21. Conduct a survey using www.surveymonkey.com.au to find out why people use your product or service, then use this data for newsletters and for distribution to the media (if the data is interesting – of course!)
22. Ring you top 10 clients and ask them if they know other companies that would be well-suited to using your products or services
23. Improve your image by making sure you look the part. How does a CEO / MD look? What should they wear to work? What are the expectations of your target audience in regards to how you look.
24. Find out what your customers read and place a strategically placed advertisement in the next issue
25. Develop a marketing plan and incorporate all the great ideas you have had over the last 12 months and haven’t gotten around to doing
26. Develop a marketing timeline so that you ACTUALLY implement your marketing strategy
27. Form alliances with businesses that sell into the same target market as you but are not conflicting
28. Write thank you notes to key customers for buying your goods or services. Chances are that they will then tell a number of their friends, family and associates what a nice thought it was for you to do this
29. Network your arse off! Networking is one of the easiest and most effective ways to market your business
30. Join a charity and show your customers you care. My charity of choice is www.ozchild.org.au - they help children who are less privileged in so many meaningful ways
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