Hello Abdulrahman. Precisely what is the business you are pursuing and what have you done so far regarding a marketing plan? What is your product? Perhaps I can help you if you tell me more about the current situation with your product.
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Hi John, thank you so much for your answer. My business is natural soap making, I haven't done anything regarding the marketing plan so far because I really don't know where to start. I have the product ready, labeled and ready to be sold.
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Please see the answers to the following question here at the Micro Mentor Q&A Feature: https://www.micromentor.org/question/4871
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Hi Abdulrahman. In a marketing plan ensure to cover these areas: executive summary, mission statement, objectives, target markets, productos and/or services, distribution channels, competition, pricing, actions plan(s), financial proyections, etc. Internet offers tons of free templates (with examples and descriptions of each section) about the subject. Good luck.
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The 7 Fundamentals of Writing a Marketing Plan:
Assess where your business is currently Confirm who your customers are Analyze your competitors Set marketing goals and targets Decide the budget Outline marketing tactics that are available to you Understand how you'll track and report success Writing and presenting a marketing plan causes you to think through the important steps that transform an efficient marketing strategy. A marketing plan also will help keep you focused on your business goals focusing the marketing on the way to achieve them.
Research is that the key, basing your plans and objectives on fact is a requirement. If there are unrealistic expectations within the marketing plan it'll make it unachievable. attempt to make errors, that’s OK, but do your best to minimize the impact of any errors and leave the space to take advantage of any opportunities. Here’s that again. Research, research, research