What makes a Good Marketer? - [Top 3 Qualities]:
A good marketer is someone who understands their audience and knows how to appeal to them. They are creative and strategic, and always looking for new ways to reach their target market.
A good marketer is also a good communicator, able to clearly articulate their ideas and vision to their team. But here are the top 3 qualities of a good marketer that set them apart from others.
“A 2022 Merkle study found that a whopping 90% of consumers are willing to share more data about themselves if they have a positive experience with a brand”- Infillion Research Report [Location Data]
Top 3 Qualities of a Marketing Professional or a Good Marketer:
One of the most important is to have a good understanding of the target customer. Understanding who the target customer is, their needs, desires, and also what they want from a product or service is critical to marketing success.
This also includes knowing about their concerns and objections.
Being passionate about the product or service that being sold or offered and have a genuine desire to help their clients and customers.
Another important quality is Creativity. Creating catchy marketing campaigns that appeal to customers is critical to success.
This process also includes creating content that triggers or alerts potential customer’s emotions that makes them take action and uses other psychological principles of persuasion techniques or strategies. Operating awareness about basic marketing tools is a must.
A good marketer is always evolving and improving their marketing campaigns, while also learning from past mistakes.
Finally, patience is also important. Marketing campaigns take time to take effect, so it can be frustrating if results are not seen right away. Keep going and don't stop experimenting.
A consistent effort could help to find opportunities that might uniquely benefit the company or business in generating leads and sales [revenue].
“People buy from people they trust and they trust people they like” – Garrison Wynn
Pro-Tip: Do things for free [which are low cost and occasionally] and give them away for free, without compromising the quality. This way, not only builds the brand but also creates a sense of value for customers, which that in turn encourages retention and return visits.
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