The most difficult type of marketing that outperforms the restBlog added by Maribeth Kuzmeski on January 29, 2016
Maribeth Kuzmeski

Maribeth Kuzmeski

Grayslake, IL

Joined: September 04, 2002

Most businesses that lack the structure of a large corporation find it difficult to take a marketing idea from start to successful results. More often, we see marketing stopping and starting: stopping after the strategy begins to work or never starting at all. And while this may seem ridiculous, it really happens over and over again.

One high performing financial advisor told me he will always be successful in his industry because he executes on the ideas that his peers only talk about. Although not every marketing activity has worked for him (like that one seminar where no one showed up, but he still did the presentation), most have significant results and keep getting better (like his once-a-week strategic alliance lunch campaign).

If you look around, there’s no shortage of ideas for how to gain new business. In fact, many people will tell you exactly what they did to achieve success. All you need is to pick one marketing idea to start with and see it through!

If you have a commitment to net new business, you also need a similar commitment to consistent implementation. And, as a firm implements new marketing initiatives, they get better at implementation! It turns out that the most difficult type of marketing is the marketing idea that gets implemented … fully.

Start seeing far more results when you take your marketing further!
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