Tag: Ideal Customer

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Fall Challenge: Finding Your Brand Tribe

Do You Know Your Brand Tribe? One of the most important steps to writing strong marketing and sales copy is understanding your customers (See Empathy for Entrepreneurs). Beyond my customers and clients, I think of the larger group as My Tribe. Others may call them the “Brand Tribe” or their business community. My brand tribe includes clients (past, current, and…

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Are You Attracting and Retaining Your Ideal Customer?

After the Marketing Strategy… You met with a branding or marketing professional, and together you worked on your marketing strategy plan. That plan included creating customer personas, which is great. But what do you do with these little profiles of your ideal customer now?  How will this information help you attract and retain your ideal customers? Attracting Your Ideal Customer…

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7 Steps to Creating Customer Personas

Would you like to… Attract more ideal customers? Increase your conversion rates? Create marketing campaigns that generate engagement? Provide useful resources for your loyal customers? Build a feedback loop for improving your business?   If if your answer is yes, then continue reading, because this article reveals the powerful tool that so many small business owners neglect. It is highly…

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Reading the Story in Your Market Research Data

Once you have gathered all of the information for understanding your ideal customer, the next step is to analyze the information. Analysis simply means examination or investigation, so this step is where you will read the story that the market research data is telling. The two methods for reading and understanding this information are qualitative or quantitative analysis. Understanding the…

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