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Discovering Target Market

Evaluating your competition and their marketing strategies is another way you can define your own target market. Looking at how they market and who they seem to be marketing to will give you an idea of your industry’s ideal customer.

As you probe deeper into your target market, you need to determine whether or not you can effectively reach those people. Study your target demographic and their purchasing patterns. If you have a brick-and-mortar store, also look into your target market’s geographic location. You can use this information to find out if the people that live closest to your store are the same people who want to buy from you. If you are solely operating online, learning about your potential customers’ location and shopping habits can help you reach those customers.

As your business grows, so should your marketing efforts. Over time you may have to redefine your target market and change up how you are marketing to them. You will need to consider if the direct marketing methods you’re using now will still be effective later on down the line. You also may decide to expand your current target market to include other newly discovered prospects. If you want to grow your business you constantly need to be working your marketing plan.

The best way to succeed at selling your products is to market directly to those who are genuinely interested. Once you figure out who your customers are, what they need and how they shop, you will have a good idea of who you should be focusing your marketing efforts on. By arming yourself with as much information about your ideal customer as you can, you can push your sales over the top.