Is the process of marketing your product beginning to feel a little ho-hum? Many businesses get into a rut where they keep producing the same thing over and over and marketing it in the same way. Your customers remain the same, and there’s no growth in the company. Things can continue like this indefinitely until a new product comes on the market and wipes out the competition.
Growing Your Business via Experimentation
You don’t want to be caught in a situation where your product has been made redundant. So it’s always a good idea to keep experimenting, not just with the product itself but also with marketing techniques. You may end up producing something new and selling it to the same people. Or you may find a whole new set of customers who are interested in the same product you’ve always sold.
Mailing Services for Better Marketing
Mailing services are a great way of experimenting with your marketing efforts without having to do all the work yourself. You just hand over a list of customers to our staff, and we’ll take care of sending them the direct mail, brochures, newsletters or catalogs we’ve printed for you. You can either buy a list of customers from a reputable company which checks whether these customers have expressed interest in products like yours or you can use your own database.
Marketing to Different Age Ranges
You can keep on experimenting with the people you send your mailings to. Traditionally, your product may only have appealed to one age range, but you could try sending it to people in a different age range to see if they are interested. For example, if your product is a clothing line for professional women, it could appeal to women from the ages of 20 all the way to 60. Of course, women of different ages tend to go for slightly different looks, but there’s no harm in experimenting to see if something that appeals to one age range could appeal to another as well.
Marketing to Different Geographical Regions
Similarly, you may have previously only sold your product in one state. But if you have come up with a way to produce it for less, you could expand your client base to other states too and charge your customers the appropriate shipping fees. You may find that, as long as your prices are competitive, new customers won’t have any problem paying for shipping.
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