Dating your customers
With the five commandments in hand, there are five levels of Permission Marketing you can then attempt.Seth Godin ranks them from least to most effective: This is a scenario where a lead provides their contact information and gives a business permission to assist them further.You also need to be aware of who your top sales people are and have them working the floor in the ramp up to Valentine’s day.to make the right purchasing decisions and logically schedule your staff. Traditional outbound, advertising methods, sometimes called "Interruption Marketing" aim to grab our attention away from something we're already doing.Whether it be a TV commercial or a magazine ad, it interrupts what we doing, in hopes that we'll be interested in the offer.Now let’s look at how customers find your business online. How are you being loud and proud about the client experience that you provide?
Much like Inbound Marketing, it only targeting volunteers, Permission Marketing assures that the consumers pay more attention to the Marketing message.Valentine’s day is a major profit booster for retailers; especially those working in the jewelry, gift, apparel and beauty industries.Whether you’re a hopeless romantic or a die-hard realist, if you run a retail business, you should be thinking of this holiday as a date with your customers, and if a long-term relationship is what you’re looking for, you need to prepare. Here are five ways to make a lasting impression on anyone who walks into your store.Would you agree to go out on a date with someone who you did not know and called you out of the blue? You’d expect a little flirting and romancing first, right?And, you’d want to have an idea who’s asking you out too.