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Benefits of being Proactive in Your Marketing

Terry Boddie, Agency Liaison Director, Marketing Media ManagementGuest Blog post by Terry Boddie, President & Agency Liaison Director at Marketing Media Management

When you switch your marketing plan from being reactive to one that is proactive, it will provide all sorts of new benefits and opportunities for your business.

Utilizing a proactive marketing plan will first of all find new potential customers for your business. It’s not enough to wait around for them to find you, or hope that they see one of your marketing messages, you need to actively search for them. Staying proactive will cause more customers to purchase from your business instead of going to a competitor.

When your marketing is proactive, it is ahead of the curve and stands out for its originality. Following in your competitor’s footsteps is no way to get your company known for its quality, but being at the forefront of the competition will.

Staying proactive will also allow you to know ahead of time if there are any problems or issues showing up, and work to fix them before they become unmanageable. Knowing about these issues will also let you contact current customers to alert them, which will be appreciated by them. It will show your customers that you care about them and take their business seriously.

The use of online marketing, including Pay Per Click, to be proactive also makes finding and purchasing from your company more convenient to the customer. If they are searching for what you offer online, being able to contact you or make a purchase online is more convenient, and will drive larger sales.

Being proactive is often more work, but being at the front of your field instead of lagging behind will create more opportunities and boost your business.

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