Tell Them or They Won't Know!Author: karen grahams
is a very simple tenet in marketing, 'If you don't tell them, they won't know.' Follow
this tenet and you will never need another guiding principle. This
is very simple yet the most powerful. So when you are making a presentation
or designing a brochure printing ad, make sure that you are telling
your audience or your prospective clients what you want them to know.
About the Author:
Telling people want you want them to know can be achieved by following,
you've guessed it right, these simple steps:
First, you have to be clear with your mission. What is that you want
to tell your audience or your prospective client? Do you want to
them to understand what your company stands for? Do you want to persuade
your client to switch to your brand? This point has to be clear.
More than that, your mission has to be in line with your need of
your audience. This means that your mission must be tailored to answer
an audience's particular need: information, recognition, power, etc.
Design your mission objective by offering a hook. A hook is what
catches your audience's attention. When doing a business presentation, you can start with a personal story, an anecdote, a statistic, an expert opinion, etc. This way you get your audience 'hooked' to the rest of your presentation. When designing a brochure printing, you don't
go directly to what you are selling. Try establishing first the need
for your product or service. Regale them with testimonials, personal
stories, user statistics, etc. The point is you want to share with
them what others think of your product or service. What you want
is to establish a personal rapport with your audience.
Second, you can now proceed to the body of your presentation. Make each point and illustrate it with evidence or arguments. Evidence or arguments are your tools to convince your audience. However, as a rule of thumb, you must only have three key points. More than that and your points or evidences are forgotten. As the speaker or presenter you have so many information but your audience can only take in so much. So if you have twenty points, try dumping some of them or combining them with some of your major points. This goes for your brochures or other marketing collaterals, limit your message to three distinguishable main points. Consult your brochure printing services provider for a good layout that will highlight your key points.
Finally, recap what you just told them. This is important because this reinforces the entire presentation. In a brochure printing, this is not necessary because your audience takes the collateral with them. Whereas for presentations, they will leave with nothing other than your words and some pleasant memory of your presentation.
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Karen Grahams has keen interest in Internet Marketing, which began roughly four years ago. Writing has always been her passion. She is continually striving to enhance her interest by developing internet strategies.
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