W3BG a perfect web marketing strategy

Posted by Steve Sanford / Sun, May 24, 2009 at 06:48 PM / (0) Comments

If you are running any type of company or organization without a well thought out web marketing strategy, then your chances of success are limited to say the least. In today's competitive market you can't afford to be flying in the dark. You need a relevant targeted plan that you can execute, measure and most of all afford, and if you can't determine your ROI you are dead in the water. Companies fail each and every minute because they have no idea what is driving their business, and it starts with an effective web marketing strategy. Take a look at this demo of the award winning team that W3BG has assembled. We can take your next marketing project to success.

Having worked with many companies over the past decade as a Marketing Consultant and Turn Around CEO, the number one thing I find when companies fail to grow or fail in general, is that there is now formal marketing strategy. Unless you can clearly define your product, and create a strategy to promote that product or service you should not be surprised that you fail. Some of the top things you can do to get started is: 1. Don't throw in the towel and convince yourself it's too late. 2. Do a complete assessment of where you are. If you don't know you can't fix it. 3. Start with something you can afford and achieve. Setting up a plan that you know you will fail at is foolish. 4. Focus efforts on how you can use the web to achieve your plan with affordability both in money and time. 5. Look for outside help. There are plenty of affordable solutions. 6. Know that it's a continuous process and not "once done always done" 7. Dedicate 1 hour a day to work on your plan and execution. If you take these basic steps you will at least be moving in the right direction. It's better to do a little everyday than to do nothing at all. Visit W3BG for more ideas.







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