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Ideal Client / Target Market

Every successful business should begin with an in-depth understanding of its Ideal Client / Target Market. Without this knowledge, the path to success looks a lot like a guessing game.

Ideal Client / Target Market: Thorough Knowledge Is Power

Ideal Client / Target Market | Strategy First | MarketBlazerIn small business marketing, an Ideal Client or Target Market is the business segment to which you will be selling your products and/or services. Knowing your Ideal Client or Target Market is vital to the success of any business because it gives focus to your marketing efforts.

When you have analyzed and zeroed in on your Ideal Client or Target Market, it will be easy to promote and distribute your service in an effective manner.

What is an Ideal Client or Target Market? Why is it Important?

Very often, the Ideal Client or Target Market for a small business is smaller and has more specialized requirements than that of larger companies. You must begin by building relationships to get your prospects to listen. Often the education process encompasses multiple steps such as blogging, social media, SEO, direct mail, newsletters, articles and videos.

To get your prospects attention, ask yourself the following questions and zero in on your company’s Ideal Client or Target Market.

  • Which businesses are you trying to reach with your advertising efforts?
  • Who typically buys from you, or who is most likely to buy from you?
You can also use tools such as customer satisfaction surveys and market research information to hone in on your most promising targets. Once you have analyzed your Ideal Client or Target Market, you can then discuss what will motivate them to buy from your business.

This information can help as you craft a Core Marketing Message and execute an effective marketing strategy.
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