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:
What’s the key to writing good uniform marketing content? As an experienced marketer, you can probably think of many answers to this question. From SEO to local authenticity to brevity to accuracy, there’s a lot that goes into making uniform content appealing. Successful marketers have to master all these things if they want their content to be seen and appreciated.
Out with the old, in with the new? For uniform marketers, this may seem like common sense. The market is constantly changing, with new technologies, products, and other trends redefining what forms of publicity will be successful. If your company wants to survive, shouldn’t you be changing the way you promote your uniforms?
Stop me if you’ve been in this situation: you visit a website for a product you’re interested in but find the writing style so boring or confusing that you just can't make it through the page. As a uniform marketer, you need to make sure potential customers aren’t thinking this when they visit your site. Even if you aren’t a trained writer, there are some simple principles to remember that will help you make your pages vastly more interesting and engaging. So when creating or updating your website for uniform sales, make sure to:
Topics: Marketing Your Uniform Company
What exactly are you selling? As a uniform marketer, you might think the answer is, well, uniforms, but that would be a mistake. You’re selling solutions to problems, sources of greater wealth, and opportunities to enhance your clients’ businesses. Your gear is just a means to these ends, so your marketing materials should always focus on how best to achieve them.
Ask a marketer or business owner what they’d like most in the world, and they’ll probably tell you “more customers.” What often comes after customers on a business’ wish list? More traffic to their site. There are many ways you can increase traffic on your website, and in today’s post, we’re going to look at 25 of them, including several ways to boost site traffic for FREE.
Never let your marketing go stale. No matter how appealing clients find your PR strategy, when they realize you’re not going to change it, they’ll quickly lose interest. Staying fresh is especially important for uniform companies, as they sell a product that clients generally don’t care much about at first glance. Thus if you’re trying to sell uniforms, you need to find a way of making your product fascinating, and that begins by varying what you say about it throughout the year. The following simple tips will help you do just that:
When marketing your uniform company online, you may think that you need to build publicity from the ground up. But why not take advantage of publicity that already exists— namely, that of established influencers? If you can get someone who has a large online following to endorse your product, you instantly gain the attention and interest of their fans, potentially earning you thousands or even millions of customers. Thus by mastering the art of influencer marketing, you can dramatically improve the effectiveness of your publicity efforts, all while lowering their cost.
The Information Age is here, and it’s transforming every aspect of modern business. Thanks to the rise of big data and analytical technology, companies of all stripes gathering more information in hopes of better understanding the market. As a uniform seller, your company can benefit immensely from big data. In particular, you can use these resources to more effectively target customers, maximize sales, and decide which items to sell. Thus by incorporating big data, you can lower the cost and increase the effectiveness of all your sales efforts.
These are just some of the ways in which the world will look very different for apparel companies in the future than it does today. What can apparel companies do today to be among tomorrow's winners? In this article, we discuss the primary ways in which the world is changing and how these shifts will have a significant impact on the way apparel brands and retailers do business.