Imagine you walk into a busy train station carrying a small stool during the morning rush hour and wearing a T-shirt with your business name on the front and a list of your products and services on the back. You stop in the middle of the rotunda, place the stool on the floor, stand on it and hold up a brochure about your business's product or service. The number of people that are going to come up and talk to you is pretty much zero.
Topics: avatar, target marketing, eLaunchers Traffic System
As a dental practitioner, do you know who the ideal patient is for your dental practice? Without knowing this personally, it is hard for your marketing agency to choose the perfect marketing solution to drive the growth of your practice. Let’s look at defining target markets so you can choose your niche.
Topics: Business Growth, avatar
Most businesses fail to create an image of their ideal client - an "avatar" that gives them a crystal-clear picture of "who" they are marketing to. As a result, the marketing
Topics: avatar, ideal customer
Creating and implementing a marketing campaign is not an easy task for a small/medium business. (It is often just as hard for multi-million-dollar companies with many marketing professionals on payroll.) The good news is that everyone is IN THE SAME BOAT!
That said, here is a good place for anyone to start.
Topics: Marketing education, avatar, target marketing
Are you planning to use email campaigns to communicate with your prospects or clients? Here are some quick tips to help you get the best results.
Topics: Marketing education, avatar, email marketing
From the trout pout and duck lips to butt lifts gone wrong and cleft palates, cosmetic and reconstructive surgery are tight markets. And, it's not that easy to carve out (pun intended) a defined market position. When one considers the nature of their work, it can occasionally come out less than perfect. It is estimated that less than 1% of all procedures have difficulties; 25,000 last year. Butt let's face it, nothing is perfect and when things go sideways with a person's physical body, it's extremely noticeable, and makes the news quickly.
So, cosmetic and reconstructive surgeons don't have it as easy as the television shows and public perspective might reflect.
Topics: ideal patient, identify your who, avatar, target marketing, ideal customer, identify your why