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Oct. 02.

Creating a Marketing Strategy.

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Creating a Marketing Strategy!

Without one, efforts to attract customers are likely to be inefficient, or haphazard.

The focus of your strategy should be making sure your products and services meet customer needs and developing long-term and profitable relationships with those customers. So you will need to create a flexible strategy that can respond to the changes in your customer demands  and perceptions. Also strategizing can help you identify whole new markets that you can successfully target.

Once created and implemented, your strategy, monitor its effectiveness and make adjustments to maintain its success.

The purpose of your marketing strategy should be to identify  and then communicate the benefits of your business and what it’s offering to your target market.

This helps you identify which customers to focus on and what your key objectives are in reaching them. It helps and  explains what to include in your marketing strategy and how it can be used as the basis for effective action.

This is why developing a marketing strategy is so vital for your business or any business as far as that matters.


The acknowledgment that existing and potential customers fall into groups or segments, characterized by their “needs“. Identify these groups and their needs through market research, and then addressing them better than your competitors, should be the focus of your strategy.

Then create a marketing strategy that makes the most of your strengths and matches their needs as customers you want to target. For example, if a particular group of customers is looking for quality (first and foremost), then any marketing activity aimed at them should draw their attention to the high-quality service you provide.

Once this has been achieved, decide on the best marketing activity that ensures your target market that you’re  offering the BEST products or services, and why they meet their needs.

This can be achieved through various forms of advertising, public relations initiatives, Internet activity or by creating an effective “point of sale” strategy if you rely on others to sell your products. Limit your activities and efforts to those methodologies that work best, so as to avoid spreading your budget too thin.


A key element often overlooked is that of monitoring and evaluating how effective your strategy has been. This control element not only helps you see how the strategy is performing in practice, but it can also help to inform you of your future marketing strategies. A simple suggestion is to ask each new customer how they heard about your business.

Once you have decided on your marketing strategy, draw up a marketing plan to how you plan to execute and evaluate the success of that strategy. The plan should be constantly reviewed so you can respond and adjust quickly to changes in customer needs and attitudes in your industry, and in the broader economic climate.

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By George Gould Jr | Posted in Marketing | Both comments and trackbacks are currently closed.

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      thanks for your comment here on .
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