Brands have evolved to become both the identity of the product that you wish to sell and the essence of what your customers want to buy. A brand is not simply a product offering; in fact, it signifies quality, service, and reliability. A solid brand has a story to tell of its own, one that makes its captive audience loyal to it forever. What all great brands have in common is an amazing story and a unifying statement that tells customers everything they need to know about it. When a customer hears that statement, they will know exactly what the brand will do for them. Continue reading “Selling A Brand By Using The Right Branding Statement”
There’s nothing wrong with generating publicity in the traditional way. Advertisements through analog and digital media continue to be popular because they still work really effectively. However, if you really want to get people talking about your business, you’ll have to be a bit more creative. Think back to the last time you saw a small business’ name in the media. What generated that attention? How did it spread? And perhaps most importantly of all: how much do you think they paid for that attention?
Guerrilla marketing, as it is often known, consists of promotions that are deliberately unconventional and out-of-the-box in their approach. For example, opening art installations with a theme relevant to what you’re selling, starting a viral meme on social media, or implementing a policy that is unique and eye-catching (such as a 15-dollar minimum wage for your employees) can serve as a means of getting people to pay attention to you with very little cost investment on your end. Or, you can still achieve that same effect if you’re willing to spend a little money on an unorthodox medium of advertisement. Continue reading “Generating Publicity With Guerrilla Marketing”
The goal when creating a customer is to give your customers an unexpectedly positive experience that keeps you and your product at the top of their mind.
Your goal is to have frequent interactions with the customer, so when the time arrives for them to purchase your product again, they will think about you and your business first.
By doing this you start to add value to them that your competitors aren’t doing. This value is often the point of difference that sets you apart and stops your competitors moving in on your key customers. Continue reading “Ten Keys to Customer Loyalty”
When appearing on radio or television, it’s vital that you maximize the opportunity to connect with your target market. The following are six ways to engage your audience in a meaningful way: Continue reading “6 Ways to Persuade Your Audience to Buy”