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Sample Of A Marketing Strategy / Branding
Posted by Anonymous on
12/31/2004 at 2:19 PM ET
I'm on the hunt for an actual sample of a FINISHED Marketing Strategy / Branding for a Visual Communication Services company. I'm in the initial stages of developing a BP and MS, so I'm looking to learn the steps other professionals, who have done this and are now established, had to go through to get to a FINISHED BP and/or MS.
Thanks for your help!
12/31/2004 at 4:30 PM
Justin, this is wishful thinking.
A lot of new members come to this forum requesting "sample marketing plans" of specific companies or for different industries. That's the sort of thing that businesses don't offer for public consumption.
The best I can do is point you to the Search Resources link on the right side of this page. Try the keyword "plan" and you'll probably find recommendations for websites with general marketing plan templates.
Also, you should consider visiting
to pick up some great tips on how to use Google effectively.
12/31/2004 at 5:22 PM
Justin, welcome to KHE. As you open your firm, we can provide a substantial amount of guidance for you. However, to get started, and learn the most about you, your vertical, your business, your competitors and all you need to understand about going into business in Visual Communicaitons Services, will take weeks and months of research and writing.
Visit as many websites as you can in the same industry. Read everything they have on their sites. Pull from them the ideas you wish to incorporate, trash the rest.
If in fact you are going to be competitive in this industry, you MUST know your competition and be willing to pay the price in sweat-equity to succeed.
Please come back for specific assistance. You will be welcomed, and find a lot of advice from some very learned professionals.
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