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Leo’s Daily Tip – Today, On Strategic Planning

Happy New Year!  It’s a good time to take a look back over 2018 marketing.  What was your biggest success?  Have you planned to add to our enhance it in the new year?  Talk to your team and get their input too.

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Leo’s Daily Tip – Today, On Strategic Planning

December is a time of planning. Definitely imagine the longer term, but for more realistic results, think of a shorter window of a year. What will your company look like in a year? What goals do you want to accomplish?

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Leo’s Daily Tip – Today, On Public Relations

Public relations and social media strengthen each other in marketing as both reinforce search keywords, produce findable content, enhance the potential to expand audiences, improve search scores and more.

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Leo’s Daily Tip – Today, On Strategic Planning

Strategic plans often go for a 5 year planning window and more. But in this fast-paced environment, it might be more valuable to think about where you want to be in 12 months and then plan to make that happen.

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Leo’s Daily Tip – Today, On Public Relations

For best results when you’re pitching a #PR story to a medium, stress why your story will be valuable to its audience, even tying in content with themes or hot news relevant to the medium.

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Leo’s Daily Tip – Today, On Public Relations

Media usually writes about the news. For best PR results, write your media release to tie in with current newsy themes and relate them to your company or product.

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Leo’s Daily Tip – Today, On Public Relations

A press release should be written concisely for the purpose of sketching out a story idea to a writer or editor. Many companies write releases as the story itself, agonizing over language and details when, most of the time, the writer is going to ignore the release and write the story from scratch.

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Leo’s Daily Tip – Today, On Public Relations

In press releases, don’t just tell facts communicate the news story. For example, instead of “Company x introduces a new valve”, write “New valve threatens to disrupt the entire plumbing industry.” Note the difference.

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Leo’s Daily Tip – Today, On Public Relations

Don’t just stop with writing a press release, repurpose the same information as a LinkedIn Group article, company blog post, one sheet, email to customers and more

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Leo’s Daily Tip – Today, On Public Relations

Public relations should not only be news about your company.  It should support your brand too.  Craft stories and events to deliver your news within the context of your brand message and the image.

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Leo’s Daily Tip – Today, On Public Relations

Events are powerful for marketing whether your product is consumer-directed or B2B. Create symposia, lectures, conferences, lunches or dinners, etc. with a focused, current theme designed to set up an environment leading to closing sales.

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Leo’s Daily Tip – Today, On Strategic Planning

Do you have a customer retention marketing strategy? Losing customers is bad for business and morale and is very expensive. Develop a marketing retention strategy to connect frequently continuing to remind customers why your company is valuable for them.

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Leo’s Daily Tip – Today, On Social Media

One idea to grow your LinkedIn company page followers is to link to your company page in all marketing communications, email signatures, blogs and even other social media sites.

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Leo’s Daily Tip – Today, On Strategic Planning

It may sound obvious but strategy is key to successful marketing. There are a lot of shiny objects aka media opportunities out there. The decision to proceed with them should relate to how they can enhance the strategy.

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Leo’s Daily Tip – Today, On Strategic Planning

The psychological theory of reciprocity suggests a powerful urge to reciprocate when someone receives something. Online, provide content or a white paper, for example, and help people become grateful and more likely to give you something…an order.

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Leo’s Daily Tip – Today, On Public Relations

A press release is not a story to be published.  It is a pitch to a writer or editor to motivate them to write the story.  Write it to give them the idea about writing the story and keep it brief.  It’s not the story.

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Leo’s Daily Tip – Today, On Public Relations

Give yourself a better chance to get your article published in the media by researching stories in your industry or area and who is the writer.  Send your pitch to that writer instead of the medium or editor.

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Leo’s Daily Tip – Today, On Strategic Planning

Low tech idea – the power of the handwritten thank you note. Nothing enhances your personal brand and top of mind awareness like the handwritten note. Virtually no one does it which is why it stands out and makes you stand out.

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Leo’s Daily Tip – Today, On Social Media

How do you define value in social media? Click-throughs are important.  But there is also a value in keeping your name in front of your customers and potential customers day after day helping them think of you first when they need your services.

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Leo’s Daily Tip – Today, On Branding

#startups may want to be trendy and clever in their advertising when their industry calls for solid and secure.  Or vice versa.  Take care not to let your ad message confuse your brand image in the minds of your market.

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