Planning and launching a successful marketing campaign can be quite the daunting challenge! These 7 steps will help you create the most effective campaign possible, while avoiding pitfalls along the way.
Step #1 - Begin with the end in mind
Identify your goals
Analyse your business
Step #2 - Set your time-frame
What is your best case and worst case scenario?
Don’t lock yourself into unreasonable time frames that will reduce your success because you rush
Step #3 - Identify your milestones
How will you define success?
Step #4 - Plan your budget
What should you spend?
What is your competition doing?
Will your budget get you where you’re going?
Step #5 - Choose your channels
What channels should you appear on?
Where are your customers?
What platforms do you need?
Step #6 - Execute your plan
Step #7 - Optimize your results
Use data and analytics to optimize your campaigns for the best results
Following these 7 steps will help you create your best chance of launching a successful campaign right out of the gate.
What are your favorite marketing planning tips? Feel free to leave them below!
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Hi, Ismat! Thanks for watching and great question - my first recommendation is spend as much time as possible educating yourself. Not just reading or watching videos but by testing and trying new strategies and ideas. Marketing is equal parts science and alchemy so you've got to take advantage of both "book knowledge" and real experience. Hope that helps!
Just found this channel... quite nice tips here. Not rushing campaigns is one of the best tips from this. It's common to hear from sales or from your boss that we need sales tomorrow. Well, planning is key. Without it you might not achieve the desired results.
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