As a business professional, you’ve probably heard countless business tips over the years, whether from your professional colleagues, attending conferences or from books you’ve read at home. Running a successful business can be tricky, but if you focus on consistency across all platforms of your day-to-day operations, you’ll find yourself trending toward success.
With recent reports declaring that traditional radio reaches the ears of 93% of the general population every week, it’s becoming (even more) abundantly clear to businesses that radio is the best way to market to the masses. At Zimmer Radio & Marketing Group, we’re strong believers in the power of radio because we consistently witness the incredible results that our clients experience.
You spend money, time and a lot of effort on your marketing, but you aren’t getting the results you want. Is it the ads that are underperforming, or it your sales team losing the sale?
“Redbox should have been created by Blockbuster. Air BNB should have been created by Marriott. Uber should have been created by Greyhound. If you don’t wake up every morning and try to put yourself out of business, then someone else is going to come along and do it for you.”
It doesn’t take long to feel thoroughly inspired when listening to CNBC’s “The Profit” star, Marcus Lemonis, talk about business. He is an absolute wealth of information and has a proven track record of success to back up every piece of advice he offers. It seems that this entrepreneur could whip a dying business into shape, even in his sleep.
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In our last blog in this series, we introduced the concept of building a solid marketing foundation using metaphorical bricks and mortar. This foundation should serve as the basis for every advertising campaign that a business executes. Why? Because all businesses desire to be top-of-mind in their community by owning “mental real estate,” and subsequently, rising to the top of the “Ladder of Competition.” Businesses enable themselves to earn such a standing when they determine to diligently construct their firm marketing foundation using the concept of bricks and mortar.
The popular movie quote, “If you build it, they will come,” from the 1989 classic, “Field of Dreams,” signifies the necessity of laying a solid foundation in order to experience success. To achieve meaningful results during any sort of building process, there must be a reliable infrastructure off of which everything is based. This principle is especially true in marketing. Business owners who desire a sizable return on their advertising investment must first construct their exclusive marketing foundation, then execute their campaigns with this as their basis.