If you are in the Bristol region of the UK and are looking to get some ground in the area of Business Marketing and the use of the Internet – you may well be interested in attending my latest workshop. We will be spending half a day going over the fundamentals of Business Marketing and the use of the Internet. The price is ridiculously low – and cannot be the reason why you would not choose to attend.

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Whether you are running your own business or not – you should be thinking about your personal Brand and Message, making use of the Internet is the The perfect way to get that message out to who you wish to know about what it is that you have to offer. So please – join us on the 24th Oct.

“Are you confused when it comes to understanding how the internet can be used in both your personal and professional life ?

Are you afraid of being left behind when it comes to the use of the internet and the new technologies such as :-

  • Facebook
  • Google
  • Squidoo
  • Podcasting
  • Blogging &
  • Social Networking ?

In association with Ujima Radio – Stephen C Campbell will be holding a half day workshop on :-

  • Sat 24th Oct from 10:00 – 14:00

… teaching the fundamentals of Business Marketing & how to get started making use of the internet.

To learn more go to BristolBusinessSeminars.com and reserve your place – now.

Don’t be left behind”


Business Marketing Plan

Here is a podcast of the 1st question posed to me on the Drive Time Show for PassionRadioBristol on 15th June 2009. This 4min 30second discussion covers the following :-

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  • A Business Marketing Plan Is The Foundation Of The organisation :-

Just as any building needs a really good foundation, it is paramount that business appropriately understands the Category of their product as well as having a clear understanding of their target End User Client.

The Business Marketing Plan consists of several components, one which is important is that of :-

  • Channel Marketing

The particular route / channel that a company chooses to use to sell their product through will have a bearing on the price as well as by default defining ones end user client profile.

If one has no experience of marketing one is advised not to fall in love with their product and to focus their energy and attention on the End User who will be eventually using the Product and/or Service. Understanding how the people who will be using your product will put the business owner in a strong position to be able to further shape the product to meet the needs of the end user client.