Tuesday, 3 July 2012

Bored with something for nothing culture - #marketing

People are constantly looking for free promotions from businesses and are no longer prepared to pay a fare price for things. We have appeared to embraced the 'something for nothing' culture  and are consequently (probably) destroying the fundamental laws of capitalism. If you can get everything for free then how do we make money?

Something for nothing is a part of marketing, a way to trap your client into a product, a culture or a brand, to entice them or convince them to buy your related products. Merchandising to promote your brand in many businesses is an intermittent activity. It is often the area of retail compromise - time, budget, space or even creative flair can put the brakes on a proven marketing exercise. Implementing simple solutions should increase your sales and allow your existing staff to concentrate on your precious customers.

Marketing also applies to online business activities -  Marketing is the art of selling things. Getting things seen and viewed correctly is an important part of on line selling. Taking tips from the real world - retail shop displays and visualizing layouts of products and aisle layouts are the best ways to envisage an online shopping experience. Optimizing visual layouts is a key to success, the words wrapped around the images help to describe the virtual product to the viewer in the real world.

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