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Your Marketing Message: From Conception to Delivery

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Your marketing message is your baby. These tips take you from conception to delivery.

Your marketing message is your baby. These tips take you from conception to delivery.

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  • 1. from conception to delivery
  • 2. Create a message that looks like you
  • 3. One that supports your vision
  • 4. One that supports your vision WE BUILD BETTER BLOCKS and your brand
  • 5. Your vision is your business all grown up
  • 6. Your brand is your signature stamp
  • 7. Your brand is your signature stamp unique like your blue eyes
  • 8. Your message reflects your vision
  • 9. Your message is accurate
  • 10. Your message is accurate and credible
  • 11. And you stand behind it
  • 12. Create a message with purpose
  • 13. To persuade or motivate
  • 14. Inform or educate
  • 15. Engage or entertain
  • 16. Create a reader-focused message
  • 17. Know your reader
  • 18. Apply the marketing litmus test
  • 19. Address your reader’s concerns Who are you? Why should I care? What problems will you fix? What makes you any different? Prove it.
  • 20. Your message is your baby
  • 21. Planning ensures an easy delivery Create your unique message Have a purpose Be readerfocused
  • 22. This is Part 7 Check out the entire series Follow the 10-Part Marketing Plan at SimplyStatedBusiness.com Photo Credits: BigStockPhoto.com
  • 23. Cathy Miller, Business Writer Business site: www.SimplyStatedBusiness.com www.simplystatedbusiness

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