5 Online Marketing Questions to Answer in the New Year


With the New Year here it is safe to say that you have a lot of hope for the future of your business. While there are certainly challenges in 2015, if you play your cards right, you know you can do great things.

You don’t want to wait any longer to fix your marketing strategy for the New Year. If you’re still lagging behind in this area of ​​your business, here are five questions you need to answer right away:

  1. What worked for you, in terms of marketing, in 2014? Once you know the answer to this question, you need to implement a plan that allows you to enjoy more of the same in 2015.
  2. What went wrong for your business last year? It’s safe to say that some of your marketing tactics have failed. There is nothing wrong with that, as long as you don’t make the same mistakes again in the future. You don’t want to continually waste time and money on strategies that don’t generate results.
  3. Do you have new ideas to experiment with? It’s always a good idea to keep an open mind when it comes to your business’s marketing strategy. If you neglected to experiment with new ideas in the past year, now is the time to change the way you think.
  4. Are you taking advantage of social media? It is one of the most powerful ways to market your business and reach a large audience. Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn are just a few of the many social media services to focus on. You don’t want to neglect this area of ​​online marketing anymore.
  5. Do you need help? Some companies have enough staff to handle all marketing related tasks. Others, however, must seek help. There are individuals and companies who can help you with everything from creating content to managing social media and more.

It may take some time to answer these and other questions, so there is no reason to be in a hurry. As long as you seek answers and move forward, you will eventually find yourself in a good position.

You have the whole year ahead, so now is the time to settle on a marketing plan you can trust. Answering the above questions will help you move forward in a confident and strong manner.

Source by Peg McDermott

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