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A marketing plan includes various marketing strategies across different channels to achieve the goal of your business. Most people don’t understand the difference between a marketing plan and a marketing strategy. A strategy will help you to set and achieve your goal, while a plan will help you achieve and evaluate your goal. Choosing the right strategy should be your priority in making a winning marketing plan. 

Published in Marketing
Friday, 16 September 2022 01:55

The must-see marketing plan sample

A winning marketing plan guarantees that organizations can clearly visualize their marketing strategies and avoid piecemeal implementations. A successful marketing plan can be instrumental in achieving your marketing goals, as it contains various marketing strategies that work together across different channels. This plan will be a road map for the strategy and tactics you will implement to promote a new product or your business. 

Published in Marketing
Tuesday, 30 August 2022 22:04

Why Your Marketing Plan Isn't Working?

Generally, all businesses need a comprehensive marketing plan to coordinate their campaigns and properly measure their impact. Marketing is a cumulative effort, and a unified plan maximises the value of every campaign towards a cohesive strategy.

A marketing plan identifies your target audience, the most effective channels on which to engage with them, and analytical insights to guide future strategy. Marketing plans do not always produce instant results – therefore, they are a crucial aspect of a business plan and should be given a considerate amount of attention.

Published in Blog
Thursday, 22 July 2021 09:08

Unlocking your marketing potential

Many entrepreneurs are natural marketers. They come up with great marketing ideas that are often more creative and, on the mark, then those who are paid to do marketing for a living.

The biggest challenge they face is execution.

Sound familiar?

Published in Blog
Monday, 09 December 2019 07:51

What does a marketing consulting firm do?

It's a question that many people wonder about but are too afraid to ask in person unless they are at a business networking event where there is more freedom to deep dive into the person's background that you are talking to. 
Published in Marketing
Wednesday, 04 September 2019 12:17

How Marketers Can Impress CEO's

Interacting with your CEO can be stressful sometimes. Whether they are an easy person to talk to or not, it’s understandable to get a flustered around them now and then. Impressing them is a whole different thing entirely! Of course, you want to do well at your job, and a good relationship with your CEO is a vital part of that. But how do you go about impressing your CEO, someone who has likely seen every different approach to any given problem? Below, we have five steps to show your CEO that you have the initiative to perform and produce results.

 

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It’s the beginning of the new year and if you’re like me, you’re already struggling to maintain your resolutions. This is the case for countless individuals across the world. Why? Mainly due to a lack of planning and execution. The same issue exists for business owners and managers. Let’s take a look:  

Published in Marketing
Monday, 21 November 2016 10:32

Ready To Roll Out Your 2017 Marketing Plan?

As the end of the year is rapidly approaching, businesses are scrambling to finalize their budgets, projects, and overall 2016 business goals.

Unfortunately, many businesses get lost in the chaos of closing out the year and forget to fully prepare a marketing strategy for the upcoming year. Hit the ground running in 2017 with a strategic marketing plan designed to guide your company to the next level.  
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When a business starts a new calendar year with have a business strategy in place, supported by a sales and marketing plan - CEO's expect results.

But what if the results are not forthcoming? What if key people have read the strategy yet are not "making it happen"? As we near the end of January, many companies are realizing that targets are not being met, and while some may scratch their heads, the real leaders are taking action.