So you asked about our “perfect target market” – ours is small businesses, which have approximately 100 workers or less, which are NOT publicly traded, where in fact the owner could be the driving force behind the company and places in 70-80 hours per week. This business proprietor has also to want to do marketing with regards to their online businesses, and also have the ability to precisely handle the influx of clients which will arrive at their business.
We likewise have a couple of consumers which are non-profit businesses, that are great, they can market, and tend to be more open to creative ideas as they tend to have more of a “free pass” on how.
We once assisted an individual get yourself a great deal of phone phone telephone calls with regards to their business, and so they were totally overwhelmed simply because they didn’t have enough help, in turn upset a couple of clients. It had been bad.
Great post Ray – we love your idea provoking ideas.
Janis Reese says
Target advertising in my experience is it really count, that would be the person I would aim for if I had only one arrow left and wanted to make!