Developing a Strategy
When developing a marketing strategy for your business, make sure that it includes an assessment of your desired market, focusing on the market size (volume and value), customer segments, sales projection, regulations, target market, competition, economic conditions, and includes an exit strategy.
A marketing strategy should include feedback from a variety of resources and individuals including the finance department, personnel, supply, tech support, sales, etc. Additionally, feedback is crucial when developing a plan as it helps to provide an understanding of how to adjust or continue course with your marketing strategy.
When creating your marketing strategy, make certain that it demonstrates the attractiveness of the market from a financial standpoint. Considering trends change, employees leave, and because of consumer fluctuations, a marketing strategy should cover at least one year up to a maximum of four years and should be adjusted when necessary.
Dr. Elijah Clark (December 15, 2015). Creating a digital marketing strategy [Web log post]. Retrieved from http://elijahclark.com/creating-a-digital-marketing-strategy/