A marketing strategy is a combination of all the actions that connect the products and services a business offers to clients or potential clients. Marketing is a major determinant of sales. Little wonder why firms make high capital investments in their marketing strategies.

The goal of any marketing activity is to generate more leads and revenues. The right marketing strategy should inspire the curiosity of the target audience. Although marketing involves a lot of technology and innovation, some basic truths guide the development of an effective marketing strategy. Tips for creating an effective marketing strategy are highlighted below.

# Highlight the goals of a marketing campaign

Organizations carry out several marketing campaigns. Some to introduce a product, others to improve revenue generation. More often, organizations run several marketing campaigns simultaneously. It is easy to say a marketing campaign is aimed at improving general sales. Outlining the targeted percentage increase or the numbers of new accounts is a more effective way of designing a marketing strategy.

In highlighting the goal of a marketing campaign, the budget for the campaign should also be specified. This streamlines the purpose of the campaign.

 

# Focus on the clients

A marketing campaign is all about the clients, and that should be the idea behind the creation of a marketing strategy. In the development of a marketing campaign, all questions a potential client is likely to ask before about a product should be answered.

Questions based on the personas of the target audience should be created and answered from every angle. A marketing campaign that answers all clients’ questions and presents a product or service in its best light will convince a potential client about the product or service.

 

# Highlight the strong points of the product or service

An effective marketing campaign presents products in a way that attracts clients. Before deciding on a product, a prospective buyer is usually interested in knowing the benefits of the products.

These benefits should include how the product or service is better than similar products and services. A marketing campaign should also highlight the culture of a firm. Customers love to hear about the terms of conditions attached to a product as well as the features of the product.

In conclusion, the marketing team of an organization is tasked with finding out who makes up the target audience, what they want, and how the product or service will benefit them. The information gotten is then used to create an appealing and engaging marketing campaign.

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Nicholas is a social entrepreneur, passionate marketeer, career + life coach, consultant, speaker, and community builder. He does this through 1-on-1 coaching, non-profit and businesses consulting, and on a larger scale as Co-founder + Managing Director of CFM Group. He is an internationally recognized strategist, coach, speaker and in the process of writing his 1st book. Possessing over 13 years’ experience in helping clients realise their potential through clarifying their vision, message and market to design the strategies and roadmaps needed to succeed. Utilising this extensive background in strategic planning, pitch and message design, marketing and communications, executive and speaker coaching was his pathway to founding www.CFMGroup.co.uk. His knowlegde was fundamental in building the company with an investment capital of £1 and a large social impact community and professional development hub in Cambridge, UK. Feel free to comment on any of our articles that interests you or message our CEO directly at Nick@CFMGroup.co.uk ! We hope you enjoy our blog ! ———————————— Fellow Member of the Institute of Sales and Marketing Management (ISMM) Master of Arts in Marketing and Innovation. BA Hons in Business Management BA Hons in Business Economics Cambridge University & Michigan University English Proficiency degree —————- Former Trustee and Marketing Director for Emmaus, a nationwide charity.

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