Once you have these basics down for your marketing campaign launch, you can use them over and over again.

Part 2 – Put an effective sales offer to work

To develop an effective sales plan, you need to:

  • Put together a headline that gets immediate attention.
  • Share the benefits of your products/services speaking from the customers’ perspective.
  • Identify the specific needs met by your products/services.
  • Make it easy to do business with you by offer guarantees.
  • Share your specific sales proposition.
  • Walk your customers/clients through how they should respond and act.
  • Motivate with a call to action.

What this all means is, you need to put together what makes your products/services special and compel customers to buy.

If they don’t feel like they NEED your product, they won’t buy. You need to answer a question, solve a problem or feed an obsession.

You need to provide them with all the information they need to make an informed and confident decision. NEXT!

Avoid the marketing pitfalls

There are 5 major marketing campaign pitfalls many businesses fall into and you should avoid:

  • Ignore market testing and push on with an inaccurate plan.
  • Offer an incomplete case, or reasons, throughout their marketing plan.
  • Failure to notice the needs of their prospective customers/clients.
  • Fail to diversify their marketing options.
  • Unable to get market opinions on their offers.

These are all areas to avoid. If you’ve been working through these lessons, avoiding these pitfalls should be easy and natural.

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