A Simple Marketing Budget Guide Dispels Myths

by Cathy Miller on February 3, 2014

Penny-JarDoes anyone actually like budgets?

Okay, maybe you accountants and number-crunchers.

For the rest of us, we typically take one of the following paths.

  • We create a budget – dragging and kicking
  • We’ll get to it – some day
  • We’re in complete denial

Part 4 of the 10-Part Marketing Plan Process shares A Simple Marketing Budget Guide: for simple budgets.

You can click on the above link to download a pdf copy – or if you prefer – view the SlideShare version below.

A Simple Marketing Budget Guide

So, no more procrastinating. Set that budget. I’m right behind you.

View an infographic of the 10-Part Marketing Plan Process.

Part 1: Your Vision

Part 2 I.D. Your Killer Client

Part 3: Beating Blind Hog Marketing Objectives

Part 5: Infographic: Choosing Your Marketing Communication Channel


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John Soares February 3, 2014 at 9:47 am

You’re sharing valuable information Cathy, and I appreciate that we can get it via PDF or through slideshare.

Sharing now!
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Cathy Miller February 3, 2014 at 10:20 am

I am glad you find it of value, John. And I so appreciate your generosity in sharing. Ah, feel the love. 🙂

Thanks, John.
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Jennifer Mattern February 4, 2014 at 8:37 am

Great guide Cathy. It’s so important for even solo entrepreneurs to treat their businesses as just that — businesses. And budgeting is an important part of that.
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Cathy Miller February 4, 2014 at 9:08 am

Thanks, Jenn. I agree that a key to success (especially if you currently go it alone) is thinking of your business as a business. I know when I started thinking that way it helped me get serious about my efforts.

Thanks for stopping by, Jenn.
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