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Get Noticed: Aggressive Marketing Strategies for Maximum Exposure

Get Noticed: Aggressive Marketing Strategies for Maximum Exposure

Have you ever wondered how some companies manage to promote and sell their products that are inferior to the competition? For example, a new smartphone might have released that sells purely on a brand name. On paper, it could be technically inferior to the competition and cost far more money, making it a terrible purchase if you did the research. However, if it’s still selling like hotcakes out of a fresh bakery, then what gives?

The answer is simple: they use aggressive marketing.

Some companies are masters of pushing their product in your face at any opportunity. They will utilize every trick and cheat in the book just to get their products noticed. Before you know it, you’re going to be drowning in marketing ploys and buying yourself one of their advertised products just because your friends have one. It’s the effect of aggressive marketing and it’s how so many businesses around the world can ship cheap and bad quality products but still remain a successful business.

Promote, promote, promote!

Hosting a promotional event such as a product demonstration, a testing booth in a shopping center or even a competition could bring your product into the spotlight. After all, if your product isn’t getting out there and showing itself off, consumers won’t remember it and you’ll just be another business that wants a slice of the industry’s profits. With the help of services like Krulive, your business could get the exposure it needs to stick in the minds of consumers. If you want to host a promotional event, you need to put it in the hands of capable experts who know what they are doing. If you host a poor event, you’ll embarrass yourself and your product will become a joke.

Utilize Social Media

Using social media to expose your business doesn’t mean running an advertising campaign. It means getting involved with the community, speaking and responding to outcries, feedback, and criticism. You should never be smug or overbearing when you speak to consumers, and you should always listen to their concerns and answer their questions. Being active on the internet opens up your business to a lot of criticism, so make sure you hire a dedicated social media manager to handle your business’s online presence. If you show people on social channels that you care about their feedback and views, then you’ll forever stay in the minds of people in the industry.

Mix Traditional and Digital Advertising

People don’t spend 100% of their lives looking at traditional or digital mediums—they mix them. You might read a newspaper one day, or you might browse it digitally on your phone the next. You could be watching television on Monday night, but on Tuesday night perhaps you just want to browse YouTube videos about cats and cooking. With so many different platforms to advertise on, you’d be wise to mix them up and target your audience with a mix of both traditional and digital advertising. The more money you spend on variety, the more customers you’ll reel in.

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Kunbi Tinuoye
Kunbi Tinuoye
Kunbi Tinuoye is the founder and CEO of UrbanGeekz. Previously, she worked as a News Correspondent for NBC’s theGrio. Prior, she was a senior broadcast journalist for the BBC in London. Tinuoye currently sits on the SXSW Pitch Advisory Board and CES Conference Advisory Board. She is a key player in the Atlanta tech startup ecosystem and serves as a mentor for Comcast NBCUniversal’s The Farm Accelerator. Tinuoye has received several awards and accolades, including being honored with a Resolution from the Georgia Legislative.
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