15th

January

2019

How to do budget for marketing & how should it is done?

There are numerous companies in the market that has excellent campaigning ideas and a strong budget. Yet, the campaign comes crashing within a very short while from launch. Which is when, the question arises: What went wrong? The analysts will analyse the data and in the conclusion, it will be found out that an ill divided and ill managed budget basically killed the campaign and hence, the throughput goes back to zero. The next question that pops up is, ‘how the budget for marketing well can be divided to meet every end?’ In this blog, we will talk about how a company can segregate their marketing budget to achieve the maximum result.

Analyse the market report well:

From the recent surveys, there are a lot of new results popping up and new information has taken the light. The marketing budget of an average firm has remained constant or has mostly increased since 2009. The budget that has been allotted and the ones that will be allotted in 2018 and 2019 respectively, will remain constant or increase than the one that was there in 2017.

An average company is supposed to allocate around 41% of their marketing budget to online marketing in 2018 and this amount can only go higher to 45% in the upcoming years. Also, search engine marketing is going to capture most of the market.

Where do you put your money?

There are 3 sectors that must be given adequate attention to achieve maximum revenue.

  1. Branding: The branding of the products of a company tells a lot about the company and its reputation. Hence, a very good branding obviously increases the value of the product and helps the company to reach a target point of revenue. Hence, it is, in most cases advised to focus on branding of the products and service. Trafficking in the website will only increase the views, but on purchase, if the products turns out to be otherwise, then the revenue will fall drastically.
  2. Traffic: Traffic is an important aspect to set up the marketing base. Both paid and organic traffic together makes up the traffic of a website. Hence, the company first needs to work to achieve organic followers (which also requires a certain amount to be invested on) and eventually work for the paid traffic. Without traffic in the website, the number of products sold will automatically shoot low.
  3. Conversion Rate Organisation (CRO): It is basically a study of what works and what doesn’t work when it comes to converting a mere visitor into a valid customer. The rate differs drastically even when a small change is made in the design. As it can be expected, these changes are very often contextual and it’s very hard on the part of analysts to develop a universal set of best practises. Hence, this section of marketing has to be assigned a good deal of investment amount to take care of the fact that whatever work is being done doesn’t go waste.

Hence, by now, it can very well be understood that budget division is absolutely important to achieve a desired result in case of marketing.