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Long Way to Go

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Longways to go !

 

Virtual Or Social Media Abal #socialabal

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Before sharing on social media we should think, what will be the effect after sharing on public media. Till now we are really irresponsible about this matter. yesterday one young guy beat his friend because of personal silly cause and share it on facebook. And what we do, without doing anything spreading it online. #socialabal

What are the result:

* He is popular in Social Media ( It can be one big reason for making this video )
* Maybe now another guy will attempt the same thing after watching it.
* End result is nothing = After few day we will forget everything. #socialabal

How to write a marketing plan

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Marketing Plan

A customer focused business ethos is a proven method to increase the chances of a sustainable and profitable future. The marketing planning process is at the heart of any truly marketing orientated company, and ensures the customer is at the centre of all key decisions.

The plan is a detailed written document which can be used to promote a single product, of form the annual business strategy. We have split the marketing plan into three steps, which are easy to follow and equally relevant to both small and large businesses.

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Source : Website: http://www.marketing-made-simple.com

Publishing date: January 2015

Author: Jon Gibson

 

Ten essential marketing tips for everyone

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10 marketing tips

1. Understand your customers

Getting to know your customers is the most important stage of marketing process. The more accurate your information and knowledge, the more effective you will be at selling. Use all the information at your disposal to understand customer’s behavior, demographics, and requirements. This information should steer your major business decisions and allow you to write a marketing plan.

2. Observe the marketing environment

Knowing your customer is vital, but there may also be business opportunities which emerge as a result of changing global circumstances. For example, in recession budget brands such as camp sites or cheap food stores tend to flourish as people dial down their annual spending. Emerging technologies may make new products possible, and new legislation may shift consumers behaviors – a good example is the reduction in road tax for low polluting cars. Make sure you regularly ‘scan’ the external environment for opportunities (and threats).

3. Design your product or service around the customer

Once you have a marketing plan in place, you need to make sure your product or service is tailored to your customers – from the packaging to the way it is promoted. Entrepreneurs often fall into the trap of making the product they want to sell, rather than designing and presenting things in the way the customer wants.

4. Ensure you are smooth and efficient

The process of conducting your business is almost as important as the product itself – make sure delivery is quick, returns are dealt with courteously, your staff greet customers with a smile and a cup of coffee. Surprise and delight your customers by going above and beyond the call of duty for them. Word of mouth is a powerful selling tool and this is exactly the way to generate it.

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Source : Website: http://www.marketing-made-simple.com

Publishing date: January 2015

Author: Jon Gibson

 

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