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What is a Marketing Consultation?

Similar to a brand audit, marketing consultations don't always have the best reputation. However, they are a vital part of your business marketing strategy, especially when you're not seeing the return on investment you expect from your marketing.
Let's dive into what a marketing consultation is and the reasons why you might need one.
Definition of a Marketing Consultation
A marketing consultation is when a marketing specialist comes to your business and learns about your current marketing strategy. They'll examine everything from your strategy and target audience to your brand's message and your overall industry presence.
Purpose of a Marketing Consultation
The purpose of a marketing consultation is to get a neutral third party’s perspective on your current marketing effectiveness and uncover areas for further development. The marketing consultant will evaluate your strategy’s strengths and weaknesses, as well as identify new opportunities for your marketing.
Your marketing consultant will also look at how your competition approaches marketing and will identify areas where they may be lacking and how you can take advantage of that in your own marketing.
Top Reasons Why You Might Need a Marketing Consultation
You may need a marketing consultation if you’re not getting enough return on investment with your current paid marketing and can’t figure out why that’s happening. Marketing consultants are experts at studying analytics and evaluating marketing effectiveness, so they’ll be able to get to the bottom of why you’re not getting enough return on investment and how you can fix it.
If you’re doing all of your marketing in-house without someone specifically in charge of the marketing, a consultant can also set your marketing in the right direction with a strategic framework.
Let's face it: you know your business inside and out. If there's a gap in your brand messaging, you can easily cross that gap. Your audience can't do that, and a consultant will help you close that gap.
When business slows down and you're not completely sure why, a marketing consultant can dig deep and find those answers for you.
A consultant can also come up with new ideas based on their research into your marketing. This will give you a strong starting point for your next campaign and set you up to build better tomorrows.
A marketing consultation is a smart business move when you’re looking to improve your marketing but aren’t sure where to start. A consultant can pinpoint what's working and what should change to get an even better return on your investment.
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Emily Goodwin
I'm the Digital Marketing Coordinator here at Neon Supply! I specialize in researching, designing, and implementing multi-channel marketing plans.