Annita Marshall

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  • One of the biggest challenges that small businesses have to deal with is coming up with a smart marketing plan and then putting it into action. This is because they are busy with so much they have to deal within their company’s such as putting out fires, issues with employees and making sure they make a sale. A marketing plan is very important thus time should be devoted in to devising one. The bottom line is that it is good for the business.

    In the business sector, it is not advisable to start something without having an end goal in mind. The end goal must be clear at the beginning in order to know what is needed to achieve it. If you are aiming for your company to be more visible to the public, set the goals that you want to reach and a timeframe to determine when you want these to be accomplished. After determining the end goal, it will be easier for you to map out the next course you should take which includes marketing strategies that will help you meet your goal.

    You might have a good idea in mind but your startup business will not be successful without customers. Ask yourself who your target audience is. It is evident that a single business cannot cater to the needs of everyone. Determine your target customers depending on who will benefit most from what you are offering and then start planning a strategy that is catered especially for them. According to Tommy Walker who is a blogger for Crazy Egg, businesses must identify the basic demographics of their target audience such as gender, age and location. From there you will know how to get them to be interested in your brand.

    An effective marketing strategy will only be developed through the right team. The team should be made up of people with different strengths and various skills. The team should basically be made up of web designer, content writer, social media manager, customer service professional and developer. This can prove to be a challenge to small business because of limited resources. There are alternative working arrangements you can do in order to save money.

    Posted by AnnitaRMarshall @ 9:22 AM

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