One of the most common laments we hear from our clients is “There are so many options, what should I choose, what’s going to work best for me???”.
It seems like there’s a new social media “latest and greatest” thing popping up every second week, the value of print advertising is plummeting, there’s a new loyalty card being pressed into your hand at every turn, Google, Facebook and Linked In all offer advertising….. Even if you have made managed to make a choice that you feel will work for your business, you then need to track down a supplier to help you bring your idea to life – who do you choose?
- Shall I blog?
- Shall I tweet?
- Should we be on facebook?
- Will direct mail work for me?
- Are sales promotions viable?
- How can I get my website to generate more enquiries?
- What about promotional products?
- There’s a trade show coming up – should we be there?
- They contacted me about advertising – it seems expensive….but….
No wonder overwhelm and uncertainty are two words that we hear so often!
Let’s narrow down your choices right from the start in a simple and systematic three step process.
Firstly, what are you looking to achieve? What is your goal?
Secondly, who are you seeking to engage?
Thirdly, where are we likely to find these clients? Where are their watering holes?
Fourthly, what do you want to say? It is compelling and engaging?
Once we have the answers to these key marketing questions, we can help you to select and develop the specific marketing tools that will best meet your needs and objectives.
Let us know what you’d like to achieve by calling 1300 998 558 or completing our online brief – you can also read more about the ins and outs of several of the tools we can help to develop in the menu above.
There are several marketing tools that are essential
The basic marketing building blocks need to be in place for all businesses – things like a strong brand, a clear customer value proposition, a great website, a customer service philosophy and pricing structure etc….
So we’ll check with you that the essential tools are in place before we then work together to select, develop and implement the balance of marketing tools that are “the icing on the cake” for your business – the ones that add real strength to your marketing strategy.
Talk to us about evaluating the options and making the marketing choices for your business that will help you reach the right targets, within your budget.