9 Ways Printing Can Find You the Love of Your Life

How do you currently get your new customers? Be honest – do you have multiple pillars in your business to generate new business and a constant one at that, making sure you’re finding the right customer for you… the love of your life. In this article we’ll look at ways you can incorporate print into those pillars to generate more business.Multiple marketing pillars are a must for any business, whatever your product or service, if you don’t rely on more than one pillar, and that pillar collapses where will your business be? Think of the Parthenon…

Multiple marketing pillars

make sure your business is supported by multiple pillars

This structure has been standing for thousands of years, mostly due to the amount of pillars that are supporting the structure, however, if there was only a few pillars then the structure would definitely not still be standing. Now imagine the roof is your business, supporting your business should be multiple pillars, some of those pillars could be:

  • Printed Newsletters
  • Social Media
  • Auto-responders
  • Networking
  • Referral marketing
  • Direct Mail
  • Blogging
  • Website
  • Email marketing
  • Phone Calls
  • Sign written vehicle

You get the idea & this list is by no means exhaustive, marketing pillars can be everything and anything that is used to generate customers or new business.

We all, daily, receive tonnes of emails and are exposed to website advertising and at some stage you become numb to it. Missing out the sponsored adverts on Google disregarding the banner retargeted ads on sites. But receive a nice piece of Direct Mail, letter or Newsletter in your mail and you take time to read it. Done correctly – print – in the marketing mix (that’s very important) can increase your return.

So the next time you’re thinking of running a campaign, why not think how you can integrate social media, print & email into the mix. That way you’ll be approaching your customer in multiple ways and making sure your message is heard.

If you’re using cross media in your marketing, let us know how you’re getting on, I’d love to hear what’s worked for you. Even if it’s not print!

 

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