6 Marketing Task Hou Have To Do For Your Business.

Marketing your business is something that has to be done consistently. If you want to continue to reach new audiences, grow your following, and get more customers, you have to strategically put your business in front of them!

If you want to build a strong brand, marketing needs to be a part of your day to day tasks to ensure you are building that foundation.

Where most people go wrong is they don’t know HOW or WHAT to do to market their businesses. In fact, some of the most common issues business owners battle with are:

  • How do i market my business?
  • There’s so many things to do, what’s most important and what do I focus on?
  • How can I make  big sales in a short frame of time?
  • What will get me the BIGGEST results?

While all of these can’t be answered, I can get you started and tell you the marketing tasks you need to be involved with consistently to get the best results for your business.

Here Are The 6 Marketing Tasks You Have to Do To Get Consistent Results For Your Business:


This is the most IMPORTANT part of your marketing and most often overlooked. Although it can be overwhelming but the fact is, once you have a plan it will be so much easier to follow.

You have to know where you’re going before you can get there!

Think of it like it’s a new year, and you’re simply mappingout your plans or goals for the year in your diary.

Planning is like a road map in which you have to strike out which streets to take to get you to your destination and once you have your plan, you can get exactly where you need to be. It’s the same with planning for your business.

So now  WHAT do I plan?

Start by planning out your objectives for the month. What do you need to achieve? BE SPECIFIC.

For example;

Grow Twitter by 1,000 new followers   vs     Grow Social Media Fan Base 

By specifying Twitter, I know I need to focus my efforts on that ONE platform and can make a strategy that meets that exact objective rather than being a little bit everywhere

Here is a quick breakdown on objectives you might have  for your monthly marketing planning session:

  • Launching a new product, service, or program.
  • Get 1,000 new followers on Twitter.
  • Design new online branding for cohesive customer touch points
  • Generate 10,000 unique website visitors
  • Get 20 new paying customers
  • Create a Holiday Promotion or flash sales(Valentine’s Day, 4th of July, Christmas, etc..)
  • Host a Customer Appreciation Day to get referrals from existing and past clients

Once you have your objectives the month, focus on 1 – 2 main objectives. Your marketing needs to be FOCUSED and this will help you stay on track instead of being overwhelmed or scattered.

After you narrow down your 2 objectives, you can then plan out how you’re going to achieve them. Everything you do for the month will center around these objectives.

Your blog posts, your emails, and your social media content should all be working in support of your  main goal.

For example;

Objective: Get 1,000 new followers on Twitter

Your marketing plan should look like this:

Marketing Plan:

  • Host a Twitter Giveaway
    • Entrants must like, re-tweet and comment on the page to enter (This will allow their social media networks to see it and enter the giveaway also!)
  • Share on other platforms encouraging them to enter the Giveaway, which gets them to like our page and share with their friends, which helps us hit our goals.
  • Run a Twitter Ad to get more likes on the page

See how once we decided what we wanted to achieve, we could break down the steps to get there?


Social Media has become a phenomenal tool for business owners to connect with their potential customers. This is where many business owners struggle.

They don’t have the bandwidth to create or find new content, create custom graphics, schedule it or even post it! This is very crucial for brand.

Social Media HAS to be incorporated into your every day marketing and most importantly, you have to be consistent. 


You will have to invest some time into social media and the most important thing to remember is you have to be consistent.

You can’t just post once a month or every few days, you have to post at least once a day.  This is A LOT of content you’ll need to share but that’s because your social media will make the biggest impact in your results for the month.

Imagine your target audience is a stay at home mom, or a work from home employee. They check their social accounts in the morning and checks them in the evening.

If you only post once a day, and it’s not when they’re online, they may never see your post.

Let’s look at it another way: You post once a day, you reach 100 people with that post. You post again and reach 70 people. By posting twice, you’ve reached 170 people.

Any time you can reach more people, that is a strategy you should use.

You will see a HUGE improvement when you use social media consistently so if you haven’t already, take the leap and go for it! You have nothing to lose.


Advertisment should be done every single day. Yes, every single day! Your marketing budget should include advertisements  ensure you are GROWING and getting in front of a new audience.

When you reach more people, more people know about your business, which means  more people can buy from you. Now, your budget doesn’t have to be thousands or even hundreds of Naira. You can make a significant impact with just a little amount of money a day.

In fact, with social media advertising an option, you can advertise on Facebook, Pinterest, or Instagram for as low as #1000 a day!! The return is well worth the cost.

Let’s say with your #1000 a day advertisement, you reach 5,000 new people (Meaning, 5,000 people see your ad), and just ONE of those people buy a #5,000 product. Your ad is paid for and anything else you sell becomes PURE profit.

There is a bit of a learning that should be done when it comes to advertising because it’s worth the time investment to learn these platforms for your business.


Of course you need to promote your business every month. BUT, what I see from several business owners is they don’t balance their promotion.

They either only use social media to promote, promote, promote or they’re too scared they’ll lose fans and they NEVER promote. Or maybe 1 promo and that’s it.

This is going to go back to marketing tactic #1 Planning, because have to integrate your promotions in your business.

For example, you’re a social media influencer. You can simply use 80% of the time to post valuable engaging content for your fans. 20% of the time to promote your business.


Email is a marketing tool that you HAVE to start using. Email marketing is alive and well, in fact, it converts.

McKinsey said;

“Email is 40 times more effective at acquiring new customers than Facebook or Twitter”

Email is effective because it’s a step that comes after someone finds your business and continues the relationship.

It’s unlikely a client just magically joins your email list.Instead, they probably saw you somewhere online, maybe in your store, an ad, or on social media.

They learned more about you, liked what you had to offer and decided to opt in to your email list for an incentive or maybe  just to stay up to date with you.

THEY made the choice to agree to get more information  this is a BIG deal because once they decide to trust you, they’re more likely to BUY from you.

Give people online a way to connect with you via email. Offer them a discount, an incentive, a free report, a free sample or something in exchange for their email address. Then, use email to communicate with them every month! Stay on their radar and make offers.

Don’t rely solely on your social media to get your marketing messages out there. By capturing people who are visiting your website or seeing you on social media, you are creating new opportunities for more business.


At the end of your month, REVIEW your stats.

  • Look at your numbers, how much did you improve over 30 days?
    • Get SPECIFIC with your numbers:
      • Sales
      • New Customers / Lost Customers
      • Website Traffic
      • Email Subscribers
      • Advertising Results
      • Social Media Followers total and per network
      • Monthly Profit or Monthly Losses
      • Expenses
  • Record the numbers, write them down!
  • Did you hit your goals and objectives you set at the beginning of the month? (Why / Why not?)
  • Based on these results, what works? What didn’t?
  • Based on these results, what do you want to focus on next month?

This is not the fun part of marketing but it will certainly give you a lot of data to make the next decisions in your business.


I hope you find this Article insightful! Let us know what marketing tasks worked for you in the comments 😀.  Don’t forget to share 😉 

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