By now, you probably know that we’ve all been guilty of the “how to create a strategic marketing plan” thing.
If you’ve been paying attention, however, you may have heard that the phrase “the art of marketing” was coined in the 1980s.
For those of you who have been paying close attention, you’ve probably heard this phrase from someone who is a marketing major or who has attended a marketing school: “The art of the marketing plan is the process of creating a strategic plan, which includes everything from the basics to the details.”
“The art” is an apt phrase for what the “art of marketing,” as it’s called, is all about: building a plan to accomplish a goal, as opposed to a one-size-fits-all strategy, which can be counterproductive for a range of reasons, including failure, and often leads to disappointment.
This is one of those times when I wanted to share with you a step-by-step plan to create one.
It’s not the easiest plan, and it’s certainly not the most effective.
But it’s a step that will, I believe, help you achieve a more effective, profitable, and enjoyable marketing campaign.
Set a Goal I’ve always loved the concept of setting goals.
In fact, I’ll say it again: goal setting is an integral part of marketing.
So if you’re like most of us, you’re familiar with the concept.
You know it’s important to set goals and, in general, you like to set them in advance.
The thing is, you might be thinking, “But I don’t want to set a goal that I won’t be able to meet, or fail to meet.
I want to achieve something.”
So why not set a target?
If you’re a regular blogger, you’ll probably have already started thinking about this.
If not, I want you to think about this for a minute.
Setting goals is a great way to set some of your personal goals for yourself.
You’ll notice that I’ve listed my personal goals here as well.
I’m not the only one who likes to set personal goals.
And in fact, if you don’t set goals, then you’ll inevitably miss out on all of the rewards that come from creating goals and being accountable for them.
Set a Goal, Not a Plan I’ve already mentioned that goal setting should not be your main goal.
That’s not to say that you shouldn’t set a personal goal.
It can be a great thing to do if you want to reach some of the things I’ve mentioned.
But you shouldn’ be setting a goal for yourself, and then then just following it.
Instead, I’d suggest setting a general goal.
This can be as simple as “I want to be a better writer” or as complex as “Writing will make me happier.”
Whatever the goal, I think it helps to set an achievable goal that you’ll meet.
In this article, I’m going to focus on a simpler and more achievable goal: 1) Write at least 5 articles a week.
2) Write a book.
3) Make an app for reading books.
4) Make a video for watching videos.
5) Write for YouTube.
6) Start a podcast.
7) Write about any of these things.
This is the goal you should have at the beginning of your campaign.
Then, once you have that goal, you can create an effective marketing plan to achieve it. 1.
Find a Goal for Yourself That You Like To Achieve Now that you’ve got the goal set, it’s time to find a goal.
I know you’re thinking, I can’t possibly meet this goal.
But that’s exactly the problem.
There’s no point in setting a specific goal when you’re trying to achieve a certain goal.
And it’s also important to remember that setting a target for yourself is a bit more difficult than setting a generic goal, since there’s no specific goal.
But, for the purposes of this article I’m just going to assume that you already have a target.
That means you can set a number.
For example, you could set a 3-day goal of writing 5 articles every day.
Or, you have a 5-day plan for writing 5,000 words every day, and a 7-day one for writing 6,000.
As long as you meet your goals, your plan should be pretty close to what you want.
So let’s get started.
First, you should decide what you’re going to achieve with your goals.
I recommend setting a five-day “goal” for yourself and writing a few articles a day.
This will give you an idea of what you need to accomplish to meet that goal.
You can use this as a baseline, but you can also go for 10