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04 04 2016

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04 04 2016

Benefits of a small business marketing campaign

Obtaining a working capital loan to fund your small business marketing campaign has lot of benefits. While most small business owners might only focus on the goal of making more money, there are other tangible advantages to simply increasing profit margins. From learning about your industry to gaining better insight on what drives your customers, small businesses can truly benefit from a solid marketing campaign.

Having a clear path
A solid marketing strategy involves more than simply adspace or writing a blog once a week. This task should include setting specific milestones that are attainable for the company. Each enterprise will ultimately need its own path, based on the unique needs of whatever industry it operates within. Although each one might be different, they will all have the same general outlay, such as a set of goals like lead generation and conversion, or a set number of inbound traffic hits on your website.

With a path that you can share with every employee, it ensures all staff members remain on the same page in terms of daily practices, current goals and branding techniques. Without a path, no one stays on message and different employees can give conflicting marketing messages to clients, customers or peers.

Further, having a plan in place ensures that your goals are measurable and that you have a means to gauge the success of a particular strategy, the Houston Chronicle reported. Not having a reliable metric in place, you can end up just throwing money down the drain.

Increasing customer base
A successful marketing strategy will ultimately increase your company’s customer base. Attracting more customers and having more individuals vouch for your business builds your reputation as a reliable organization that will bring more people into the fold. This brings increased brand recognition and loyalty, Forbes contributor Jayson DeMers noted.

This works in an exponential fashion too. The more customers you can make aware of your company, the greater the chance that they’ll tell your friends and family, who will then tell their peers and cohorts, and before you know it, your marketing campaign has gone around the world. Or that’s the goal, at least.

Boosting profits
Perhaps the overriding goal of every marketing campaign is to ultimately boost profits at your small business. Most people don’t even need to be convinced about this benefit, since it’s usually the main reason they’re in the business in the first place. While bringing more money into the company is always a benefit, it’s important that this new revenue is properly allocated.

However, it always helps to understand where this money is coming from and what you can use it on. That first big revenue spike following a successful marketing campaign might make it enticing to use the money on something splashy and luxurious, but it’s best to reinvest that money right back into the company.

Visualizing the big picture
A solid marketing plan not only brings in more customers, who in turn spend more money at your small business, but it also helps you visualize the big picture. No matter how much or how little you spend on your marketing campaign, it should always include a significant amount of research. This gives you better insight into who you should target as potential customers as well as your major competitors and current industry trends. With all of this vital information at your disposal, you’ll be in a much better position to fully visualize the big picture and where your business fits into this landscape. This makes your company more flexible, giving you the ability to respond and pivot to shifting industry trends, ensuring your company remains competitive in your market.


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