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Mandated Marketing To Make Millions

Updated on May 21, 2017

Mandated Marketing Makes Millions

It’s common knowledge that the success of companies worldwide depend solely on the loyalty and volume of clientele. Likewise, the amount of customers is dependent on the many forms of advertisements that promote the company name. There are many portions of a business that hold it together and running successfully, such as the C.E.O. and board, managers, and laborers. Furthermore, I firmly believe that the success of a company is rooted in an elite system of marketing. Advertising and marketing is basically finding an intriguing and relevant way to convince new people that this business has the appropriate product or service they’ve been looking for. In order to successfully advertise and market with any company, one must organize and collaborate a descriptive group of words or ideas to provide visuals that satisfy and surpass customer expectations.

Let’s think back to the childhood days, when we were adolescents urgently looking for ways to earn money for all of our wants and desires. Personally, I can think of a prime example that allowed me to create some extra revenue before I was legally allowed to apply to the workforce. When I was fourteen years old, I decided to work all year round mowing lawns and shoveling snow. That was the beginning of my father’s teachings of how to truly run a business. He taught me how to work the mower and weed whip, how to budget accordingly (fliers, brown lawn bags, gasoline, salt for the winter, etc.), and finally how to market my business and let the neighborhood know I had a great service to offer. Although my tactics were simple, they were extremely effective and created an interest throughout my subdivision. I remember creating a unique looking flier and having my dad take me up to Kinko’s to print out fliers, depending on how much money I had budgeted. After I made my rounds throughout the subdivision passing out my fliers, business became relatively steady after the first week alone! By the end of my first month, I had already gained 12 loyal customers- I couldn’t have been more excited! Basically, I am convinced that most to all of my customers would have never called had they not seen the catchy advertisements I distributed.

There are many forms of marketing for both large corporations and small businesses all over the world today. Some of these forms come after an investment is made, but there are also many free forms to promote one’s business to the surrounding civilians. Paid examples include making fliers, putting an ad in the newspaper, making an app, creating a short radio advertisement or commercial, or paying a qualified person to create and manage a company website. On the other hand, some of the free forms of marketing include email lists and flooding the social media outlets. With the development and advancement of smart phones and technology, many companies have flourished and advanced tremendously from the internet. Obviously, the paid versions of advertising have a more promising chance of drawing in customers quickly; however, social media over time slowly but surely draws in loyal clientele. Marketing takes time, creativity, and a relentless strategy to wake up the population to the company and what it has to offer.

Since I’ve established a businessman mindset at an early age, I decided to take that mentality to the next level. After I graduated high school, I enrolled to get a few pre requisite classes out of the way because my major was still undecided. Eventually, I would take a Audio Engineering class that created a new passion of producing music. Over time, after many long work days and investments, I put together a professional recording studio in the basement of my house. It literally had all of the equipment and programs, plus some, that any professional commercial location would have because I knew that with business comes competition. Outside of editing clientele’s music and booking venues for performances, I spend a majority of my time actively marketing my company. I would invest every once in awhile in fliers for studio time, but every time I booked a venue I made certain that fliers were made and flooded the surrounding area of that venue. I had already created a decent fanbase and customer volume from my social media outlets, so I knew that I must also inform the surrounding community about my upcoming event. Once the loyal clientele online combines with the numbers of curious members in the surrounding community of the venue, I often found that the building capacity would be just about full every time. Furthermore, I found a way to compete with the commercial sites by offering discounted studio time deals and rates on production. I would eventually receive my LLC license and be viewed as a legit business by the state of Michigan, due to the system and company I’ve created over the years.

As I mentioned earlier, once one can find a relevant and intriguing way to catch people’s attention is when businesses start to prosper and advance itself. Everyone knows the saying that “it takes money to make money”. Although this statement is entirely true, we still should utilize the free forms of marketing with the same enthusiasm we pour into all of the paid forms. Throughout the many examples in my life, I learned that all successful businessmen must have an impeccable system, the burning desire to advance, a patient mind, and a humble heart. Once one can insert these traits into their lifestyle and mentality, along with an strategic marketing firm, then they will surely live up to their goals and potential and live life to its fullest!

Mandatory Protocol To Making Millions

It’s common knowledge that the success of companies worldwide depend solely on the loyalty and volume of clientele. Likewise, the amount of customers is dependent on the many forms of advertisements that promote the company name. There are many portions of a business that hold it together and running successfully, such as the C.E.O. and board, managers, and laborers. Furthermore, I firmly believe that the success of a company is rooted in an elite system of marketing. Advertising and marketing is basically finding an intriguing and relevant way to convince new people that this business has the appropriate product or service they’ve been looking for. In order to successfully advertise and market with any company, one must organize and collaborate a descriptive group of words or ideas to provide visuals that satisfy and surpass customer expectations.

Let’s think back to the childhood days, when we were adolescents urgently looking for ways to earn money for all of our wants and desires. Personally, I can think of a prime example that allowed me to create some extra revenue before I was legally allowed to apply to the workforce. When I was fourteen years old, I decided to work all year round mowing lawns and shoveling snow. That was the beginning of my father’s teachings of how to truly run a business. He taught me how to work the mower and weed whip, how to budget accordingly (fliers, brown lawn bags, gasoline, salt for the winter, etc.), and finally how to market my business and let the neighborhood know I had a great service to offer. Although my tactics were simple, they were extremely effective and created an interest throughout my subdivision. I remember creating a unique looking flier and having my dad take me up to Kinko’s to print out fliers, depending on how much money I had budgeted. After I made my rounds throughout the subdivision passing out my fliers, business became relatively steady after the first week alone! By the end of my first month, I had already gained 12 loyal customers- I couldn’t have been more excited! Basically, I am convinced that most to all of my customers would have never called had they not seen the catchy advertisements I distributed.

There are many forms of marketing for both large corporations and small businesses all over the world today. Some of these forms come after an investment is made, but there are also many free forms to promote one’s business to the surrounding civilians. Paid examples include making fliers, putting an ad in the newspaper, making an app, creating a short radio advertisement or commercial, or paying a qualified person to create and manage a company website. On the other hand, some of the free forms of marketing include email lists and flooding the social media outlets. With the development and advancement of smart phones and technology, many companies have flourished and advanced tremendously from the internet. Obviously, the paid versions of advertising have a more promising chance of drawing in customers quickly; however, social media over time slowly but surely draws in loyal clientele. Marketing takes time, creativity, and a relentless strategy to wake up the population to the company and what it has to offer.

Since I’ve established a businessman mindset at an early age, I decided to take that mentality to the next level. After I graduated high school, I enrolled to get a few pre requisite classes out of the way because my major was still undecided. Eventually, I would take a Audio Engineering class that created a new passion of producing music. Over time, after many long work days and investments, I put together a professional recording studio in the basement of my house. It literally had all of the equipment and programs, plus some, that any professional commercial location would have because I knew that with business comes competition. Outside of editing clientele’s music and booking venues for performances, I spend a majority of my time actively marketing my company. I would invest every once in awhile in fliers for studio time, but every time I booked a venue I made certain that fliers were made and flooded the surrounding area of that venue. I had already created a decent fanbase and customer volume from my social media outlets, so I knew that I must also inform the surrounding community about my upcoming event. Once the loyal clientele online combines with the numbers of curious members in the surrounding community of the venue, I often found that the building capacity would be just about full every time. Furthermore, I found a way to compete with the commercial sites by offering discounted studio time deals and rates on production. I would eventually receive my LLC license and be viewed as a legit business by the state of Michigan, due to the system and company I’ve created over the years.

As I mentioned earlier, once one can find a relevant and intriguing way to catch people’s attention is when businesses start to prosper and advance itself. Everyone knows the saying that “it takes money to make money”. Although this statement is entirely true, we still should utilize the free forms of marketing with the same enthusiasm we pour into all of the paid forms. Throughout the many examples in my life, I learned that all successful businessmen must have an impeccable system, the burning desire to advance, a patient mind, and a humble heart. Once one can insert these traits into their lifestyle and mentality, along with an strategic marketing firm, then they will surely live up to their goals and potential and live life to its fullest!

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