Monday, February 8, 2016
Are You Answering Someone’s Prayers With Your Marketing?
Marketing done right is an answer to someone’s prayers. This is as true for marketing luxury real estate as it is for marketing products and other services.
An ad, whether online or in print, should focus on addressing the pain point of its target audience. It should have a message that is so clearly stated that even if the reader or listener is not the target market, they can easily tell someone else about the product or the service.
Many of us watched the Super Bowl to see the commercials. When a company is willing to pay $5 million dollars for a 30 second slot, to sell its product, we expect to be dazzled by the message and the production. At the very least, the ads should engender a desire to buy the product the next day, or as soon as our budgets can allow it.
We chuckled at the Dorito ads. However, neither one of us eats Doritos. We would not buy them for a party either. Other ads were utterly confusing when it came to messaging, like puppy-monkey-baby? How about avocados from Mexico in outer space? Or the Budweiser political campaign twist? Or the new laundry soap that is better than Tide? Funny enough, we can’t remember the name of the soap, and are not even interested in looking it up.
Are You Answering Someone's Prayers With Your Marketing?
Written by Ron & Alexandra Seigel-
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