It’s always good to have a plan
If you are building your business or looking to expand your media presence there are a few points you might want to focus your efforts on.
(So people are aware you exist.)
No plan=No business
Besides identifying what your objectives are, you need to figure out what people want – target your audience– and then define how you are going to deliver.
What will you be doing to reach your goals? how will you measure the effectiveness of what you are doing?
You need to write these things down. That’s when a marketing plan comes in handy.
You want to differentiate yourself— right? you’ve got something that makes you or your business valuable: then make the most out of it. brand it.
Visibility + quality+Value= Trust= Loyalty=Business
- Implementation: Turning Your Business Plan Into A Business (ghazbizin.wordpress.com)
- Business Plan Basics: A Primer for Entrepreneurs (brighthub.com)
- Anatomy of a Business Plan (thinkup.waldenu.edu)