The 4 Things You Can’t Do Marketing a Reg A Fund

Your Reg A Marketing has qualified, and it’s time for the next step! As exciting as this is, there are several things to be aware of before throwing any marketing ‘out there.’ It all includes having a marketing professional, the verbiage and images used, and types of marketing, Now let’s take a closer look at each of these marketing aspects of a Reg A+ Marketing. The following details apply to ‘test the waters’ (TTW) and marketing after your Reg A qualification. 

Use of Improper Verbiage and Images

Marketing in the general sense is to sell a product, sometimes with slight fabrications or indications of potential success or future opportunities. With Reg A Marketing, these are common pitfalls that must be avoided. Did you know something as simple as the word amazing, promising, commit, or golden is considered improper in Reg A Marketing? These words are over-the-top statements implying merit, interest, offering anything ‘special,’ or a return of any degree. As for images, it is similar in thinking to verbiage. No money, cash registers with overflowing tills, graphs with arrows pointing skyward, and the like are a no-go. 

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Lacking an Online and Digital Presence

Strategic digital and online marketing plans are no longer an option. Potential investors, especially new generations, will expect a significant digital presence including a well-structured website, social media presence, and more often than ever, a related app. Social media is essential because each follower gained is a potential investor (and their followers will see they’ve followed your Reg A+, which means more potential investors). 

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Making Investors Search for You

With any marketing plan, you have to stay top of mind. Potential investors will expect ‘face time’ to build a connection with your Reg A mission and vision. The term ‘face time’ is about communication from you or your executive team through webcasts, online video events, and meet and greets with question-and-answer sessions. After all, they may be investing in your Reg A, and it’s by far the least you can do. 

Do-it-Yourself Reg A Marketing

While setting up a website is an easy task in our digital world, it does take considerable time and effort to keep up with constant content. As seen above, ensuring your Reg A Marketing website complies with rules and regulations is another task altogether. To get your best return on investment hiring a professional who understands the Reg A world is worth every penny. Professional marketers can provide the initial setup of a website, regular updates, social media posts, videos, regular email notices, and additional marketing pieces. Plus, it frees up your time to interact with potential investors.

Be successful with your Reg A Marketing Fund. Not sure where to start? Contact Russell Creative Group, your visual marketing professional is happy to help!

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