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Grow with Less Stress - Simplify Marketing

Simplify Marketing to Stress Less

Marketing is an important aspect of every business, but many of us overcomplicate it without even realizing it. Now, what if I told you that there is a way you can grow with less stress, simplify marketing, save time and money!

We’re going over all things marketing with Tim Fitzpatrick. He has over 20 years of entrepreneurial experience that has allowed him to help people, like you and me, simplify marketing to grow with less stress.

If you scroll on any platform, you’re most likely battling information overload, everyone’s trying to do everything. We tend to feel overwhelmed with different strategies and channels we’re on. But the biggest secret with marketing is that you DON’T have to do everything to be successful!

Yep, that’s right! Use Pareto’s Principle as know as the 80/20 rule to find out which efforts move the needle most in your business.

We’re gearing up our marketing strategy by actually stripping it down to the fundamentals. We’re going through the pain points and things many of us overlook.

This journey will help us understand how we can continuously have leads and grow with a very simple plan you can apply and use.

Listen to the Episode 42 podcast, Grow with Less Stress – Simplifying Marketing on the Total Fit Boss Chick podcast!

We’re talking about everything you can do today to have your marketing plan work for you!

Topics We Explored on Simplifying Marketing:

  • How to Better Define Our Target Market? 
  • Three Questions to Identify Your Ideal Clients. 
  • How to Generate Higher-Quality Leads? 
  • How to Save Money and Time with a Framework? 
  • How to Grow Consistently with a Marketing Plan? 
  • Tim’s Productivity Secrets and Mentoring Moments. 

Create a Simplified Marketing Plan to Grow!

Many of us focus on strategies instead of creating a plan that we can actually follow. As a result, we end up hopping on every new strategy or platform we see! The “shiny object syndrome”, does that sound familiar? But in the long run, it won’t ensure that we will continue to grow and create quality leads.

Now, what you can do is to create a marketing plan with 6 simple steps. 

Key Takeaways for Any Marketing Plan 

  1. Define your target market and elaborate on 1-3 ideal clients 
  2. Define your SMART marketing goal 
  3. Consider your budget and resources, including time, money, and capabilities
  4. Use your current marketing plan as a reference point 
  5. Create a marketing plan and list your goals for the next 90 days 
  6. Define and use your metrics, review what worked and what didn’t. Repeat! 

Ready to Simplify Your Marketing?

Have your marketing work for you, with less stress and more success! Listen to the TotalFitBossChick Episode 42 Podcast, Grow with Less Stress – simplifying marketing NOW! 

I’d love to know what you think about the episode.  DM me on Instagram and let me know your thoughts!

Make Marketing Easier! Keep In Touch with Tim! 

Pinterest: Rialto Marketing 

Twitter: Rialto Marketing

LinkedIn: Rialto Marketing  

Facebook: Rialto Marketing

 Tim Fitzpatrick

Instagram: timfitzco

Was this episode eye-opening? Well, there’s more! Check out Total Fit Boss Chick for blogs and other podcasts to make life EASIER for you – because you deserve it! 


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