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It’s officially November, which means that 2019 is officially winding down. As this year draws to a close, companies everywhere are working to get prepared for 2020 by allocating budgets, hiring for services, and closing out deals. It’s important to get these things taken care of, but what about the marketing strategy? A marketing strategy is a plan of action designed to outline your goals and promote your company. Without a marketing strategy in place at the beginning of 2020, it will be much harder to efficiently and effectively accomplish anything in the new year. Below, we have a few things that should be included in your marketing strategy for 2020.
Influencer marketing is when brands partner with key influencers to increase their brand awareness in specific target audiences by utilizing their platform of influence such as Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, LinkedIn, Snapchat, Instagram, TikTok or their blog.
A marketing strategy is crucial for the health and strength of your business, but you need certain elements in place to track how effectively it’s working for you. Key performance indicators (KPI) measure exactly what’s working and what’s not working in your marketing efforts. There are numerous key performance indicators to consider when building a marketing strategy, and you will need to decide what works best for you. Below, we have four KPIs you should consider when building your marketing strategy.
In 2019, it is becoming harder and harder to stay relevant and competitive in any industry. There are so many companies and products available, and they are all doing great things. You need to be able to set yourself apart from the rest of the pack to survive. Search engine optimization is a great strategy to not only maximize the visits to your website, but it can also keep your efforts relevant and competitive in a saturated market.
There are few things in life that are a certainly, and even fewer in business. As we navigate through the years of owning businesses or being key stakeholders in a business’ outcomes, we become less and less effective. Not because of our knowledge, but the ever changing dynamics that come with it.