- Q1: What are some of your 2018 marketing goals?
- — Louis Gudema (@LouisGudema)Mon, Oct 16 2017 18:13:06A1 I've seen a real uptick in leads over past 12 months, I want to continue that and experiment w which channels work best #BizapaloozaChat
- — StrategyStew (@strategystew)Mon, Oct 16 2017 18:14:00A1 I work on my website, and publishing strategy, in 2018 I’ll revive my blog and I’ll start a vlog as well. #BizapaloozaChat
- — Hirsch Gift (@HirschGift)Mon, Oct 16 2017 18:14:38A1: More accurately track our ROI so that we're making better educated guesses on where to place those marketing dollars. #bizapaloozachat
- — Dr. Dorrie Cooper (@sittingpretty61)Mon, Oct 16 2017 18:14:54A1. I want to establish a customer service training model and resolution service for smb that r struggling with the CS. #BizapaloozaChat
- Q2: What is it that gets in the way of achieving your marketing goals?
- — SmallBizOpinions (@SmallBizOpinion)Mon, Oct 16 2017 18:18:01A2) Finding the right information for my business, in the see of so many tips, and insight. #BizapaloozaChat
- — Bizapalooza (@Bizapalooza)Mon, Oct 16 2017 18:17:01A2- I’m always against time and constant changes in the industry - I have feeling that I’m always chasing something. #BizapaloozaChat
- — Andrea Villeneuve (@DreaVilleneuve)Mon, Oct 16 2017 18:21:28A2: Prepping for a new launch is time consuming - cleaning up other jobs for more free time is the goal. #BizapaloozaChat https://twitter.com/Bizapalooza/status/919990077132099584 …
- — Jessica Dewell (@jess_dewell)Mon, Oct 16 2017 18:18:13
- Q3: When we think of opportunities how can business balance between short-term needs and long-term goals?
- — Dr. Dorrie Cooper (@sittingpretty61)Mon, Oct 16 2017 18:22:38A3. I think the word sustainability comes to mind to ask yourself is this in conflict or supportive of my actionable goals. #BizapaloozaChat
- — Ivana Taylor (@DIYMarketers)Mon, Oct 16 2017 18:21:01A3: I believe you must use long-term goals as foundation and then use short term objectives to achieve goals. #BizapaloozaChat
- — Andrea Villeneuve (@DreaVilleneuve)Mon, Oct 16 2017 18:25:38A3: Always plan for the end goal. You don't want short term needs defining decisions. Make sure every step fits. #BizapaloozaChat https://twitter.com/Bizapalooza/status/919991330784264192 …
- Q4:What’s the relationship between marketing goals and marketing opportunities?
- — StrategyStew (@strategystew)Mon, Oct 16 2017 18:29:01A4 As long as there’s a strategy behind the actions, we can still keep our goals and create more with new opportunities. #BizapaloozaChat
- — Andrea Villeneuve (@DreaVilleneuve)Mon, Oct 16 2017 18:29:18A4: Marketing opportunities are numerous and across many channels; whichever you choose must fit your marketing goals #BizapaloozaChat https://twitter.com/Bizapalooza/status/919992591868932096 …
- Q5: How would you go about prioritizing your marketing opportunities?
- — Dr. Dorrie Cooper (@sittingpretty61)Mon, Oct 16 2017 18:32:35A5. I look at calendar of content, customer goals and then measure the organic reach that I have across channels & acts #BizapaloozaChat
- — Louis Gudema (@LouisGudema)Mon, Oct 16 2017 18:32:04
- — StrategyStew (@strategystew)Mon, Oct 16 2017 18:34:00A5 I’m not very good at that, I have a fear that I’ll miss something, so I just take what comes to me. #BizapaloozaChat
How to Set Marketing Goals, Prioritize Opportunities and Eliminate Confusion
Every marketing plan starts with setting your marketing goals. But prioritizing marketing opportunities has gotten more confusing than ever. Follow this helpful system to keep your marketing priorities straight and achieve your marketing goals.
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