It’s surprising how many businesses do not have a marketing strategy and it could be holding you back. The financials may be looking great and you’re making money, but the growth rate isn’t where you want it to be.
Investing time and effort into creating and following a marketing strategy could be the fuel you need to supercharge your business.
Here are the things you can do right now to start developing a strategy:
This is one of the basic principles of marketing. Spending some time understanding your customers can only add value to customer service and retention. Understanding their wants and needs could expose new opportunities that could boost the bottom line or improve the customer experience.
Marketing strategies need to be the base of all activity but it also needs to be fluid. Constantly revisiting and tweaking the strategy will keep your business one step ahead of the competition. Having a solid plan clearly outlined eliminates any miscommunication and keeps the team on the same page.
Whilst the platforms have changed dramatically over the last 10 years, the value of good writing and developing quality content has not. Content marketing has emerged from being a part of the marketing strategy to one of the core elements.
It can be difficult to stand out in a crowd all offering something similar. Creating a unique customer experience can help your business deliver brand loyalty and it’s not that difficult to achieve. Offering content that adds value to the customer will solve their problems and keep them coming back for more.
Employees can be the businesses biggest champions and brand advocates. Getting everyone involved will increase the effectiveness of all marketing activity and it can often boost morale. Involving employees in some aspects of the marketing strategy will create a better buy in and greater understanding of the end goal.
Team TWA has years of experience creating and delivering marketing strategies. Get in touch today and see how we can help you create a strategy tailored to your business.
September 13, 2017 - This article was written by Daniel Hill