How to Effectively Market Your Business in a Modern World

Tuesday 1 August, 2017 | By: Andrew Griffiths and Bree James | Tags: Business over Breakfast podcast, Marketing your business, marketing budgets, Target marketing, Valuing brands;

Marketing your business these days can be intimidating, with so many social media channels and jaded consumers, but it doesn’t have to be for you! No matter what industry you’re in, you must market your business. Many businesses are struggling with keeping up with consumer trends and constantly changing platforms, but Bree James and Andrew Griffiths have strategies to help you navigate the marketing world.

In today’s episode of Business over Breakfast, they will tell you how to be innovative in your branding and messaging for your customers.

Episode sponsor:
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 Today’s guest, marketing consultant Roxanne Grey, adds her insight and further tips to help you market effectively as well. She shared why having a big marketing budget is less important to her small business owner clients these days and how the playing field has leveled for small and large companies. In fact, she answered what advantages that small businesses have over big corporations.

We also discuss things like:

  • Target marketing to reach your ideal customer
  • Differentiating your marketing strategy for your distinct audiences
  • The rise of social media marketing and why you need it even if you hate it
  • Why your marketing needs to be more innovative than ever
  • Storytelling as a tool in branding marketing
  • How customers want to buy from “good” companies with values
  • Valuing quirky brands
  • Mastering only three or four social media platforms
  • Why you need to tell people what you do to be a great corporate citizen
  • Interpreting everything as a marketing opportunity
  • Do what others won’t and be brave
  • Amazing artificial intelligence technology

 Episode sponsor:

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Links

CCIQ Training
Sunshine Coast Council
Bree James LinkedIn
Andrew Griffiths Website
Amplify Website
Newsroom PR

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