Marketing Plan“Nothing happens until something is sold”. To grow your business you need to increase sales which will lead to more profits.

Like it or not, selling is the process of getting goods and services into the hands of consumers in return for money. It’s what the world economy is built on.

To be able to sell something, it has to be produced and this means someone needs to be employed to produce it. For the buyer to have money, they need to have a ‘job’ that produces and sells something so money is created to provide their income.

Business Marketing plan is the process of bringing together potential customers or prospects and certain products or services so an agreement to transact can be reached.

Effective Marketing plan is critical to the success of any business. If your marketing is ineffective, potential buyers may never find out about the products or services you offer that they need or want which will probably mean a sale is never made.

There are alarming statistics around how long businesses stay in operation. Some say as many as 80% won’t be around after the first year and many more won’t survive beyond 5 years. Learn to promote your Marketing plan and you are well on the way to not being one of these failures.

Despite this, most people launch into their dream business with little or no planning, and with no real idea of what can happen to them because they don’t properly plan.  Even if many business owners consider the ‘normal’ planning issues, like a business plan, most never even consider how they will get their product or service to be noticed in the market place in a way that people will stop and take notice and actually want to buy. Very few people take the time to develop a business marketing plan that will help ensure their survival, which is a real shame.

To be successful in today’s changed new world economy; business needs to do many things right and probably differently to everyone else. You need to answer the question in every prospects mind:

“WHY should I do business with YOU, compared to all your competitors out there?”