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How To Create Buyer Personas

Posted by Precision Creative on Feb 8, 2021 12:30:00 PM
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Everyone likes to think of themselves as special, as if they were the only ones to live in this big beautiful world of ours'. But the truth is, you probably are not as unique as you think. People all over the world find themselves sorted into specific groups. We've even gone as far as to label these groups with alliterative names—the negative Nancy's of the world of the positive Polly's. Everyone finds themselves fitted in at least one of these groups. While we simply see them as cliques, big businesses see them in a completely new light: a persona.

Businesses and companies all over the world divide their consumer base into different buyer personas in order to market their services or products specific to that person. For example, you wouldn't use bright and cheery marketing techniques on a negative Nancy, would you? Of course not! You would use gloomy and dreary images in order to get their business. Now, this is a dumbed-down way of putting buyer persona into layman terms, but the principle is roughly the same. Creating and developing buyer personas can be a tricky and convoluted process. But there's no need to fear, for that's where we come in to save the day. Here is everything you need to know about developing buyer personas for your marketing strategy.

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Knowing Your Consumer Base 

Now, this may seem like an easy one but bear with us. Knowing your consumer base is the best thing you can do to help your business thrive, and it's the best thing you can do to determine how to create a buyer persona for your business. When you do in-depth research into understanding your primary consumer base, you will start to understand what type of person your company attracts and what they are attracted to. This will help strengthen your marketing strategy by having a better understanding of what to appeal to and what not to appeal to.

Consider Feedback From Your Consumer Base 

The best way to succeed is to fail. Without failure, you have no chance of becoming any better. That's why receiving constructive criticism is the best way to evolve and learn from your mistakes. This is why it is absolutely crucial that your business accepts feedback from your consumer base. With this feedback, you will better understand what is working in your marketing strategy and what is not. This gives you the opportunity to strengthen your technique and iron out any kinks or errors that your strategy may have.

Interview Your Consumer Base 

This suggestion goes hand in hand with collecting feedback from your consumer base; only this one gives you a more in-depth and intimate answer. It has been proven that more people are willing to give you completely honest answers if they are being asked the questions in person. While the interview process may be more time consuming than a simple research study, it will give you further examples of what kind of buyer persons are attracted to your business or organization.


 

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