It’s ok to ask for directions.
Some people like to take shortcuts. Some people like to figure it out along the way.
When it comes to marketing, without a roadmap, you’ll get lost and have no direction.
A structured, planned approach that aligns with your marketing objectives will position
your business for future success. Don’t have a marketing plan? We can help.
What are your marketing objectives?
Who is your target audience?
How often should you communicate with them?
What channels make the most sense for your business?
What obstacles are specific to your business?
There are a few of the conversations we will have.
Then we’ll create your marketing plan.
We’ll also include costs to execute initiatives and a calendar of activities.
Avoid going in circles, ask for directions.
WHAT OUR CLIENTS SAY
“We used Bare Bones Marketing for the production of three educational videos. The quality of work was excellent. Suzanne and her team are personable, have been a joy to work with, and I look forward to working with Bare Bones Marketing again in the near future.”
Janelle Warren, Manager, Training, Ontario Good Roads Association
“Our company has worked with Bare Bones Marketing for many years and always with great results. Suzanne has a keen eye for quality branding that is truly dynamic and stands out from the rest! I would highly recommend Bare Bones Marketing to anyone looking to grow their business.”
Rachel Arseneau, Managing Partner, GX Transportation
“Working with Suzanne and her team on my business plan, to brand development, to my web site, has been nothing but amazing. Really engaged, I almost feel as if she is a partner in my business. I cannot speak highly enough of my experience with Bare Bones Marketing.”
Marco Rodrigues, Owner, Chop & Wop Ristorante
“From first contact, Bare Bones Marketing distinguished themselves by their professionalism, knowledge, and understanding of working in partnership to birth a new program. Communication was efficient, deliverables on time and high quality, and the project was completed within budget.”
Edith Oyosoro, Canadian Nursery Landscape Association