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Marketing Persona Model

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We hope this example of a marketing persona exercise will help you define your ideal clients and discover the best way to talk to them.

We hope this example of a marketing persona exercise will help you define your ideal clients and discover the best way to talk to them.

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  • 1. THE CLIENT PERSONA Discovery Process
  • 2. What is a client “Persona” anyway? A fictional representation of your ideal customer. It is based on real data gathered from current, prospective and target clients combined with behavioral research. A persona includes client demographics, online behavior, and can include educated speculation about personal histories, motivations, buying habits and market concerns. Why do we define a client Persona? We are all marketing to people, no matter your type of client and industry the end buyer is always a person. Persona’s identify common “pain points” and “shared goals” enabling a marketer to tailor messaging around real pains & pleasures. CLIENT PERSONA What are they?
  • 3. Persona name This is a fictional name that represents one of your ideal client buyers. Persona creation Who are our “best” & “worst” clients/buyers. Use research, target audience interviews and surveys to define & refine these client personas. Persona basis Modeled after a real client using their demographic, behaviors and educated speculation about their histories, motivators, pains, plea sures & concerns CLIENT PERSONA Where do they come from?
  • 4. Steve Entrepreneur is a self-made business owner who values his independence and wants to serve his community by providing a unique service combined with exceptional customer service. He is all about value. He wants to feel like he “got a deal.” Steve CLIENT PERSONA Examples Let’s take a look at what makes Steve Entrepreneur tick. We will use Steve as an example persona.
  • 5. Steve’s background: • What kind of company did Steve build? ABC is a technology company with a strong research division. • What is Steve’s role in his company? Steve is the President & CEO What gets Steve out of bed in the mornings? He is excited about his company and looks forward to a new business challenge every day. • What keeps Steve up at night and why? He can’t help thinking about all the families his company feeds and how important cash flow is. • What are Steve’s recreational activities ie: sports, hobbies & interests? He plays racketball and skis. He is dedicated to his family and attends his kids sports events. He has a passion for gardening. • What does Steve do for fun? Steve spends time with his family, and meets his friends weekly, very invovled in his alma mater’s programs. CLIENT PERSONA Steve Entrepreneur
  • 6. Steve’s characteristics & demographics: • What is Steve’s gender, age, and family situation? Steve is male, 42 years old and married with three adolecent children. • What is Steve’s household income and wealth status? Steve makes about $250K from his job plus about $50K from investments. • What is Steve’s living preferences – urban, suburban, of rural? Steve love his home in the mountain suburb of Denver, Colorado. • What makes Steve stand out – buzz words, humor, mannerisms, traits? Steve has a dry, but great sense of humor and is a great listener. • What does Steve say when he is trying to be humorous? Usually something that makes light of his own actions. CLIENT PERSONA Steve Entrepreneur
  • 7. Steve’s points-of-pain: • Steve wears many hats and juggles many different duties Our company’s online solutions will save both management and execution time as well as costs while offering more management control. • Steve lays awake nights concerned about cashflow Our company’s online solutions promote direct payment via credit card which facilitates better cash flow while saving clients time and money. • Steve wants to manage fewer employees Our company will automate & manage Steve’s sales & marketing using CRM, marketing automation, and process management technologies to drives incremental sales eliminating the need to hire more sales reps. CLIENT PERSONA Steve Entrepreneur
  • 8. Our message to Steve: Given his persona, our message to Steve must be brief, informative, fun and positioned creatively. • What response do we want to solicit from Steve? Steve will be eager to meet with our company, hear our message and apply it to his situation. • What pain(s) can our products/services relieve that target Steve? Our company’s program will minimize your need for employees while providing a management dashboard with all important KPIs in one place. • What pleasure(s) can our products/services provide for Steve? Our products & services will give Steve control and more free time. • Why should Steve listen? We speak directly to the problem that Steve needs to solve in his company and our case studies validate our message. • Why should Steve trust us? Our testimonials prove our case. CLIENT PERSONA Steve Entrepreneur
  • 9. Our marketing message to Steve: It’s time to sleep soundly. You no longer need to lie away nights wondering how you are going to get everything done, how you are going to pay the bills or how you are going to meet that growing payroll. New online solutions save management and execution time, reduce costs and provide you with the management control you need for that “peace of mind” - the peace of mind that only comes when you are confident you have made the best decisions and everything is progressing like clockwork based on solid, usable information. Enjoy improved cash flow, save your clients’ time and money and eliminate hassles when you promote direct bill payments with major credit cards. Now you can automate & manage your sales & marketing by integrating CRM, marketing automation, and process management into one system with one robust management dashboard, enabling incremental sales while eliminating the need for additional sales reps. CLIENT PERSONA Steve Entrepreneur
  • 10. Our 30-Second Elevator Speech to Steve: We sell peace of mind using online solutions to save time and money and provide ultimate control by integrating all of your processes and information into one intuitive, easy to use system. CLIENT PERSONA Steve Entrepreneur
  • 11. NEXT STEPS Where do we grow from here? Complements of Mail Masters • www.mailmasters.net • (303) 607-9424

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