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February 08, 2012
Setting Goals For Marketing
By John Jantsch
This poll question is a bit loaded and, not that I want to skew the results, the answer for most lies in the fact that they don't really know what results they expected or what result they are actually getting. Mostly they know the results aren't what they had hoped for, but that's another issue.

Setting expectations

One of the simplest, yet most effective, things you can do is set expectations or goals for your marketing. You can create overall revenue goa55ls, campaign goals or more product or service specific goals, but either way, simply defining a target number will prove to be one of the best first steps.

Goals are like magnets in a way. If we define them and measure our results towards achieving them, they can produce some pretty dramatic pull.

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