An effective campaign strategy requires sub-strategies for specific aspects of campaign implementation: The communications strategy, which outlines key messages, and the channels and tools by which the campaign will communicate with the target audiences.
A specific, defined series of activities used in marketing a new or changed product or service, or in using new marketing channels and methods.
Campaigns are a very important part of your work as a community activist. Campaigns are often the main way that you interact with the clients and get your organisation’s message out to audiences. You can also use campaigns to pressurize decision-makers, to educate the clients and to change the business flow. A marketing campaign isn’t something that comes to you while you’re taking a shower. Well thought-out and focused on details and execution, rather than resting on a single, grand idea. Planning a marketing campaign starts with understanding your position in the marketplace and ends with details such as the wording of an advertisement.
Keep in mind that your plan for a marketing campaign is not supposed to be a prison. You have to leave room to make changes as you go along because no plan can perfectly capture reality. But you should also be able to commit fully to implementing your plan–or some future version of it–if you want to take a strong step toward growth.
Speak at community events. Offering your expertise at public occasions is an easy way to get the word out about your business. You’ll maximize your impact and lend credibility to your product or service.
Ask customers for referrals. Generating referrals from current customers is one of the best ways to market your business. Don’t forget to query your vendors (they’re likely to have many contacts) and explain to your customers exactly what kinds of referrals you’re looking for and how they can help.
Spend two days in your customers’ shoes. To find out what your customers really want, visit a wide range of businesses they’re likely to frequent. Observe how customers are treated, as well as the kinds of services that appear important to them; then adapt your business accordingly.
Offer free samples. If you can get someone to try your product or service, chances are they’ll buy it later. Have employees pass out product samples in front of your business; if you provide a service, offer free services on a trial basis.
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