Innovation is the rethinking of corporate marketing strategy. No
longer is it enough to simply add new products and enter new markets,
existing markets must be addressed in the context of today’s
The goal of a marketing plan is to get the customers attention
turned towards your product. Determining just what customers need
is a complicated process. Variables range from items that are functional
and necessary all the way over to the opposite of the scale, luxuries
and extravagance items.
Product, Price, Place, and Promotion make up the four basic components
of a successful marketing strategy. In order to develop a good marketing
plan, you must develop a strategy to ensure the customer knows that
you are providing a good product at a great price.
In all marketing, the ultimate target is the customer. The goal
of the marketing plan is to identify a need, and then develop a
product or service to satisfy that need.
Marketing research is one method of determining what that need
Primary research is that gleaned from personal observation and questioning.
You interpret it yourself. Secondary data is often in the form of
reports, and was complied from an outside source. Secondary data
can come from both the inside structure of a company, or the outside
organizations that the company interacts with. In any case, all
of these sources should be used and mined to collect all of the
The more you know about your customer, the better you will be able
to serve them, and the more your company will grow as a result.
A SWOTT analysis is an evaluation of the situation framing your
business. Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, Threats, and Trends
should all be examined as they apply to your specific business goals.
Developing your new website is a good place to begin to address
the issues revealed in your SWOTT analysis. As we work with you
to analyze the situation from all sides, we take the opportunity
- Maximize your Strengths and Opportunities
- Minimize your Weaknesses and Threats
- Consider the Trends that affect your business
This will help you to choose the best course of action, and help
us to design a website that truly reflects your business direction.
Legal and Regulatory
Legal and regulatory issues are an important part of an E-Commerce
website, just as they would be for a traditional business.
A business makes a considerable investment when developing an
image and creating an online persona. Once the marketing analysis
is complete and the company name chosen, a plethora of legal and
regulatory issues must be addressed. These are in place for both
the protection of the business and the customers.
There are reputable search organizations who provide search and
name registration services, and intellectual property attorneys
who will review your specific situation and make legal recommendations.
In many cases, a business lawyer will perform all of these functions
When you purchase a website from TRI Web Group, you gain the copyright
to your custom designed graphics, layouts, and site content. This
ensures that the money you spend building your brand is never wasted
- you maintain ownership.
Call us now to find out how you can have our business
expertise integrated into your new business website!
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