Selling it’s important, but fostering loyalty it’s vital.
The success of marketing is not selling what you produce, but knowing what to produce.
"Marketing is the art of making your client the hero of your story."
The Strategy is the compass that guides us to increase sales, foster loyalty, and stand out from the competition. Not all our products have the same potential, neither do all stories point to the North, so find your North Star and take off, to infinite and beyond!
A good strategy defines the yellow flagstone path that will help you position your brand and attract your audience, but it will also save you from entering a tornado.
The strategy is not everything, but it’s the path.
A good sales process adapts to your potential customer on a personal level and it’s capable of satisfying a need. A sale is a solution to a hunt, a treasure chest that is impatiently waiting to be found at the X on the map marketing devised.
Marketing reaches, persuades, and fosters loyalty, but without a good sales process, you’ll never turn your target into your client. Don’t forget clients are the center of brands.
Sales are not everything, but they are the support.
Engagement with your client will help you gain your customer’s loyalty. It will involve your customer who will give us valuable and quality information which will help your brand maintain a good relationship with your community. This engagement will serve the commitment of your buyer on a plate.
Turning your client into a loyal ambassador is not easy, but if suddenly they sing to themselves “I’m a believer” like that famous ogre, there will be no doubt in their mind and they will love your brand.
Engagement is not everything, but is the approach.
92% of buyers base their purchase decision on trustful reviews
75% of clients use different sources to evaluate and decide on their purchase
70% of consumers buy because they’re looking to solve a specific problem
71% of B2B companies use content marketing to generate leads
67% of B2B’s purchase decision is done online
80% of buyers rather having information on a company through articles