Is 2012 already stressing you out?

Recently, I posted an article providing tips on how to plan for your 2012 marketing communications strategy. I received a lot of feedback from readers who appreciated the tips on “beginning”. As you can imagine, my article also raised additional questions from organizations that don’t have a full-time marketing person on staff.

If you are postponing the task, or getting stressed out trying to figure out how to grow your market share, or how to allocate precious financial resources to get the biggest bang for your dollar—please call me (214-528-5775). I have more than three decades of experience that will help you narrow the choices and assist your organization achieve its goals.

Most of our clients depend on SRJ as their internal marketing department. We provide turnkey solutions that will maximize your budget and create the changes you seek. We do more than help with your strategic planning, we are also available to help execute the tactical elements that are crucial to the success of the plan.

From communication assessments to competitive market analysis, marketing plan development to customer service training programs, my team and I have the skills that will help you make the most out of the internal and financial resources available.

With so many options now available to get your company name in front of your prospects—and the new emerging marketing tools that everyone keeps talking about, maybe it is time to consider whether you would benefit from outsourcing your marketing program. You could save yourself time and money in the long run by working with an agency (aka SRJ) that specializes in an integrated marketing solution.

As our economy continues to slowly recover, incredible opportunities are available to those who are maintaining relationships and cultivating new ones. The time to begin thinking about how to capture new market share and enhance our relationship with existing customers for the upcoming year is now.

As it has been said by Winston Churchill, “He who fails to plan is planning to fail.” Give me a call. You’ll be glad you did.