You’re struggling to make headway in your interior design marketing...
You’re not sure who to focus your marketing efforts on…
And though you’ve heard of a target market, you’re not quite sure what it is or how you can benefit from it...
Does any of this sound like you?
Clarifying your target audience can help solve these issues. A target market is one of the most strategic parts of your marketing strategy and is essential for lead generation AND conversion for your interior design business.
A target audience is your ideal client. They’re the subset of people you think are most likely to buy your product or service.
There’s a commonly held belief that if you create great marketing content, the right type of clients will naturally come. While it’s true that efficient content marketing and social media boosts leads, it doesn’t necessarily translate to increased sales.
That’s why you need to focus your efforts on the specificity of your target audience. Rather than trying to reach everyone with little conversions, focus on a smaller population that could lead to higher sales.
As the saying goes, “If you are trying to market to everyone, you are marketing to no one.”
Defining your target ensures you’re creating the right content for the right people. As you continue to learn more about your ideal client through data and research, it increases and improves your content’s ability to match your audience’s needs.
The result is more qualified leads because you’re reaching the best possible audience for your brand.
Generating leads for your interior design business comes with having the best marketing strategies. It takes time to develop, but there are the rewards you’ll get when you’ve specified your target market:
Finding your target market for your home design business involves the following steps:
Have a clear sense of who you think will benefit most from your service. What does your ideal client need and want? Understanding needs and wants are core marketing principles, and perhaps the most important question to answer.
From there, ask yourself whether there are enough of these people who can benefit from your service? While you want to find a niche interior design market, we also want to make sure your efforts will be profitable in the long run.
Finally, ask where your ideal clients are. That way, you can place physical and digital marketing materials in places where your target market will see them.
Research and data fine-tune your target marketing success. They also help you find future target marketing opportunities.
Conduct Customer Development Interviews (CDI’s). This is a learning stage where you find what your customers need. Interview multiple people in your new target market to gauge their interest in your service.
Research helps you find what your target market cares about and will need help with, allowing you to sharpen your marketing efforts.
Now that you know your target audience’s needs and wants, create and test your offer that provides solutions to their problems.
Your offer and content should validate you can provide what your target customer needs. Price it appropriately and communicate the value your client will receive.
Test your offer on early adopters. Keep track of their reactions through surveys, then use these data to improve your campaign.
Once you have specified your target market and have created your perfect offer and content, it’s the following that will make ALL the difference in your marketing plan:
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Follow where the data takes you. Keep track of CDI’s, client feedback and conversion data. Always ask yourself what is and isn’t working, and feel free to stop marketing efforts that aren’t working for you or your business.
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