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Business & Finance

Marketing your Business

Once students have an idea and a product they need to find a way to get the word out to their customers. Frequently students don't have a good understanding of how they can reach their customers beyond "social media" in general or simply putting up flyers. This collection provides resources to help students understand how to market their new products.
A Collection By Teresa Potter
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Marketing your Business
  • Teresa Potter says:
    The 4 Ps of marketing are a starting place for many lessons on marketing a product.. This video is useful for students who are visual learners and gives just enough detail to help them start understanding he concepts.
  • Teresa Potter says:
    Creating value for customers is important to marketing your business. This video shows how they must create value to the customer (not just for themselves).
  • Teresa Potter says:
    This lesson plan and video go into detail about helping students identify their target market and the 4 Ps of marketing. There are two lesson plans, one targeted at middle school students and one at high school students.
  • Teresa Potter says:
    A marketing plan can help students create a detailed plan to connect with their customers through their marketing. This is an excellent resource to pair with one of the videos on the 4 Ps of marketing and then using this activity to help them actually create a plan based on what they learned.
  • Marketing Plan

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    encyclopedia.kids.net.au
    encyclopedia.kids.net.au
    Teresa Potter says:
    Some of the vocabulary involved increasing a marketing plan will probably be new for students. Marketing plan templates and lessons can help with this, but having a straightforward vocabulary list is also helpful for many students.
  • Teresa Potter says:
    This page is written for adults but provides several templates for one-page marketing plans. This level of detail is perfect for middle or high school students who need to apply the concepts of developing a marketing plan without getting bogged down in complicated formats.
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