Tips On Increasing The Success Rate Of Your Marketing Campaign


Creating a marketing campaign that will run for several weeks requires months of preparation. You have to analyze the market, after all, and realize what your target audience wants to see and hear. In case the team that helped you previously does not seem to do your business good, you will have to recruit and retain new people for the advertising job. Then, there are the vital tasks of designing your promotional materials, aiming for grammatical perfection, and getting the overall vibe of the campaign.

“Successful people are driven to succeed. They have a psychological need to achieve their goals and status is important to them,” wrote Brad Klontz PsyD, CFP. A reality that many marketers fail to add to the equation, however, is the possibility of not gaining much success despite their hard work. If we take the brands at your local supermarket as an example, you may notice that some of the display racks dedicated to the products of one label are fuller than the others even with the banners, freebies, and point-of-sale stands they have in store. No one can say that that particular brand has been cost-cutting because the ads are all over the place. Yet, it is likely that the marketing team did not think things through before launching the operation.

If your objective is to avoid that kind of disaster and increase the success rate of your advertising campaign, you may heed the tips below.

  1. Ensure That Your Strategies Match The Company Goals

For every marketing scheme you wish to employ, you should make sure that it is compatible with the goals of the company. For instance, the goods you are trying to promote are all eco-friendly. You may get a bad rep for creating advertising items out of plastic materials, which are non-biodegradable. The same idea applies to brands that endorse healthy living but offer free products that may keep people on the couch for hours.

  1. Figure Out What Forms Of Advertisement Work Best For Your Target Consumers

Although a few companies produce similar goodies, their target audience may not always be identical. Say, Kellogg’s Special K and Cheerios are both cereal brands that people love to eat in the morning. However, the former is better for diabetics, while the latter is more recommendable for kids in general.

From that deduction alone, you can tell that the marketing paraphernalia that the brands will use should be different. Hence, Kellogg’s can talk about the benefits of eating their cereals for folks with diabetes. The company can also put up a blood sugar testing booth somewhere to promote the product. Meanwhile, since the children are the primary consumers of the Cheerios brand, they can add toys in the box or let a mascot roam the supermarkets where the goods may be.

  1. Set Your Parameters

It matters as well to define some parameters that will affect your campaign. Technically speaking, you need to decide on how long it will run. That can give you an idea of how much your budget should be. Alternatively, you can do it the other way around to ensure that you won’t spend more than necessary.

Once you manage to cover such things, you may then consider how you will want to measure your success. Should it be via the number of likes, hearts, or retweets on social media? Should you base it on the number of sales you have made in a specific period? You can pick either or both to ensure that you’ll be able to monitor the effects of your advertisements.

  1. Run The Campaign With Confidence

Finally, you need to set your worries aside and launch your ads confidently. It is not the time to think about your competitor giving away a car or laptops, while you are merely offering products at discounted prices. You should not fear about others using catchier words than you either. When you entertain such thoughts, you will undoubtedly lose your motivation to advertise your brand well.

According to Hendrie Weisinger, PhD,  “The catalyst to bring the function of confidence to life is the realization that your actions influence your results. In other words, “it’s up to you.” If you do not believe in this fully, you will not make efforts to do your best since the outcome is out of your control.”


“What marketing approaches are working best?” asked Marty Nemko, PhD. “Do more of what’s yielding the most clients you enjoy working with and, if income is important to you, the most income. Of course, do less of what’s not working, or stop doing that.

Don’t forget these tips when you have a marketing campaign to launch. Good luck!

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