In general, I like personas because they help marketers make decisions based on a deeper understanding of their buyers. Plus, as a writer, I find them extremely helpful because they help me pinpoint the buyer’s specific needs, motivations, etc., giving me a specific person to write to. As whole, personas are great. Until they aren’t.
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