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    4 Marketing Ideas that You Should Use Daily

    4 Marketing Ideas that You Should Use Daily

    In marketing, success is often determined by the ability to adapt and stay ahead of the curve. To thrive in this ever-evolving landscape, marketers must make a commitment to consistent daily actions that foster growth and fresh thinking. We’ve isolated four things that we think you—as marketers—should do every day to stay competitive and achieve your company or business marketing goals.  

    1. Stay informed and educated  

    Marketing is a vibrant field perpetually in flux because of changes in consumer behavior, technology, economic shifts and market trends. To keep up with these changes, marketers should make it a daily habit to stay informed and educated. This involves reading industry news, blogs and reports, using new tools and platforms, attending webinars and conferences and following thought leaders (or being one!) on social media. 

    Staying informed allows marketers to gain valuable insights into emerging trends and technologies. It will enable you to anticipate shifts in consumer behavior and adapt your strategies accordingly. Additionally, continuous education helps you expand your skills and stay competitive in a changing landscape. 

    A favorite reminder to stay aware is GOAL. Get out and look. The acronym is often found on a service vehicle as a reminder to not back out or turn without checking the surroundings, but it works as a prompt for those who need reminding that they live in a bigger world. 

    Consider a deeper dig into your community in ways that don’t require your marketing brain, but do require your humanness. Embrace your community by leading a Red Cross blood drive, cleaning a section of the highway in the Adopt-A-Highway program, staffing an animal shelter event, or donating building materials and labor for Habitat for Humanity projects. Make it a regular event and involve your entire staff. 

    Then, when you turn your marketing brain back on, you’ll have refreshed your perspective and created valuable relationships. 

    By making a daily commitment to staying informed, educated and expanding their community view, marketers can make better informed decisions grounded in real-time understanding. 

    2. Analyze data and metrics 

    Data is the lifeblood of modern marketing. Marketers should make it a daily routine to analyze data and metrics to evaluate the performance of their campaigns and strategies. This includes monitoring website traffic, social media engagement, email open rates, conversion rates and other relevant KPIs

    Analyzing data provides pivotal insights into what is working and what needs improvement. Marketers can identify which campaigns are driving the most ROI, which customer segments are most valuable and where there may be bottlenecks in the sales funnel. By regularly reviewing data, marketers can make data-driven decisions and optimize strategies in real time. 

    If you’re not on-board with doing this daily, consider how AI capabilities are expanding in ways that can do much of it for you.  

    “AI marketing is the process of using AI capabilities like data collection, data-driven analysis, natural language processing (NLP) and machine learning (ML) to deliver customer insights and automate critical marketing decisions,” according to IBM. “Today, AI technologies are being used more widely than ever to generate content, improve customer experiences and deliver more accurate results.” 

    As part of data and metrics, marketers should use A/B testing and experimentation to refine their approaches. By tweaking headlines, imagery, calls to action and other elements, they can refine their strategies incrementally. This iterative approach to marketing ensures that campaigns become progressively more effective over time. 

    3. Engage with audience members—and the larger community 

    Engaging with the target audience is essential for building strong relationships and fostering brand loyalty. Marketers should make it a daily practice to engage with their audience across various channels, including social media, email and customer feedback platforms. Responding to comments, answering questions and acknowledging customer feedback are all important components of this engagement. And creating and sharing valuable content consistently is a key part of audience engagement. Daily content creation and distribution can help you stay top-of-mind with your audience, establish authority in your niche and drive organic traffic to your website. (Here’s a quick reminder to maintain a content calendar and adapt it as needed to keep content fresh and relevant.) 

    Marketers should also take the time to actively listen to their audience’s feedback and concerns. Consider a social listening  plan. By understanding your customers’ needs and preferences, you can tailor your strategies and offerings accordingly. Engaging with the audience not only builds trust, but also provides valuable insights for ongoing marketing efforts. 

    And GOAL again. Go out and look. Talk to those not in your target audience, but who have some interest or knowledge of your business, specialty or what you do day-to-day. Gather insights they’re willing to share and share yours with them. Build a connection without trying to generate a lead and you’ll gather valuable observations and knowledge about human behavior. 

    4. Plan and prioritize 

    You know effective planning and prioritization are fundamental to the success of any marketing campaign, but sometimes the double Ps get pushed into a monthly or (gasp!) a quarterly date on the calendar. Marketers should start each day by reviewing their goals and objectives, evaluating their progress and setting priorities for the day’s tasks. 

    Planning involves setting clear, actionable goals and developing a strategic roadmap to achieve them. Daily planning helps marketers stay organized and focused, ensuring that they allocate their time and resources to the most critical tasks. It also helps prevent distractions and procrastination by providing a clear sense of purpose and direction. 

    In addition to daily planning, it’s essential to maintain a long-term marketing strategy that aligns with the company’s overall business objectives. This strategy should be revisited and adjusted as needed to adapt to changing market conditions and customer needs. 

    By planning and prioritizing daily tasks and maintaining a big-picture perspective, marketers can ensure that their efforts contribute to the achievement of overarching marketing and business goals. 

    For marketers to excel in today’s ever-changing environment, it’s smart to establish a daily routine that includes staying informed, analyzing data, engaging with the audience and planning and prioritizing.  

    By making these four practices a part of your daily habits, you can adapt to evolving trends, make data-driven decisions, build strong relationships with your audience and work efficiently toward your long-term goals. If you’d like a longer list of daily activities, consider this one from HubSpot

    If you’d like more insights from ER Marketing, call or email and let’s start a conversation. 


    Why is staying informed and educated important for marketers?

    Staying informed and educated helps marketers anticipate trends, adapt to changes, and expand their skills, leading to better-informed decisions and staying competitive.

    What is the significance of analyzing data and metrics in marketing?

    Analyzing data and metrics allows marketers to evaluate campaign performance, identify what works, and make data-driven decisions to optimize strategies in real time.

    Why should marketers engage with their audience and the larger community daily?

    Engaging with the audience builds strong relationships, fosters brand loyalty, and provides valuable insights for marketing efforts, helping marketers stay top-of-mind and establish authority in their niche.

    How does daily planning and prioritization benefit marketers?

    Daily planning and prioritization help marketers stay organized, focused, and efficient in achieving their goals while ensuring alignment with long-term marketing strategies and business objectives.

    About The Author

    Elton Mayfield

    Elton's career spans media, production, digital and building industry expertise. His diverse experience makes him nimble, innovative, and curious – always pushing the envelope to create extraordinary work that delivers real results for our clients.

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