How to Write a Marketing Plan in 15 Minutes a Day – Second Edition

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How to Write a Marketing Plan in 15 Minutes a Day – Second Edition

If I told you how to write a marketing plan – from start to finish – in 20 days working just 15 minutes a day, you might not believe me, right? The truth is, writing a marketing plan doesn’t have to be hard. As long as you are clear on your business, customers and goals, a robust marketing plan is only a matter of organizing your ideas and preparing to deploy and test them.

Two years ago I published a series of blog posts on how to write a marketing plan (and why marketers make it a much harder task than it needs to be.) Eventually I compiled the actual steps into a free eBook,  How to Write a Marketing Plan in 15 Minutes a Day. Even though it hasn’t felt like it, two years have gone by since the initial publication of that eBook. I decided to release a new edition to incorporate some of the changes in our industry since then. However, it remains a simple tool for creating that marketing plan you’ve always planned to get to, but never could.

The eBook explains not only strategy and tactics, but:

  • How to identify and reach your best customer.
  • Ways to identify existing marketing efforts that work and eliminate those that don’t.
  • The importance of strategies.
  • How to link tactics and utilize integrated marketing communications for maximum results.
  • Conducting long-term measurements of your results.

The eBook also contains suggested resources for further learning. It really is meant to be an easy task over the next 20 days, but it will be effective guaranteed or your money back! (Just kidding, it’s free. But I would never waste your time.)

Download the free eBook How to Write a Marketing Plan in 15 Minutes a Day.

Let me know what you think, or if you have questions, in the comments below.

1 Comment
  • Asna Ahmed
    Posted at 07:14h, 15 February Reply

    Preparation is key!!!
    Your marketing department might encompass digital marketing, print advertisement, ppc management, website optimization, visual identity/branding, event marketing, etc I have been doing marketing for my venture GLEAMDIVA( As a digital marketing agency, this marketing plan discussion will focus mostly on the digital marketing aspect, but the strategies and concepts in this post can be expanded to encompass your entire marketing department. For today’s marketers, creating an integrated marketing plan that includes social media marketing, content marketing, email marketing and SEO — all tenets of a strong digital marketing, or inbound marketing strategy — is necessary in order to attract and convert buyers in a digital age.Its very very important for every business to do marketing in such a way to have maximum profit.

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