MLM Marketing Plan

MLM Marketing Plan

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No doubt if you are trying to progress on your journey to MLM success and you have been doing some training and some research then you will have discovered the importance of having a good MLM marketing plan in place. It’s no accident that more recently established companies, tech giants, and organizations that employ a large number of millennials are killing it with their marketing efforts. Without this it is easy to become so consumed with one plan and one set of actions that other plans and required actions start to suffer.

Marketing has relied on four marketing skills and tools and they are the sales force, advertising, sales promotion and marketing research, they must also use brand building, customer relations, telemarketing and others to make their product selling become reality.

Back in October 2015 we shared an article called “5 Ways Marketing Departments Help Salespeople Catch Butterflies.” Recently a tenfold article was shared with us, titled “What is the Meaning of Sales & Marketing and Their Advantages?” and, I have to say, it does a pretty awesome job of breaking down the differences, responsibilities, and links between sales and marketing roles.

That’s why most small businesses turn to marketing experts for assistance, and when they do, their business explodes. Mike Roach, CEO of CGI, was quoted as saying, “Strategy without execution is a hallucination!” If that is true, then marketing theory without strategy and execution is psychosis.

Breaking Down Sales And Marketing

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One of the basics of all marketing and advertising training is a teaching of “Maslow’s needs pyramid”. Regarding the second argument ‘Marketing shapes consumer needs and wants.’ I have to also agree with this statement. There are various criteria that companies use to segment their products and some of them are geographic, demographic, psycho graphic and behavioral.

It is not a marketing employee’s responsibility to follow up with a salesperson’s existing customer once the lead has been handed off, nor is it their responsibility to convert a lead to a sale, “close the deal,” or make sure the client remains a client for many years.

There is a constant interaction with the public in studying what is in vogue at the time and also what brands people want to be associated with. Successful marketing is really a 3-part process that involves following sound marketing theories, creating a detailed strategy, and executing that strategy.

Marketing Chocolate

Planning for the year ahead is never an easy task. Bottom line to this long winded explanation is this: making THE RIGHT TYPE OF CALL THE RIGHT WAY in conjunction with modern technology and other marketing tools can make a huge difference in your business. We as people like consistency and if a marketer provides consistent service in addition to great products and price then we will keep on going back for years.

People with diabetes or consumers who are watching their weight are able to eat chocolate that is made without sugar. We should use marketing theory to inform our decisions and help us plan our strategy, and when we do that, our execution will be solid. Since different marketing tactics should be used for different customers, knowing this is essential, but too many companies guess at who their customer is rather than knowing them in depth.

3. Organic products are becoming more and more popular, so making chocolate to appease this type of consumer is a newer marketing technique. Have scope within your plans to be able to update your progress against your actions. Think carefully about the marketing methods that you are going to select to focus on. If you are new to MLM marketing, I suggest that you select one method at a time with the aim of perfecting it before introducing a second method.

Marketing Theory Without Execution

Throughout history, chocolate has been marketed differently to different consumer types. A good example would be Ben’s Chili Bowl located in Washington DC. It is an eatery that has been in business for decades and the fact that it had kept so many loyal customers is because they have offered consistent service and great food over the years and people who used to go there to eat as kids still go there as adults.

On the sales side, client retention refers more to the salesperson’s efforts to use the client relationship to continually check in with the client, attempt to engage them in further discussions about additional products or services they may be interested in, and seek referrals to the client’s friends and family members.

The Key To Make Your Marketing Message Stand Out

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Planning for the year ahead is never an easy task. Some companies do act unethical in their advertising, for example I have seen some ads on the internet especially where companies would advertise a product and make it very appealing to the consumer then at the very bottom is tiny fonts the word ‘restrictions apply’ they would hide the link that takes you to where the restrictions are listed.

It is important to note here that the retention function of a marketing department doesn’t really overlap the retention efforts of a sales team. Marketers, through the ages, have identified who their customers are, and directed their efforts at influencing their buying decisions.
When we skip over strategy and start executing based upon abstract marketing theory, we’re shooting in the dark hoping we hit something, but we rarely hit the thing we want to hit.

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