VI. Marketing Plan
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The [Company Name] Brand
The [Company name] brand will focus on the Company’s unique value proposition:
- Convenient location
- Client-focused documentation, recruitment, and deployment services, that treat each client according to their needs.
- Well-trained staff that prioritizes customer satisfaction and excellent results
- Service built on long-term relationships
- Comfortable, customer-focused environment
[Company Name] expects its target market to be individuals working and/or living within a 15-mile radius of its location, as well as businesses. [The Company’s] promotions strategy to reach these individuals includes:
[Company name] will announce its opening several weeks in advance through publicity pieces in multiple local newspapers and publications. Regular advertisements will run to maintain exposure to relevant markets. Community newspapers, school publications, sports programs, and similar channels will be a major promotion effort.
[Company name] will promote itself by distributing marketing materials and participating in local community events, such as school fairs, local festivals, homeowner associations, or sporting events.
We will drive attention to [Company name] by hiring workers to hold signs alongside [route or highway]. Advertising on heavily traveled commute routes are an opportunity to alert large numbers of working individuals with disposable income of our opening.
[Company Name] will invest resources in two forms of geographically-focused internet promotion—organic search engine optimization and pay-per-click advertising. The Company will develop its website in such a manner as to direct as much traffic from search engines as possible. Additionally, it will use highly-focused, specific keywords to draw traffic to its website, where potential clients will find a content-rich site that presents [Company Name] as the trustworthy staffing agency that it is.