Need A Marketing Plan? Download FREE Templates

The first time I created a marketing plan for social media, I had no idea what I was doing.  My colleagues were complete newbies as well.  We all struggled to understand every bit of jargon that goes with creating a social media presence.

If you’re starting from square one, you might feel equally excited and overwhelmed.  There have been many others who have successfully climbed the social media mountain to get to the top.  The best way to move ahead is to create a strong marketing plan.  That’s why I decided to create several social media templates to help you build your marketing plan.  Feel free to send some suggestions for improvements or share your examples.

You might have a great product but your business won’t grow unless people know you’re out there. That requires marketing — online, mobile, Google, Facebook, direct mail or even printed flyers.

“Traditional marketing isn’t dead, it has evolved.  Social media is a new addition to an old standard.”

Your marketing plan should represent your creativity, professionalism, and adaptability to change.

Whats included?

  1. Sample completed plan PDF format (for reference only)
  2. Social Media Marketing Plan Template
  3. Marketing Strategy worksheet / template
  4. Social Media Policy / Guidelines

Download these plans with my compliments,

Tad

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COMMENTS (6)
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Tad, you are the man! Thank you for sharing these, they are very helpful. Wishing you the best of luck and success!
Paul~

    Hi Paul,

    Thank you for stopping by my site. Let me know if you have any questions or would like additional advice. Creating a social media marketing plan is no easy task and it is a target that keeps moving. Have fun with it, don’t be afraid to experiment, measure success and keep evolving. Best of luck!

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Tad,
WOWOW! I’m impressed. Your templates are really good and seems to have what people would need to get started. Great idea!! Love your Logo and the entire face of your work!!!

Thanks, keep up the excellent work!

Edith-

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Thanks Tad for the Social Media policy template! Its something we need to put in place, here at Idea Factor.

    Hi Ann,

    In social media, the conversation is meant to be a spirit of open sharing of information (both good and bad). This activity creates a genuine connection to your customer and industry. Your guidelines/policy will help mitigate responses posted by disgruntled employees or negative exchanges from customers/competitors.

    Like any problem in life, it all depends on how you respond. I hope that helps.

    Best,
    Tad

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Thanks for the great tool! I look forward to reading more of your blog!

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