Marketing Plan Development and Management

Do you need a marketing plan...?

"Would you tell me please which way I ought to go from here?" asked Alice.
"That depends a good deal on where you want to get to," said The Cat.
"I really don’t much care where..."
"Then it doesn’t much matter which way you go," said The Cat.
-Lewis Carroll, Alice in Wonderland

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: How much of a sales increase should I expect?

Q: How much of a sales increase should I expect?

A: Many variables come into play here, but experience shows that Sales Associates usually miss 50% of the opportunities to suggestive sell.

Q: What benefit is this program for my staff?

Q: What benefit is this program for my staff?

A: Commissions and tips greatly increase as the customer is made aware of options they may not have known you offer. Increased job satisfaction.

Q: How will we know if this program is working?

Q: How will we know if this program is working?

A: We provide ongoing assessments through the eyes of your typical customer

Q: What is Marketing?

Q: What is Marketing?

A: Ask a dozen different people to define marketing, and chances are you'll get a dozen different answers. That's because marketing can be a confusing concept.

  • We define marketing as the red line of action between an idea, its delivery, and customer use
  • We consider marketing to be THE principle business function

Marketing begins long before you initiate a sale and continues well after it has closed. In fact, it should touch virtually everything your company does.

Q: Is Marketing Necessary?

Q: Is Marketing Necessary?

A: The answer is yes if you expect to:

  • Catch the eye of the potential customer / prospect
  • Win a share of the pie
  • Initiate word of mouth
  • Dramatically increase sales volume and profit

Q: Do I Need a Plan?

Q: Do I Need a Plan?

A: Making good marketing decisions is similar to making good decisions in any other area of your business; you won't get far if you don't have defined objectives. Without planning and intelligent commitment of resources, marketing becomes erratic, short term and ineffective.

Q: What is the Ultimate Aim of Marketing?

Q: What is the Ultimate Aim of Marketing?

A: The ultimate goal of marketing is to know and understand your customers so well that your product or service sells itself.

How to Reach Us?

Quest Marketing Services

P.O. Box 2108
Malta, NY 12020

Phone & Email

Phone

Toll Free: 888.752.7586
Fax: 518.899.6862

Email

info@qms4mkt.com