Every online store wants to increase traffic and conversions. But even after you’ve put together a basic strategy it can still be challenging to decide on which marketing tactics you should try.
Whether you’re a new uniform business or have been in business for several years, getting more ecommerce sales will benefit your company.
Everyone’s always talking about how your Home, Services and About pages are critical website real estate for your business. For a uniform marketer, clear calls to action on those pages will lead to your Contact page. It is your Contact page that often leads to your first contact with a prospective customer. Make sure you put your best foot forward by creating the perfect Contact page.
Ever clicked on a link, only to wait two minutes for the page to load? If so, you likely felt frustration and indignation. There’s a good chance you navigated away from the page before it loaded, and even if you waited, you probably don’t remember the experience positively.
The rise of the gig economy is one of the most important events of the modern era. Rather than work through a larger company, millions of professionals are choosing to serve clients directly. As a uniform marketer, this new trend gives you the opportunity to hire a wide range of skilled specialists who can help you promote your company. The better you understand what kinds of freelance workers you can hire and when it is appropriate to hire them, the easier it is to take advantage of the gig economy. When marketing uniforms, these workers include:
“It’s not what you know; it’s whom you know.” This maxim has always rung true in the uniform industry, but it’s particularly important in the digital age. Potential clients are constantly being bombarded with marketing content for uniforms, gear, and a host of related items, and have little way of telling which offer truly suits their needs. In this environment, they’re most likely to choose a brand that they recognize and trust. Digital networking allows you to build this relationship of trust even with clients you have never met in person. By adopting the following digital networking tips, you can cut through the confusion and establish a loyal base of clients:
What’s the best way to predict future behavior? Say it with me: past behavior! If someone made a decision in the past, they’re a lot more likely to make the same decision in the future. This principle is particularly important in uniform marketing, where it’s critical to focus your resources on the potential clients who are most likely to make a purchase. Remarketing is the art of convincing past clients to come back for more. Through the following remarketing strategies, you can boost sales of all your gear at minimal cost and effort: