Posting is Not a Marketing Plan 


These blogs are meant to be inspirational, but every now and then, a little tough love is required. Posting on social media is, in and of itself, not a marketing plan. Even combining that with posting blogs regularly, that does not a cohesive digital marketing plan make. 


Sure, those are important elements of a marketing plan, but they are just that: elements. Ingredients. When combined with other elements or ingredients, then, they can make a comprehensive whole that is even greater than the sum of its parts. 


As in Business, Marketing is Many Factors Working Together 


Think of how your business works, everything that goes into it. Depending on what your industry is, you probably have staff, a physical location, perhaps deliveries that have to be made to your facility, and more. 


You most likely have to pay bills to keep your business going: electric bills, utility bills, and so forth. 


Those are just a few of the things that your business needs to function in daily operation. 


Now, imagine that your business strategy was just to pay for your utility bills. Maybe every now and then you took a delivery. Perhaps sometimes you brought in staff members. But for the most part, you just paid your utility bills and thought: “well, eventually my business will take off this way.” 


Sounds a bit ridiculous, doesn’t it? 


That’s what it can seem like if you’re just posting on social media. It’s important, yes, but absent other commitments and actions, it’s not nearly enough on its own. As with so many other things, here, Danny can help. 


A Professional Marketer with a Critical, Objective Eye 


One of Danny’s many attributes as a marketer is that he can look at a company and quickly figure out a way to improve their marketing. Indeed, that’s one of the most common topics of conversation in Danny’s remote marketing consultations. 


Someone will lay out their marketing strategy to Danny, and he’ll tell them what they can do to improve. He can do the same for your company today. Take advantage of the reduced consultation pricing at (213) 457-3250. 

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