Veromo’s Marketing Plan helps you target the right audience for your products and services.
Use this FREE plan to clearly define your products and services to devise marketing strategies to achieve your budgets.
It’s FREE to Download. Use it as a working guide to define, set and track your marketing activities.
Take advantage of Veromo's FREE Marketing Plan to set your product, sales and promotional strategies in line with your business objectives.
A Marketing Plan is an essential planning tool for all business owners. It helps you set a plan of action to promote your products and services in line with achieving your business objectives. It is a working document that should be reviewed and updated every 6-12 months.
It’s used to help you:
Your step-by-step marketing plan blueprint is designed to help you do better business and includes the following sections:
* Business Description and Overview
* SWOT Analysis
* Product and Services Review
* Market and Competitor Analysis
* Advertising and Promotional Strategy
* Budget and Financial Analysis
Your marketing plan is a management tool that is used to track your performance. It will require continual updating based on actual verse projected performance.
If you are introducing new products, have a change in management or your growth needs change, you will need to update it.
Although not essential, it is always recommended that you prepare a marketing plan as it will provide you with a clear roadmap of what you are setting out to do.
Your maketing plan should always reflect the direction you are moving in. For example, any time there is a change in your business direction or even a proposal to introduce new products, you should update your marketing plan.
The length of your marketing plan will be dependent on your business and the industry in which you operate or will be entering.
A SWOT analysis is an in depth look at the Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats that may impact on your businesses. This analysis will help you define your competitive advantage as well as understand where your biggest potential exposure sits.