Business Promotions is communicating with the public in an attempt to influence them toward buying your products and/or services. You might communicate in person through direct selling or in a re...

Business Promotions is communicating with the public in an attempt to influence them toward buying your products and/or services. You might communicate in person through direct selling or in a retail store, via the internet through a website or social media platform, electronically through email or text messaging (SMS marketing), just to name a few of the more popular business communication channels, but it's the intention to influence the consumer that defines promotion and sets it apart from other communication with customers and/or clients. The words promotion and advertising are often used interchangeably, but they're not the same thing. Advertising is one specific action you could take to promote your product or service. It's one type of promotion. (See the examples of business promotion below for other types of promotion that small businesses commonly use.) Promotion, as a general term, includes all the ways available to make a product and/or service known to and available to purchase by customers. The word promotion is also used specifically to refer to a particular activity that is intended to promote the business, product or service. A store might advertise that it's having a big promotion on certain items, for instance, or a business person may refer to an ad as a promotion. Businesses also often create or buy promotional merchandise, products that often have been branded with a company's logo, to give away at events such as trade shows or as thank yous to customers. Examples: Contests and advertising are two examples of popular promotion activities. Word of mouth is considered by many to be the most effective way to promote a business, and best of all it is free. Studies have shown that over 90 percent of consumers use recommendations from friends or family when choosing products or services. Businesses that consistently go the extra mile to provide superior customer service rely on word of mouth over other forms of promotion. Actively asking for referrals is one way you can speed up the word of mouth process. .

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