When I ask the question “Will You Find Your Next Client — or Will They Find You?”, it is a direct challenge to business owners to define an inbound marketing strategy, a combination search, social media and content marketing, to attract a clearly defined audience who are ready to buy. Content marketing is the foundation for a successful inbound strategy for without content there is nothing to optimize and nothing to share on social sites.
“The Marketing Strategy curriculum helped me to connect the dots between disciplines of Marketing, Sales, Revenue. It clearly defined the integration and allowed me information to articulate to different levels in the organization strategies and ideas. The course also went beyond my expectations in talking about the long term value of a client and even including social media. It was definitely worth the time. As in any course, you will get out of it what you put into it.”
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At the end of the course, you'll also complete 1 capstone project - where you define a new marketing strategy for an established company or product to showcase your ability to extend frameworks of thinking to complex marketing challenges. That can be pitching a proposal to a target company, running a paid advertising campaign for a Google supported nonprofit, or executing on a marketing campaign for your own business.
Marketing professionals rely on clearly defined goals to determine the course of action when placing a product in the market. Leveraging research to learn more about your target audience is the main subject of this third online course in the Marketing Strategy certificate program. In this course you will learn how to be an intelligent consumer of information when it comes to marketing research and analysis, so you can become a more effective decision maker. You will first look at marketing research, including the purpose and goals of research, how to balance the ideal with reality in doing research, and how to apply the six stages of research to a marketing situation.
P.S. If you don’t blog on your business page already, we highly recommend you do so. The more content on your site the better. Useful/relevant content on your site will drive more traffic- hence more leads. Blogging is a great idea for anyone trying to appeal to new or returning customers. For more information about blogging and where to start, check out our blogs 🙂
Understand that whatever you're going to do, you'll need traffic. If you don't have any money at the outset, your hands will be tied no matter what anyone tells you. The truth is that you need to drive traffic to your offers if you want them to convert. These are what we call landing pages or squeeze pages. This is where you're coming into contact with the customers, either for the first time or after they get to know you a little bit better.