Do you Think Smart when it comes to your marketing, or are you just winging it without a plan?
Spraying, praying, and hoping for the best might get you the odd enquiry, but if you want real results from your marketing, you need a plan.
And our free, five-minute marketing diagnostic will help you figure out exactly where to start.
Your ideal clients are out there – all you need to do is find and connect with them.
Easier said than done, right? Maybe. But if you take time to plan your marketing, it becomes far less of a challenge. And that’s where we can help.
We’ve seen too many businesses waste time and money on the wrong things because they haven’t got the basics right. If you know who you want to work with, the problems you solve for them, and how to keep them happy and loyal, then your marketing becomes far less complicated.
The first step is identifying which areas of your marketing need work. And that’s exactly why we designed our marketing diagnostic. It’s absolutely free, takes five minutes of your time, and will allow you to see where you need to focus your attention first.
After you’ve completed your assessment, we’ll arrange a call to discuss the results and give you tailored advice on how to improve your marketing.
How we can help you
A complimentary 30 minute call to find out where you’re getting stuck in your marketing and how we can support you moving forward.
A focused, one-hour session where we’ll do a deep dive into your current marketing activity and agree your next steps.
Access some of the tools we use to help our clients attract, nurture and retain their ideal customers and increase Long Term Value (LTV).
Thinking outside the (chocolate) box
Gem has just recently celebrated her Birthday (she told us she was definitely 21 again!) and to celebrate, booked a session at an Escape Room with her family. In Gem’s words, here’s what went on… We love doing activities like this for our Birthdays, rather than the traditional ‘meal and drinks’ as we’re quite competitive […]Read more
How easy do you make it for your customer to contact you?
It’s not a loaded question. There have been a few instances of late where a quick phone call would solve a query. Simple. Well, it would have been simple if the phone number was easy to find. It’s very frustrating when you get an email from someone and there’s no contact number on the bottom […]Read more
Hello and welcome…
Last month we talked about how important it is to make your first impressions count. And one of the best ways to make a first impression is the way you onboard new clients. The good old welcome pack. It does what it says on the tin. Show your appreciation It’s a great opportunity to say […]Read more
The ThinkSMART Touchpoint programme has given me insight into how we interact with our customers and partners.
Kate Pawson – Sales & Marketing Director, BioBax
I’m convinced our conversion rates will improve significantly thanks to the Touchpoint programme.
Andy Steele – Managing Director, 360 Accountants
Prior to the Touchpoint programme, we were running at 85% retention. In a matter of a few months we have got this to almost 95%.
Kathryn Birch – Managing Director, Fusion Business Solutions
Mike was the only person I wanted to go to when I needed to put some printed collateral in place.
Catherine Carlyle – Synergy Technology
Before we engaged with ThinkSMART we weren’t aware of what a touchpoint strategy was. They really got under the skin of our business.
Paul Sherwood – Director, Seven Video Productions
We now have a mechanism to articulate all of our touchpoints and we know all of the gaps we need to focus on.
It has been the best engagement we’ve had in ten years with any marketing agency.
Alan Braithwaite – Sales and Marketing Manager, Alscient
Clare has been brilliant at helping us to put together the key messages that we wanted to convey about our firm’s ethos and we couldn’t be more pleased with the results.
Her work has encompassed everything perfectly and we are excited about continuing to work with her and ThinkSMART Marketing. Highly recommended!
Juliet Ralph – Co-Founder, Robinson Ralph