Reveal, Analyze & Dominate: A Masterclass on Competitive Analysis

Understanding your competitive landscape is the first step when evaluating how you are positioned in the market. Competitive analysis helps you identify emerging threats, pinpoint new growth opportunities, and react to market shifts in real-time. But how do you do this when you don’t know how your competitors perform online? 

Don’t rely on guesswork when developing your strategy. 

Watch Similarweb alongside leading digital marketing agency Klint Marketing, as we walk you through the key steps of competitive analysis: revealing opportunities, analyzing competitors, and dominating the market. 

During the webinar you’ll learn how to:

  • Quickly reveal your digital competitive landscape (from a 30,000-foot view to in-depth granular detail)
  • Understand how digital insight can directly drive better business decisions
  • Find out how Klint Marketing used this approach to win more business
Chloe Nicholls
Product Marketing Manager Similarweb

Chloe is the product marketing manager for the Digital Research Intelligence solution. She is loves talking to customers and learning about how they use data to make strategic business decisions. With 10+ years of experience in B2B marketing, Chloe is passionate about the intersection of online business, technology, and creating products that people love. Chloe is based in London, UK and enjoys exploring the creative arts, independent cafes and theatres.

Taylor Ryan
Founder and CEO Klint Marketing

Taylor is an American entrepreneur living in Copenhagen, Denmark. He’s a 6x Startup Founder with 13+ years of marketing and start-up experience, currently running ArchitectureQuote - Saas Platform for Architects and Growth Hacking Agency - KlintMarketing. Taylor has built and run the marketing departments for some of Denmark's fastest-growing startups over the last 5 years. His latest venture is organizing, Growth Secrets, an online course and a free bi-monthly growth-hacking event series aimed at corporate innovation and start-up growth for Copenhagen’s tech community. Winner of the 2012 Tap Program: $4.3M Government contract to get wounded warriors and veterans back into the workforce. Often described as “the best growth-hacker in Denmark”.