Begin Where You Are Now: 7 Novice Marketing Ideas
“Everyone who got where he is has had to begin where he was.”
~ Robert Louis Stevenson
When you are looking for novice marketing ideas, there’s no such thing as ‘waiting for the right moment’ especially if you havee a product or service to market.
Now is the right time to start your strategy.
Some people choose to procrastinate because they simply don’t know what to do and need time to learn.
Well the best way to learn is by doing, and to help you get started, below are
7 novice marketing ideas to kick start your marketing campaign.
1. Write for your audience
Create targeted content, and in order to do that you have to know your audience.
Answer their questions, give solutions to their problems and provide information that will be useful for them.
Image related content is always more attractive and more likely to go viral, especially videos.
If you can make interesting videos that relate to your product, so interesting that it goes viral, then you will surely experience a great success.
3. Aggregate awesomeness from other sources quality content
Sharing quality content from other sources will give a positive message to your audience.
It shows that you really care for your audience and really want them to get useful information.
A lot of marketers are making free webinars, not necessarily to introduce their product, but more of introducing themselves as industry thought leaders, building trust with their audience.
5. Industry news
Being a thought leader of the industry also means that you must be up to date with the latest news in your industry.
Sharing hot topics in your niche would be a great way to do this.
6. Guest Posts
If you know how to make great content, try guest posting.
You can reach wider audience and receive a nice inbound link in the process.
7. Branded tools
This is a great way to introduce your brand and make sure that people remember it.
You can make a little investment on useful but cheap everyday stuff like pens, put your brand on them and give them to your prospects.