Mon, 18 January 2016
Do you struggle with having what you think may be the best social media marketing plan on the entire planet yet have no budget to implement?
Do any or all of these problems sound familiar?
You struggle with getting budget approved to implement your social media plan
Your executives don't understand social media
You struggle with articulating the goals and objectives of your social media program to key stakeholders
You feel like you are boiling the ocean as it relates to getting your social media plan approved
You lack needed support and buy-in for your social media program and plan
You don't know how to align social media to business goals and objectives your executives and key stakeholders care about
You know your organization is filled with employees who want to power up your brand and could be loyal brand advocates but you can't get the support you need to empower them
Would you like answers to these questions? If yes, you have landed on the right blog and podcast today.
One of the biggest challenges business, digital and social marketing leaders face across organizations of all sizes is obtaining the needed support and funding to achieve their desired goals and objectives.
My agency, Marketing Nutz works with organizations of all sizes from startups to Fortune 10 organizations. We help them earn the needed support, trust and budget to that they can begin to finally once and for all implement modern and social media marketing strategies and tactics into their business to increase measurable results.
Take a listen to the 198th episode of the Social Zoom Factor podcast and learn how you can setup a 6 month plan for budget approval. The key is to earn the trust and respect early on in your social media program so that you can earn the needed budget in later phases of your project. The podcast will provide you with the foundation to help you win support of even the toughest to please c-suite executive and stakeholders as early in the process as possible!
I split the podcast into two sections. The first includes 5 things you should NOT do and the second includes 5 things you MUST do.
In addition the bottom of this blog posts is loaded with helpful resources, templates and white papers for you to leverage in your planning and execution.
5 things you MUST do to get approval for your social media budget and plan