New Year´s Marketing Resolutions

blog december

 

Another year has passed, and it’s time to put 2022 behind us to make waves for 2023. While some will be hitting the gym and chomping on nicotine gum, you can ensure you are set up for success next year. Furthermore, as New year’s resolutions are a perfect way to reflect on the previous year and start thinking of ways to make some positive changes for the upcoming year, what about marketing Resolutions? 

To ensure you become a stronger marketer for the sake of your business, we’ve enlisted a few suggestions for marketing resolutions that you can stick to, which would help make a difference in the next year. 

Commit to learn something about marketing every month


There are hundreds of ways you could put this on the calendar and hold to this resolution. Every month you could commit to attending a webinar, buying or listening to a podcast on a specific marketing topic, etc.

You don’t have to learn everything about marketing all at once. But you do owe it to yourself to learn continuously. Pick a different marketing topic for each month and determine your preferred learning method.

Commit to write something about your area of expertise every month

 

Writing is probably the single most important marketing skill you can master. The good news is that you get to write about what you already know. Think of how much you’d be getting the word out about what you’re great at if you wrote and distributed something every month. Finding ways to share what you write will serve as a client-attracting marketing tool.

Commit to testing your attention by getting messages every month

 

Put some networking events on your calendar for each month of the year. Just test your attention by getting messages to see who asks you to tell them a bit more about you. The first thing you say when someone asks, “What do you do,” should create some interest and get your listeners to ask for more information.

Like all those exercise resolutions you made in the past, even scheduling just a few hours a week or a month will make a difference when planning your New Year’s Marketing Resolutions.