The first step to any marketing strategy is having a plan of action. This blog post will provide you with tips and tricks that will help you formulate the perfect marketing campaign for your business. You’ll learn what it takes to go from “ok this is epic” to actually being epic, as well as how to create an amazing brand identity for your company.
What’s most important about developing a marketing plan and executing on it? Your employees need buy-in! They have no reason not to be on board with your plan if you give them a voice in the process.
If they buy into it, and then execute on what is asked of them, that’s when things really start to take off! This blog post will teach you how to create an amazing brand identity for your company by giving employees input in all aspects of marketing strategy development.
This blog post provides tips and tricks for going from ok this is epic to actually being epic so you can develop the perfect marketing campaign for your business.
The first step to any successful marketing strategy involves having a gameplan- know what defines success before acting too hastily or spending money unwisely just because something seems like a good idea at the time. You’ll learn how clear goals, a solid budget and plenty of collaboration can help you go from ok this is epic to actually being epic!
Now that we’ve covered the basics of what goes into creating an amazing brand identity for your company by giving employees input in all aspects of marketing strategy development, it’s time to get more specific.
The most important thing when developing any “marketing” campaign is making sure people are aware that it exists. This blog post will cover three different types of advertising: Social Media Marketing (SMM), Public Relations (PR) and Traditional/Direct Advertising- TV commercials or magazine ads. To make things easier on everyone involved with these campaigns, keep them simple & don’t be afraid to mix up the media types used- between all three types of advertising, there should be at least one that is appropriate for the product being marketed.
For example: if you are trying to sell a new truck and you have budget restrictions on TV spots or magazine ads then try using something like a billboard campaign in your local area- people driving down the highway will see it & hopefully take notice. If the goal of marketing this car was just to get people talking about how cool it looks/how expensive it is without even any intention of selling them anything, social media would work great; post pictures to Instagram showing off its curves with an invitation for followers to tag themselves next time they’re near one 😉
SMM can also incorporate things like blogging (providing article content) and social networking (starting conversations, engaging in discussions). – here’s what these are:
Social Media Marketing uses different networks that you can promote your business or product on, for example Facebook and Twitter.
SMM includes things like blogging (providing article content) and social networking (starting conversations, engaging in discussions).
Blogging is the act of writing a blog post – it’s important to use SEO keywords when you write your posts so that people searching for those terms will find them & be able to click through/read what you have written about. For this site I’ve been using: “all new cars” as one of my primary search terms because we are reviewing different car models each week 🙂
In this section, I’m going to talk about blogging for SEO purposes! Blogging is an important part of social media marketing because it gives you a place where people can read the articles that you have written. If your blog post uses keywords in its title and content (e.g., ‘all new cars’ as one of my primary search terms), then people who are searching for those words will find what they’re looking for on your site and be able to click through/read what you’ve written about them.” – here’s another example: “What’s Social Media Marketing?”
This article provides basic tips on how to use SMM for small business owners – it includes things like building connections using different networks such as Facebook.