9 times out of 10 when asked “what marketing is supposed to do for you?” most people answer, increase sales.
But what will it take for you to increase sales through marketing?
Remember that winners and losers have the same goals.
Goals are not what differentiate the winners from the losers. Is your and your team’s marketing habits. However, having goals to measure your marketing efforts will help you define success.
Marketing questions to focus on
- What marketing is supposed to do for you?
- What social media posts, what videos will help you achieve your marketing goal?
- How can I organize these ideas in some logical order like from a beginner to an expert?
- Where are you going to post?
What marketing is supposed to do for you, specifically?
- Increase the number of people visiting my website
- Adding 10 people per day to my email newsletter
- Increase my Facebook reach by 10%
- More likes?
- Increase brand awareness?
- Increase engagement (Likes, comments, and shares)
- Leads from social media?
- Increase revenue from social media?
Then focus on sharing posts that help you achieve your marketing goal, where your ideal customers hang online while providing value to your ideal customer.
If you can’t answer the following question clearly, you will be making a lot of uncoordinated marketing efforts. Your marketing will be an expense instead of a profit-generating activity.
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Focus on these 4 marketing questions, don’t deviate from your plan for the next 2 weeks, and you should start seeing better marketing results.
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