What happens when you realise your path is entrepreneurship rather than employment? Lindsay takes up the challenge and shares an account of her journey as it unfolds…
I’m getting on with everything after having had a couple of weeks off. Nothing big to tell you, except about nuance and how important details are in getting things right.
For example, apparently there’s a 33% higher response rate to a more personalised communicationsthan generalised communications. It takes a little more time to customise, but it’s detail well worth paying attention to.
Here are a more on those lines I’ve found:
The devil is in the detail with …. social media
Social media experts will tell anyone that investing in social is a great idea. But there’s a payback scale to watch out for before you spend time or money:
- Level 1 –how much people know the concept – WHAT you are selling (such as socks, widgets)
- Level 2 – how much people have seen the brand you are putting to that product or service
- Level 3 – how many touch points people have had with your brand and product or service, and the quality of those (such as heard a presentation, read an article, experienced the product).
The lower you are on that scale, the less effective social media marketing will be – because the extent to which people can relate to your offer determines their likelihood to react.
MBTI is a very well known, widely implemented psychometric tool. Social media promotions will probably get a return on investment.
Mirror Mirror however, is actually selling something people don’t know they need, the brand is not at all known, and people are very unlikely to have experienced its story, philosophy or process.
Everyone needs a digital footprint, however. That’s why I’ve decided to go for a marketing plan with 95% relationship building and 5% online PR.
Now I can focus better.
The devil is in the detail with …. data reporting
Now that we’re more than half way through building up our new reporting tool based on Tableau, I can see our draft report formats in a new light.
The way that lines are shaded, that blocks are coloured, that space is made on a page of data is absolutely critical, let alone bringing the numbers together in a way that tells an insightful and compelling story.
The devil is in the detail with …. almost everything, it seems… Gone are the days of flippant, adrenaline-fuelled, gut instinct. Boring, but better, I guess 😊
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