Monday, December 21, 2009

Let us help make 2010 great

M.A.P. Your 2010 Plan for Success!

Now that you are to the end of 2009 it is time to look ahead to how you are going to maximize the success you had in 2010.

To help make the correct decisions on how to expand your success in 2010 you should consider the following:

· Identify your growth areas
o Where did you succeed?
o Where were your profit centers?
o How can you maximize your profitability in these areas?

· Cut out the deadwood
o Where were you not able to grow?
o Why? Can the reason be changed?
o If so, how if not, why?

· Get lean in your operations
o Where can you trim expenses?
o Focus on cost reductions
o Eliminate unprofitable products and services
o Evaluate price structures for profitability

· Produce products for your demographics
o Study you actual demographic
o Understand their buying habits
§ Don’t sell above your client’s reach
§ Don’t sell below their expectations

· Understand the new economy
o As with any economic change the market has also changed
o How has the new economy affected your clients thinking
o Create a plan to address the changes

We can help you find the answers to all of the above. We have put together our brand new
Marketing Adjustment Program

Here is what we are offering.
· A resource CD containing a series of worksheets and evaluation forms to help you with the assessment process.
· Instructions on how to utilize the resource CD
· Three hours of consulting time with us to review and help you lay out an action plan for addressing your findings.
· A written assessment of our evaluation and recommendations.
· Review of final plan.

All of this for just $350* Regular value of this plan $695

Bonus—Order this package before December 24 and we will include a copy of our Market Planning Calendar and Workbook CD free. A $119 value
May not be combined with previous contracts or other offers or discount coupons.


Robate said...

Small business

1) Often we forget the little guy, the SMB, in our discussions of the comings and goings of the Internet marketing industry. Sure there are times like this when a report surfaces talking about their issues and concerns but, for the most part, we like to talk about big brands and how they do the Internet marketing thing well or not so well……..

Robate said...

Small business
4) Small Business owners are largely forgotten. Thats why I only focus on them. I have experience several members of my family file bankruptcy due to small business failures. I also I suffered through 2 destroyed businesses due to failure however, in my failings I have learned some of the secrets to success. (Who can say they know it all?)
What I like about small business owners is that they are not afraid to take huge risks and lay it all on the line. But, I agree they do need a lot of help with their marketing. I think having them go the social media and email route is not only the least expensive but its also the most effective. Thanks for the stats!

Robate said...

Small business

2) The Center for Media Research has released a study by Vertical Response that shows just where many of these ‘Main Street’ players are going with their online dollars. The big winners: e-mail and social media. With only 3.8% of small business folks NOT planning on using e-mail marketing and with social media carrying the perception of being free (which they so rudely discover it is far from free) this should make some in the banner and search crowd a little wary……….