100 Great Marketing Ideas (100 Great Ideas) by Jim Blythe

By Jim Blythe

Are you trying to find an outstanding thought or a few notion to make your advertising and marketing more advantageous and leading edge? This publication includes a hundred nice advertising principles, extracted from the area s most sensible companies.Ideas give you the gasoline for people and corporations to create worth and luck. certainly the ability of principles may exceed the facility of cash. One uncomplicated inspiration might be the catalyst to maneuver markets, motivate colleagues and staff, and catch the hearts and imaginations of shoppers. This e-book may be that very catalyst. every one advertising inspiration is succinctly defined and is by means of suggestion on the way it might be utilized to the reader s personal company state of affairs. an easy yet almost certainly robust booklet for someone looking new notion and that killer program.

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Lost customers probably liked some of what you did, even if they didn’t like all of it: they already know you, and probably you already know them. So why not try to win them back? Obviously you will need to have a very clear understanding of why they defected in the first place, and (ideally) you should have a different win-back plan for each type of defection. The idea BellSouth Mobility is a major cellphone operator in southern America. The cellphone business has a high churn rate, but BellSouth Mobility recognized that its rate was exceptionally high— so it set about revitalizing lost customers.

Remington’s keyboard layout was so successful in marketing the new technology that the QWERTY keyboard survives to this day, 100 GREAT MARKETING IDEAS • 37 despite being relatively inefficient: the alternative might have been that typewriters might never have been adopted. In practice • • • This works best for complex products. Don’t be afraid to redesign the product to make the demonstrations more striking. The easier something looks to operate, the more likely it will be adopted. 38 • 100 GREAT MARKETING IDEAS 20 THROW A PARTY Getting the product as close as possible to your customers is an obvious tactic.

Often what seems like a logical way to proceed turns out not to be—and then those customers are REALLY lost! • Time your win-back plan to coincide with the customer’s ability to return. 44 • 100 GREAT MARKETING IDEAS 23 BAIT THE HOOK Often purchases of one product encourage purchases of another. A gift or loan of one product creates demand for something else that shows a profit. People sometimes need a little nudge to buy from you rather than from somebody else—and you can often arrange to give them that nudge at very little cost, if you just think about people’s needs.

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