To write a marketing plan that's
right for your professional practice means being
savvy and strategic.
And being strategic means to create
a marketing plan that helps you grow without the "growing
pains" of unpredictable, haphazard, and random
The Five Characteristics The Best
Marketing Plans Have In Common
To write a marketing plan that won't
let you down, be certain you:
1. Capitalize on...
- your resources and assets,
- your clients' and desired prospects'
problems, frustrations, and desires, and
- your differentiation
from everyone else in your field, whether you
are a consultant, a coach, a trainer, a financial
advisor, a real estate professional, or an independent
service provider in another field.
2. Put the right tools in place
to allay your prospects' uncertainty, doubt,
3. Call on a simple system
to test small before investing big bucks when you
write a marketing plan so that you'll avoid making
a major marketing mistake...ever.
4. Produce an effective action
guide that leads you day by day and week by
week through the actions that get your desired outcomes.
You won't squander your time on busy work, deadends,
and non-productive detours.
5. Write a marketing plan
that leads to specific, measurable, improvable results.
You won't waste your resources on vague promises
or ill-defined outcomes. You'll know the exact results
you are achieving and where you can improve.
7 Simple Steps To Writing A Marketing
For Your Professional Practice
Marketing Plan Step 1 - State Your Desired
This is your specific purpose for your plan . .
Marketing Plan Step 2 - Understand Your Target
Identify your ideal prospects and paint a detailed
portrait of their needs and desires.
Marketing Plan Step 3 - Place Your Practice
In A Category Of One
A vital part of this step is to understand and
build on your strengths. Consider that one of your
strengths could be a passion for one phase of your
Marketing Plan Step 4 - Add Every Ounce Of
Proof You Have
Collect testimonials, develop case studies, capitalize
on your credentials, mention published articles,
don't let appearances on TV go unnoticed, etc.
Marketing Plan Step 5 - Choose Your Marketing
Generate a list of possible marketing methods and
select priorities. Steps 1 through 4 will guide
you to the marketing tools that will be most profitable
for your special professional practice.
Marketing Plan Step 6 - Generate A Marketing
This is where you place the nitty-gritty details
of exactly how the plan will be accomplished and
who will do it.
Marketing Plan Step 7 - Assess Your Results
Track where each prospect came from, note which
ones became clients. That's how you measure how
well each marketing tool is performing.
What You Gain When You Write
A Marketing Plan That's Smart
After all, marketing plans are only
as good as the strategies and marketing ideas you
put into them. And to write a marketing plan that's
smart and strategic means you will have a reliable
guide that takes you straight toward your desired
You will be able to:
- zero in on the right prospects
- enter a new market profitably,
- attract qualified leads,
- gain a competitive edge...consistently,
- improve your cash flow.
To do it yourself use the 7 Steps we've given
you. Or you can . . .
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