Small business marketing consultant
Are you looking for a small business marketing consultant? Would you like to talk to an experienced marketing consultant who understands the challenges of small business marketing?
Nigel Temple has worked with over 3,000 enterprises over a 30 year period. He can help you to achieve:
* Greater awareness
* More website traffic
* More sales enquiries
* More sales
You may be looking for a small business marketing consultant to help you to take your business to the next level.
Or you may feel that your marketing is not achieving the results that you deserve.
Nigel can help with marketing strategy, digital marketing performance, brand awareness and reducing the cost of customer acquisition.
Call: 01628 773128
From outside of the UK call: +44 1628 773128
Why use a small business marketing consultant?
* Because you feel that you need to know more about marketing
* Because you would like to get the strategy right this time around
* Because you are not sure which marketing agencies to use
* Because you would like some impartial, independent advice
* Because you are not sure how to allocate your budget
* Because your marketing is not working; why is this the case?
What does a small business marketing consultant do?
* Provides impartial feedback and advice on your marketing strategy
* Shows you how to improve brand awareness and customer acquisition
* Helps you to save money on your marketing budget
* Reviews your current marketing strategy and plans
* Provides impartial feedback on your website
* Helps to improve the performance of your marketing mix
* Helps you to step back and see the big picture
Nigel’s Small Business Marketing Consultant services include Digital marketing strategy; Website consultancy; SEO marketing consultancy; Social media consultancy and training; and Email marketing training.
Small business marketing strategy
* Marketing plan including objectives, target markets, promotional mix, budget and metrics. A strategic marketing plan includes an integrated approach to brand awareness, customer acquisition and retention. It sees things from the customer’s perspective, as marketing always has done. The perspective, however, has changed with the new ways in which customers research products and services and make buying decisions. It takes into account online brand reputation and many other factors.
* Marketing strategy review and feedback: what are you currently doing, online? What is working? What isn’t working? How can it be improved?
* How to make your enterprise stand out from the crowd
* The cost of customer acquisition and how to reduce this
* How to get customers to come to you via the internet
* Your organisation’s marketing mindset
* How all members of staff can help with your marketing
* Cloud-based marketing apps and services – how to transform your marketing
* The most important things to measure in marketing