Marketing Managers Increase Company Profits by Approaching Their Digital Marketing Budgets with New Guide Released by Fannit

The Seattle marketing firm has released a new free guide on how to develop a modern-day Digital Marketing budget.

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What to Include in a Marketing Budget
Focusing on revenue goals forces a marketing manager...to reverse engineer their budget to a pre-determined goal.

(PRWEB) February 23, 2014

Marketing managers and business owners often start their budget planning with the question, “How much should my business budget for marketing?” Fannit Marketing Strategist, Tony Lael, debunks the typical thought process and then encourages managers to approach their marketing from a different question.

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Mr. Lael shows how developing a digital marketing budget should be pivotal to one question, “what are our revenue goals and what does our marketing need to do to bring us enough conversion opportunities to make the sales hit those goals?”

Focusing on revenue goals forces a marketing manager or business owner to reverse engineer their budget to a pre-determined goal while focusing on budget alone generally yields a more “shot gun” approach to marketing.     

Get the free guide to developing a Digital Marketing budget here.

About Fannit
Fannit.com uses the Internet, social media and email to help you connect with prospective new customers and current customers to generate business growth and improve reputation. Fannit uses unique Internet marketing techniques like search engine marketing (SEM), content development, search engine optimization (SEO), pay per click (PPC), social media marketing (SMM), Lead Conversion Strategies and email marketing to help you grow your business.

Fannit’s corporate offices are located 2911 Hewitt Ave Everett, WA 98201, but serve clients across the US, Canada and Europe.


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