Strategic Marketing Theories Explained – Marketing Audit (1 of 6) - Episode 135
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Intro This is part one of six.
Over the next six weeks we’ll have a slightly different feel on the podcast, It’s just going to be me, myself and I, as I chat through six of the most important and influential theory’s within Marketing today.
This six part series is actually the second season in reviewing, explaining and demonstrating how to use these powerful Marketing tools, but it’s the first time I’ve shared it on the podcast.
Why am I doing this? I’ve partnered up with Professional Academy (intro to them later) to bring all those aspiring Marketers six explainer live episodes, which you can catch on a Thursday (link in the show notes)
This has been put together to make you a better All-Round Marketer, from Auditing, right through to controls and measurements.
This week we take a look at THE MARKETING AUDIT
Watch the video series: https://bit.ly/35AEWrA
Podcast Summary The best audits don’t assume anything, it is a fact-finding mission form which analysis can be drawn
To do this correctly you need to understand the various models that are available and their place with the audit
Data overload is a thing. You can analysis to much without any action. Get what you need to draw conclusions and implement.
Don’t be scared to use models in part, mix and match or develop them yourself, it’s all about getting the best data in a manageable format for you to draw conclusions, do worry about getting the models wrong or using them in a way that is slightly different to the norm.
It’s all about gaining the best insight and learning from what is available to you in order to develop strategic decisions to move forward
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