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Published On: April 16, 2020
Author: Kenneth Pendleton

How to Personalize Your Marketing Campaign

To reach your audience and keep them engaged long enough to buy your product, you need to personalize your marketing campaign to match your audience.

Although marketing strategies have evolved over the past two decades, regular content creating is still one of the most important components of an effective and lucrative marketing campaign. As a marketer, think of your potential paying customers as your audience. To reach your audience and keep them engaged long enough to spend money on your product or service, you need to personalize the content you create to match your audience’s preferences, desires and needs.

Careful Content Creation

Content isn’t limited to just articles and blogs; it includes videos, presentations, blog posts, audio, e-books and more. Before you create any of these, try making a list of all the issues that might pertain to the audience you are trying to reach. Remember that your content shouldn’t come off as a sales pitch. Instead, your content should fan the flames of interest by focusing on issues the audience in your niche might find interesting. Offer advice that is relevant to your customer base and help them solve some common problems for free. This will keep them coming back for more.

Understanding Your Customer Base

You will have to conduct some research to find what your potential customers need to hear about the most. Take some time to find out the level of demand for your product or service. Consider customer demographics such as age, gender, occupation, income level and where they might live. Think about the lifestyles and the values your potential customers are likely to have and create your campaign based on these. You can obtain customer insights using a variety of resources. For instance, if your marketing efforts involve posting YouTube videos, then YouTube Analytics is a very effective tool. Google Surveys and Google Trends are similar types of resources.

Knowing How to Offer Your Product or Service

Be careful not to drive your customers away by presenting them with a sales pitch too soon in your marketing campaign. People can tell when they are being manipulated to purchase things they might not need, so keep your content neutral until you’re sure it’s time. If you’ve been producing content to help your customers, and you keep them entertained while doing so, they will remember your product or service when they need it most.

Continue researching to understand your customers as well as your competition. By keeping your audience’s attention and fulfilling a need, you can work to convert them into paying customers. Remember, not everyone has the money to spend right away. A large percentage of consumers will buy a product or service weeks or months later. It’s up to you as a marketer to keep them engaged until they decide to do so.

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Kenneth Pendleton, Ad Specialist

About the Author

Kenneth Pendleton

Ad Specialist

Kenneth Ramirez Pendleton is a dedicated Ad Specialist with a specific concentration on communication in the post-interpersonal age, namely internet and social media advertising. Kenneth specializes in Google AdWords™, connecting local clients with an international customer base. Kenneth is currently applying the knowledge accrued while studying Business and Marketing Management as the Ad Specialist for Future Design Group.