5 Ways To Improve Your Marketing Results

If there is one thing that all businesses are striving towards, it is to improve their marketing campaign. Nowadays, the way you market your business can make or break you! You may have an incredible product or a standout service, but if no one knows about it or connects with your brand, what’s the point? Here are five ways you can boost your marketing results:

Analyse Data

One of the main reasons why marketing campaigns do not work is because businesses are forging them without basing them on any real research or data. It is important to get to know your customer base if you are going to be able to appeal to them. You need to identify problem areas before you can rectify non-productive marketing efforts. If you are spending money on a marketing campaign then at least make sure it is useful. You don’t want your audience to be searching for answers all the way through.Use analytical tools to determine what is working and what isn’t working, and to find out what your customers’ are after.

Be More Active On Twitter

Social media is a great way for you to build up your brand image and connect with your customers. It allows customers to get closer to your business and makes sure it isn’t always serious. However, many businesses are not using social media to full effect. With the likes of Twitter, it is important to post on a regular basis. Once a day really isn’t enough. And, the majority of your tweets should not be promotional. Pushing products and services heavily on Twitter rarely works. Instead try using a word of the day or an image you have found useful or funny. Keeping it light and fun will keep your audience interested and keep you interested too!

Search Engine Optimisation

SEO is something that simply cannot be ignored in the current day and age. If your search engine optimisation strategy is not on point, there is no way you are going to get the results you hope for. After all, people very rarely go past the first result page on Google and other search engines. SEO needs to be considered with every move you make online, from your website, to your videos, to the content you post, whether on your own blog or elsewhere. However, remember to incorporate SEO naturally. Stuffing your content with keywords will only result in your website being demoted further down on the result pages.

Be Consistent

You need to make sure that you are always consistent in your marketing efforts. Too many business owners try so many different things, and it makes their message confusing. They post consistently on social media and then go missing, for example. Don’t give up on something because you haven’t seen results within a day or so. And, make sure your brand is consistent throughout, otherwise you are simply going to confuse your customers and they won’t feel like they know what your business is about.

Video Marketing

There is only really one place to begin your marketing campaign, and this is with video marketing. Creating a video that is engaging and easy to follow is a great way to get people to connect to your business. People are hungry for information and they want it fast. Instead of reading a long article, they would rather spend two to three minutes watching a video. Videos can also help you to maximise your online exposure, as websites such as YouTube and Vimeo get millions of hits per day, and you can easily share videos on your social networking platforms such as Facebook and Twitter. Videos can also be used to provoke emotional responses, heightening their effectiveness.

If you take note of the five points that have been discussed above, you will undoubtedly notice improvements to your marketing campaign. And, these improvements will result in more brand familiarity and ultimately more profit.

Article provided by Brickhouse



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