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5 questions you should answer for good marketing

5 questions you should answer for good marketing


5 questions you should answer If you need success in marketing.

  1. Is what I’m selling in demand?
  2. Can I deliver?
  3. How do I reach the right clients?
  4. How much must I spend to achieve it?
  5. Who should I hire for best marketing

  1. Is what I’m selling in demand? –

For success to come to you, you first need the market. Your product must be in demand. You need to find your niche and focus on it. Make enough research that you will know what is in demand or not.

 

  1. Can I deliver? –

Good marketing is worthless if you can’t deliver. I strongly believe that the worst thing that can ever destroy your whole business is failure to deliver.

Make sure you can deliver.

 

  1. How do I reach the right clients? –

You need to know where your clients are found.

It could be that they watch TV? , Or they listen to radio? , Do they read newspapers? Or are they on #facebook, #twitter, #google+

If you are in this age, believe me all your clients can be found on #socialmedia.

  1. How much must I spend to achieve this? –

You need to research and look at all the options their cost implications. And you need to know exactly how much to spend on an Ad campaign be it on #socialmedia or on #traditionalmedia.

 

  1. Who should hire for the best marketing? –

You need to find the best marketing agency that will deliver to your door step, tons of leads.

The best morden media company is here.

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#socialmedia

#facebook

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Social media vs Traditional media

Social media vs Traditional media

Media has really changed in the last decade.

Have you ever thought how news paper used to sell 10 years ago?

Or do you remember how radio used to be our only source of info?

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Have you noticed how you can now reach more people on #facebook #twitter #linked #google+ .

People used to pay tons of money just to reach out to a number of people that you now have to pay 0 cents to reach.

I was speaking to one gentleman earlier this week, I was suggesting to him that traditional media is dead and social media has taken over, The gentleman said he still thinks traditional media is still going strong.

But honestly do you think people will continue chasing 100000 people on radio for a fee of more than R50000 while they can reach more than 1 000 000 for less than a cent? I mean it just doesn’t make sense to me.

I have seen Facebook post that reach more than 1 000 000 people in less than a day. with this i now recommend to all business people to consider social media, This will save a lot of business thousands of Rands

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