No matter how you call it, Audience Persona, Marketing Persona, Customer Avatar or Buyer Persona, you need to know WHO are you selling to.
To ensure that you are generating targeted leads, you’ll need to deliver your content and campaigns to the right people. The recommendation is to build 3-5 different buyers personas. Later you can use the 80%-20% rule to identify the 20% targeted audience that can generate 80% of your company’s revenue.
What Is a Buyer Persona / Audience Persona?
A buyer persona is a representation of your ideal targeted customer, drawn from detailed audience research.
The Persona will help you:
- Understand Who are your buyers (demographic, behaviour Patterns, motivations, goals, values)
- Where do they hang out online
- What are their needs regarding your produce/service
- How to address your different potential clients groups (that will buy your service/product from different reasons)
- How to tailor content and campaigns to answer customer-specific needs
- Determine what kind of content and ad creative you need
- How to build effective communication and sales strategy
- Minimize your workload as you’ll focus on the right audience at a time
- Increase marketing ROI (Return on Investment)
How to gather information for Buyer Persona?
There are many ways to conduct audience research.
- Talk to your clients
- Make a survey
- Search the web
- Research Social Media
- Read market reports
- Read competitors blogs
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Buyer Persona Research Checklist
- Family status
- Children (yes/no, ages)
- The country they were born
- Location (city/suburban)
- Education level
- Household income
- Homeowner / renter
- Type of mobile device they own
- Job Title/ Job level
- Job responsibilities
- Size of company
- Years of experience
- Years in the current job
- Professional background
- What can be considered as success in the position
- Special skills needed for the position
- Tools required for their position
- To whom do they report / who reports to them
- Job frustrations
- Job enjoyments
- Visiting industry events/conferences
- The typical workday of your buyer persona
- The time they spend at work vs. time at home
- Things they do for fun
- Type of vehicle they own
- Computer literacy and abilities
- Blogs, news and social media they pay attention to
- Primary goal
- Other goals they have
- Steps they take in achieving those goals
- Bucket list
- The biggest challenge (the one preventing the main goal)
- Other challenges
- Things they have done in the past to conquer the challenges
- Looking at the past, what could they have done differently
- Others involved in the buying process
- Others that consult or advice your persona
- Primary values
- Common fears they have related to your product/service
- What makes them nervous when purchasing your product/service
- What makes them angry when purchasing a product/service like yours
- Why do they need your product/service
- The benefits they can get from your product/service (compare it to similar products in the market)
- Why would they choose to buy from you
- How do they research for new product/service like yours
- What questions do they ask before buying your kind of product (Is it priced fair?, do I need it?, can I afford it?, are there any better similar products?, is it a trusted company?, what is the return policy?
- How can they find your business
- Is it important for them to get good deals
- How do they prefer to interact during the buying process of a product like yours
- The worst customer experience they had while buying something similar
- Can they be repeating customers
- How do they like to pay for a product/service like yours
Your next step is to build your business Buyer Persona
Fill out this form and click the “print” button at the bottom.
Build five different personas (use the links in the bottom), then identify the most productive two for your business and make them the priority.
Learn Your Audience
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