Are you finding it difficult to build your Facebook audience? In this article, “Facebook Art Marketing Goals” you will discover the importance of writing your goals down and how to assess the outcome.
Facebook Art Marketing Goals
Before you can design your marketing plan for Facebook, you will need to have an understanding of your goals. You will want to come up with your long term, mid term, and short term goals. This will take some work to accomplish, but it will be well worth your efforts.
Your long term goals should have a clear vision of where you would like to be in five or ten years. There is no right or wrong answer. It is your vision and goals.
Write down your long-term goals on a piece of paper.
Next, you will want to write down your mid-term goals. These goals are where you would like to be in one year from today. They should be a stepping stone towards your long-term goals.
For example: let’s say that your long-term goal is to have 5,000 fans and sell 500 pieces of art in five years. At first, this goal might sound out of reach. Once you start to break it down you will soon realize that it is a reasonable goal.
If you can gain 1,000 fans and sell 100 pieces of art every year, you will accomplish your long-term goal. Writing down your mid-term goals will help you stay on track for your final goals. You can even start to see that selling 100 pieces of art in a year sound easier to accomplish that selling 500 pieces of art.
Now you will want to spend some time writing your short-term goals. These goals are where you would like to be at the end of one month. The short-term goals should lead you to your mid-term goals.
In the example that we are using you will need to gain 84 fans and sell 9 pieces of art per month to be able to accomplish your long-term goals.
Here is an example of what you will have when you are finished writing down your goals.
Facebook Art Marketing Goals:
500 pieces of art sold
100 pieces of art sold
9 pieces of art sold
Now that you have this valuable information you will want to assess the outcome every month and year. Take a piece if paper, and make 12 columns. You can use a calendar or spreadsheet if you prefer.
Write down the numbers that you would like to achieve or the goals that you would like to accomplish for every month. At the end of each month write down what the results are. This will allow you to revise your marketing plan so you will accomplish your mid-term goal.
Goal 84 fans 9 pieces of art sold
Results 86 fans (+2) 12 pieces of art sold (+3)
Goal 84 fans 9 pieces of art sold
Results 72 fans (-12) 5 pieces of art sold (-4)
By keeping a log, you will be able to make better decisions on how to better market your business. In the note section, you will want to keep detailed notes on what is working and what is not working.
Every month design a new Facebook marketing plan that will have you reach your goals.
Conclusion: The only way to reach your goals is to have a clear vision of what your goals are.
Your Facebook art marketing goals should include:
- Mid-term goals
- Short-term goals
A monthly log of the results.
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