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4 Ways To Prioritize Your Business Promotions

BY Rebecca | 17 June, 2015 | no comments

Even the best business isn’t going to be as successful as possible without the right types of promotions. It doesn’t matter if you’re a part of a small business, the owner of a large company, or even if you fit in the category of an independent artist or creator – though content may be king, promotions are the queen.

To help you prioritize your own business promotions, follow the four tips below – figure out the most effective way to promote between retailers, always promote among friends and family, be sure to have all of your social media assets in order, and periodically reassess your main goal and mission statement.

Promote Between Retailers      

Trade promotion is extremely common among all businesses. In fact, the better you are at trade promotion, the more likely you are to be competitive among similar businesses, because you have other prospective parts of other people’s companies backing you up. If you’re not sure where to find trade promotion consultants and companies that can illustrate the importance of these engagements, a quick search on the Internet will at least begin pointing you to the major players in the field, at which point you can talk to representatives directly.


Promote Among Friends and Family

Depending on the size and scope of your business promotions, don’t forget about friends and family. Especially if you’re just beginning your own business, these are the people that are going to have to be sold on what you’re doing in order to support you. By working on your promotional pitch with them first, you’ll be getting direct feedback before you work too much in the public sphere, giving you a better chance to make a great impression with potential future clients only after they’ve seen a more finished product.

Get Your Social Media Engagements In Gear

Especially for people younger than about 30, social media is the way to go when it comes to promoting products, lifestyles, entertainment, or anything else they really deal with. This means having a Facebook business page, a Twitter account, LinkedIn and Instagram all branded accordingly, and all of it organized so that a team of people is constantly manning the comments and feedback you get.

Periodically Reassess Your Main Goals               

If your promotional material doesn’t seem to be working within your particular business industry, it may be time to reassess what it is that you’re business is trying to accomplish. If you have adjusted any of your sales goals or your primary mission, chances are very likely that you’ll have to change your promotional scheduling and basic format as well. Particularly in large businesses, this transition can be a problem between different departments.


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