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How to eat an Elephant

How to eat an elephant

As the old proverb says, you take one bite at a time.

It’s just the same in business and when I’m working clients on their marketing strategy we discuss their objectives and what they want to achieve, not only their ultimate dream but the milestones they have identified on the way.

It is those targets and the stages in between that I focus on when planning what marketing activities to recommend and implement to help them achieve those goals.  Taking it one step (or bite) at a time it means that alterations can be made to the marketing tactics as you go along depending on the results and feedback.

So when you feel you have a big hill to climb (sorry more proverbs!), don’t be daunted, just set smaller targets along the way and for guidance along the way, contact me at helen@marketingdoris.co.uk

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"What is marketing? Part of it is gaining audiences and customers, but another part is using trends to evolve a product or service into a worthwhile product. As an eccentric entrepreneur, I regularly have"
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