Snow Angel Marketing

It’s January, and it’s cold. Many of us might think that the winter months are for hibernating but in most businesses, winter and the first of the year is a perfect time to create and launch new marketing initiatives.  It’s just like making Snow Angels.

Picking out the “PERFECT SPOT”

Let’s say you’re looking to launch a new brand.  Picking out the perfect spot to market and launch your brand is critical. In the snow angel world, you want that untouched, perfect snowy-white blanket to reveal your masterpiece. Once you’ve decided on where to launch your targeted campaign, this is the perfect spot to implement your marketing strategy.

Taking the “BIG JUMP & SPREADING YOUR WINGS”

Just like in making a real snow angel, once you start your marketing, commit to the plan and spread those wings – making the perfect marketing snow angel.  Some of the greatest fails are due to knee-jerk reactions and not following the plan you created in the first place.

Share it, show it, let everyone know it! Make a marketing snow angel with Matt Bolas – send him an email at matt@thehighroadagency.com to learn more!

Written by Matt Bolas

Written by Matt Bolas

Partner Success Manager & Tourism Development Specialist Contact Matt

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