The year of simplicity

 

Hello again,

I hope you are doing well. The winter is really biting now, and feels slightly uncomfortable. But I guess getting older sees to that a bit.

Something we are told as marketers to do is to be consistent. I cannot honestly say that I am when it comes to posting blogs and putting up videos and I guess that this is a skill we learn over time as our businesses take off. But one thing I am going to imprint on myself this year is that marketing is actually quite simple and try and follow that principle as such as possible. Certainly the way it has been put to me shows me that it can be just like that. Simplicity itself.

I am sure that at certain time I have made it seem far more complex than it is and viewed my tasks as being as hard as the labours of Hercules,without quite knowing what I had to do.

Sometimes I am still not sure as there is a degree of multi-level functioning involved in all this. But doing the basics right time after time will at least ensure that whatever I add init is added to a firm foundation.

Right now I have to get a grip on my use Facebook ads. I have now tried 4 ad campaigns.I have gotten no subscribers from them. so what is the problem? Time go back to the drawing board and educate myself further. It would be good to become an expert on these as it seems fairly natural to use them.

I did think the capture page must be faulty, but since then I have learnt it may be the ad itself that creates clicks but attracts the wrong viewers. Maybe it is not clear enough. Getting the right sort of people to look at the ad who will then be likely to want to look further has to be the aim. For the price of two cappuccino a free product on what constitutes the Perfect Offer has to be a no-brainer.

Frank Kern says that anyone can make it in marketing PROVIDED he has this one thing..an offer. That’s all. An offer, pure and simple. Advancing along that line of logic why would one not want to construct the PERFECT OFFER?

Once you have an offer it just has to go to the right people at the right time in the right way. The example used is of a bunch of runners on a very hot day being offered an iced  lemon drink at the finish line. Simple. A cup of hot coffee might not work quite as well!

That is the dead simple way of viewing the process. Complicating it beyond that would be bad manners, and an intrusion.

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