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Small Business Marketing Strategies

Small Business Marketing Strategies

New businesses are started everyday. And those who start these businesses have to deal with how to market their products, ideas and services.  Let’s face it, a business can’t sell its products on its own, especially if the business is new and small.

To  achieve business success, entrepreneurs need good marketing strategy. Here are some simple and effective methods for small businesses to apply.

Know Your Market

Before you start marketing your products, you have to know who your market is. It is important to focus on your target market so as not to waste time and resources. This way, your campaigns would also be tailor-made and more appealing to prospective clients.

Identify your target market by setting a criteria. Thinking of an ideal customer whom you think will buy your products will help. Base your criteria from your “virtual customer”.  Once identified, focus on your target market. This is important for the business to be cost-effective. So instead of selling to “everybody”, try focusing on the people who would want to buy what you’re selling.

Get Online Boost

Although small businesses have limited resources, there are plenty options out there especially online. Entrepreneurs can invest in articles on blog sites, SEO and the more popular social networking sites like Twitter and Facebook. This is the fastest way to get the word out on and about your business. It’s not costly but still an effective business marketing tool.

Build Connections

Almost everything we do involves going online, and that includes shopping and the eventual purchase of products. Most of us find this convenient. But others want a more personal approach, going to the store and talking to a store personnel.

Nothing beats having a good client relationship. This will also get the word out on the business. It might not be as fast and as large as the online media but it gives a more personal touch.

Avoid Information Overload

Focus on marketing a few of your products in any media you like. Choose the products that will make clients and your potential ones curious and wanting to get more information. Like in advertising, emphasize the important features so as not bore potential clients.

Don’t get everything out there. Tendency is no one product is highlighted to get people interested and people end up not remembering what you’re selling.

Build Business Partnerships

Small businesses can benefit by collaborating with a bigger company. Both companies must have complementary businesses.

Aside from cutting costs (especially in advertising), the smaller business  gets a free ride through the bigger company’s wider market. Both companies will be exposed to different but similar markets. In short, both will have the benefit of a larger market.


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