The third section of the marketing plan is GOALS. This is where you lay out exactly what you want to accomplish with your marketing efforts. Without goals you will never have a benchmark to compare to. If your marketing plan is a one year plan, how will you know if you were successful or not at the end of the year of marketing activities? Another critical element of the Goals section is to schedule evaluation points throughout the duration of your plan. Having these points predetermined will allow you to continually assess the effectiveness of your efforts.
Color selection plays an important role in your project plan design. Beyond making your project plan look nice, color can also help you organize and communicate information effectively. Multiple studies have found that people tend to remember images better than words. With that in mind, look for ways to incorporate visual memory_prompters in your project plan design. Icons are one type of visual that can be used to make information more memorable. Pair an icon with an important piece of text to help it stand out and stick in the reader’s mind.