Generate quality enquiries and make more sales - with our small business marketing consultancy services
We provide small business marketing consultancy services for startups and SMEs – these could help you improve marketing activity, generate quality enquiries, and produce great sales results. The small business marketing consultancy is provided by Emma, the Director of Brand Planning Ltd, who has worked in the digital sector for the past 20 years.
Emma is a highly trained sales professional alongside being a digital marketing and SEO specialist. Her multi-faceted skillset means she is a good choice of marketing consultant for small businesses.
Emma has held various senior level roles in sales, marketing and SEO, including positions for a number of well-known brands. She has led teams to successfully deliver numerous large web-development projects, and high levels of traffic. In addition, she is an experienced creative writer and copywriter.
Emma has worked in the digital sector for over 20 years. She uses the extensive experience and knowledge gained throughout this time when providing our range of small business marketing consultancy services to SMEs.
Sales & marketing consultancy
Strong sales foundations, and a good sales strategy are two important considerations when undertaking marketing consultancy for small businesses. We can help give you a better understanding of sales aspects and help with sales planning. This should help your marketing activity be more successful online and offline, and help you make more sales (gain more new business)
We also cover key things that help you develop, market and grow your brand cost effectively. To find out more about our small business marketing consultancy services please contact us.
Why use a marketing consultant?
To maximise returns from your marketing budget
To create a strategy to build your brand
To avoid pitfalls and time wasting
For specialist keyword and SEO knowledge
To help you understand the digital marketplace
Key things we help with
Research and planning – USP’s, messaging and positioning
Brand identity – concepts, names, tag lines, logos and elevator pitches
Keyword and hashtag research and strategies for cross channel use
Sales, marketing, SEO, social media and website planning
Supplier introductions and project management
How important is your website?
- 1It should be very important.
- 2It should be aligned to your brand and sit centrally to all your sales and marketing activity
- 3It is essentially your “shop window”
- 4All roads lead to your website! You can drive traffic to your website from most marketing channels
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