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Build a Solid Marketing Plan

You’re busy running your company, creating a great product or service, and making happy customers. But at the same time, you know you need to grow, and you need more leads and more customers. When you’re getting a new business off the ground, the whole marketing thing feels very intimidating. Where to start?

The answer: step back and create a real plan for your marketing efforts. This applies to any company, from local consumer businesses to technology companies with a B2B focus. With so many DIY marketing tools out there, there’s a real danger of not seeing the forest for the trees. You may find yourself getting so lost in details that there’s no overall strategy to your marketing.

The best part about a marketing plan: it allows you to spend your time more efficiently. Then you can get back to the job of running your businesses, while attracting new customers and enjoying the growth you deserve.

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The 7 Steps to Marketing Your Business

  1. Define your target audience: Who is the perfect customer for you?
  2. Build a foundation: What really sets your business apart from your competitors?
  3. Set a budget: Long-benefits are worth a short-term cost.
  4. Look at the calendar: Plan campaigns around big events in your industry, holidays too.
  5. Write down your ideas: Brainstorm and write it all out, even a napkin will do.
  6. Take advantage of “free” marketing channels: Social media and other methods can build lasting relationships with customers.
  7. Make it easy: Explore automated tools that save time and effort.

BlueTreeDigital, based in Leesburg, VA, is branding and direct response working together. With BlueTreeDigital, your company gets the best combination of content plus design. Contact us today for a free consultation.


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