Complete Guide to Writing Marketing Plans – Stone River eLearning
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In this course you will learn to write a good and complete marketing plan for your business. Many people simply start their companies with marketing as an afterthought, only to quickly discover that marketing is one of the most important parts of their entire business.
Without a good marketing strategy, you won’t be able to get clients, and without clients there won’t be a real business. So you must take your company’s promotion very seriously.
In this course I teach you how to organize your ideas, and create a good plan of action for promoting your business before starting your company so that you can plan ahead, and have time to research which strategies will actually work for your business to get clients.
Stop wasting time randomly posting on Facebook and Twitter, and stop struggling with business cards or by passing out flyers. In this course you will learn how to write a professional marketing plan, and create the foundation for growth and success.
Note: In this marketing course I share my own marketing plans and walk you through different avenues of marketing including my own strategies as an example. This is strictly for educational purposes and not for promotional purposes.
What kinds of businesses be promoted with the strategies in this marketing plan course?
With the strategies and outlines in this marketing plan course, you can promote a wide variety of businesses. Some of the kinds of businesses you can promote are a restaurant or diner, coffee shop, barbershop, nightclub, local event, business selling t-shirts, most kinds of stores ranging from boutiques to grocery stores to jewlery shops, animal care or grooming, lawn care or landscaping businesses, moving businesses, gym, frozen yogurt or ice cream shop, a deli, liquor store or a sandwich shop, a a beauty salon or a hair salon, a spa, a daycare business, a hardware store, commercial cleaning or residential cleaning, car wash, general contractor business, dog walking or pet sitting, martial arts studio, or a dance studio.
Who is the target audience?
This course is for people planning a business
Small business owners struggling with marketing