[NO]Can convey and sell Private Label Rights