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Người đọc dưới đây thừa nhận rằng những thông tin được cung cấp bởi _______________ trong kế hoạch tiếp thị này là bí mật, do đó, người đọc đồng ý không tiết lộ nó mà không có sự cho phép bằng văn bản của _______________.

Nó được thừa nhận bởi người đọc rằng thông tin được cung cấp ở kế hoạch tiếp thị trong tất cả các khía cạnh bảo mật trong tự nhiên, khác với thông tin mà là ở phạm vi công cộng thông qua các phương tiện khác và bất kỳ tiết lộ hoặc sử dụng cùng bởi người đọc, có thể gây thiệt hại nghiêm trọng hoặc thiệt hại cho _______________.

Khi có yêu cầu, tài liệu này là được ngay lập tức quay trở lại _______________.

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1.0 Tầm nhìn Marketing 1
1.1 Mục tiêu 1
1.2 Mục đích 1
1.3 Hình ảnh 1
1.4 Chênh lệch bảng điều khiển 2
Table: Chênh lệch bảng điều khiển 2
2.0 Ý tưởng khách hàng 3
2.1 Mô tả thị trường 3
3.0 Sự khác biệt đáng ghi nhận 3
3.1 Khác biệt 4
4.0 Chiến lược cốt lõi 4
4.1 Các yếu tố cốt lõi xây dựng thương hiệu 4
5.0 Sản phẩm / Dịch vụ đổi mới 4
5.1 Cơ sở đặt giá 5
6.0 Tài liệu tiếp thị 6
7.0 Kế hoạch Web 6
7.1 Kế hoạch truyền thông xã hội 6
8.0 Kế hoạch dẫn đến thế hệ 6
8.1 Quảng cáo 7
8.2 Giới thiệu tham gia 7
9.0 Kế hoạch dẫn đến sự chuyển đổi 8
10.0 Kinh nghiệm phục vụ 8
10.1 Lòng trung thành đối với sản phẩm / dịch vụ cung cấp 9
10.2 Duy trì các khách hàng 9
11.0 Lịch tiếp thị 9
11.1 Hàng tháng 9
Bảng: Các cột mốc 10
12.0 Số lượng quan trọng 11
12.1 Dự báo doanh thu 11
Bảng: Dự báo doanh thu 12
Biểu đồ: Doanh thu hằng tháng 13
Biểu đồ: Doanh thu năm 14
12.2 Chi phí ngân sách tiếp thị 14
Bảng: Chi phí ngân sách tiếp thị 14
Biểu đồ: Chi phí ngân sách hàng tháng tháng 15
Biểu đồ: Chi phí ngân sách…...

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