What are the keys to a good marketing strategy?

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  1. Earl S. Wynn profile image84
    Earl S. Wynnposted 8 years ago

    What are the keys to a good marketing strategy?

  2. brandonhart100 profile image86
    brandonhart100posted 8 years ago

    Know yourself, Know Your Competition, Know when to back down, and know when to hunt.

    Make sure you read and assess before you write.  Otherwise you could end up writing the best article in the world that no one will ever see.

  3. VireshShinde profile image59
    VireshShindeposted 8 years ago

    Analysis of the competitor is also one the major thing. But selecting the right media channels can be the plus point of your marketing.

  4. RapidJunction profile image55
    RapidJunctionposted 8 years ago

    Market the product using social media. Use right SEO. Get help from open source marketing softwares. Marketing on web is hard to get started but one channel can kick start your future iff you go in the right direction.

  5. profile image51
    Candida Free Dietposted 8 years ago

    GIVE!  And expect nothing in return.  So many people get too attached to the potential money that they may make.  If you give, you gain respect.  When you gain respect, you gain trust.  Then, others will want to buy what you are offering.

  6. kesinee profile image76
    kesineeposted 8 years ago

    there is the only key that I can reply to you here : - know your customer needs. If you know your customers, you can create right marketing strategies to serve their needs. No need to think about SWOT or other strategies from the books.

  7. Wayne Brown profile image84
    Wayne Brownposted 8 years ago

    You must first understand the environment which your product is to be sold into...the needs of the customer, the constraints either self-imposed or existing in the customer, price sensitivity, value judgements, and competition for the sale.  You must also understand your own product and how it fits into that market in terms of functionality, price, value, and reliability.  Once those pieces are in place, you can make a reasonable determination as to the true potential of that market sector and how much of it your product is likely to capture.  WB

  8. jrsearam profile image60
    jrsearamposted 8 years ago

    First you must figure out what would make whatever it is you're selling irresistible to you and then, if you're sufficiently ambitious, doing the same for every single human being on the face of the planet. Micro marketing man...it's the wave of the future! ; )


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