Your marketing should communicate what you can do for others, as well as what your audience could benefit from your provided services and products. A lot of the times marketing can miss its mark, most times this is because they may have aimed for the wrong target or have spread their message too thin and thus becomes diluted (vs being concentrated and hitting with a heavy dose where it counts – like in the ‘feels’). A favorite quote of mine states the following:
You need to ‘Woo’ your audience.
You want them to trust you, and you do that by posting relevant content that speaks to them, about them, and for them.~ Rachel Miller
Having fun with some simple, visually focused ideas for billboard designs. One was for identity theft (of course lol visually simplistic, but spot on) and the other was for homeowners insurance (a little more left to the audience’s imagination).
The following is a look into the the work put forth to help market the brand of Lovegevity and their LWPI services of programs, including their schools and classes.
Case Study – Lovegevity/LWPI Marketing Campaigns
Below are graphics from our “12 Days of Christmas” marketing campaign, where we took our students and graduates, pulled their reviews of the course, interviewed them with some Q&As, and combined all these elements into our Student Spotlights – which doubled in promoting our students as well as selling our CWEP (Certified Wedding & Event Planning) course. We themed everything around the original song about the 12 days of Christmas, but with a wedding planning twist:
Marketing Designs for Courses, Classes, Internships and ‘Taking The Pledge’
I hope you enjoyed some of my above A+mazing marketing skills!
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