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marketing strategies for a small business

nikhiljoseph

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Find who is your real competition? Analysis how you are different from the competitors?
Set advanced strategy for marketing. Develop your business with advanced technology use software for your business. Select a software which is easy to use and at affordable cost.
 

Joe

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Find who is your real competition? Analysis how you are different from the competitors?
Set advanced strategy for marketing. Develop your business with advanced technology use software for your business. Select a software which is easy to use and at affordable cost.
That's always a good idea nikhiljoseph - finding out how you are different from the competitors. In case you aren't familiar with the concept Gudsubone, we call it the Unique Selling Proposition (or USP). Once you find that advertise it strongly to all your potentially customers. It tells them why they should buy for you rather then anyone else in your niche.

I do have one question nikhiljoseph. Could you explain a little more about what you mean by advanced technology use software? Are you talking software to build websites, to design websites, for purposes of SEO, placing advertising messages, etc.? You have me a bit confused there.
 

RyanKempe

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Considering when are in the content marketing forum, I would recommend implementing the "Skyscraper Method".
Google it. There are plenty of great case studies of people generating good volumes of traffic to their sites.

There are also plenty of good case studies to read on GrowthHackers spot com
just search for Growth Hackers case studies
 
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Joe

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Considering when are in the content marketing forum, I would recommend implementing the "Skyscraper Method".
Google it. There are plenty of great case studies of people generating good volumes of traffic to their sites.

There are also plenty of good case studies to read on GrowthHackers spot com
just search for Growth Hackers case studies

Good stuff there Ryan.
 

James91

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  1. Who is your narrowly defined target customer?
  2. In which category does your business exist?
  3. What is your unique benefit?
  4. Who is your real competition?
  5. How are you clearly different from your competitors?
 

Joe

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  1. Who is your narrowly defined target customer?
  2. In which category does your business exist?
  3. What is your unique benefit?
  4. Who is your real competition?
  5. How are you clearly different from your competitors?
Good points.

1. You want to know your ideal customer well enough that you can have an intelligent conversation with her/him.
2. You must know in detail what your business does so you can speak to your offered benefits in ways your customer understands exactly how you can help.
3. Follows with #2.
4. Study your competition to know what's working, and what isn't working, for them. Improve on what works, avoid what doesn't.
5. Create your Unique Selling Proposition (USP). What makes you the only choice that makes sense for the customer to buy from you, and no one else.

When you figure this out, and successfully gear your marketing techniques toward it, you'll have successful marketing programs.