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Ideas For Local Store Marketing
Posted by Anonymous on
3/2/2005 at 5:54 AM ET
I'm new in the field of marketing. I'm going to make a marketing plan for our local stores. The line of our business is cosmetic dermatology. Though our positioning in the market is clear, i need to implement some creative strategies to promote and sell our products and services. I have some ideas in mind but i need new ones. Please help.
3/2/2005 at 6:24 AM
Hi, I think you need to tell us more esp. your positioning in the marketplace before we can suggest alternatives
3/2/2005 at 6:26 AM
We will need more info in order to help you.
like what does your store sell, who does it sell to, etc.
Also in the mean time you can read some of the answers given to similar questions to get some more ideas. You can do this by clicking on search question above.
If you can share your ideas that would be good as you will be able to get feed backs on them.
Sanjeev Kumar Vyas
3/3/2005 at 5:11 AM
How about free makeovers/consultation camps;contests;tie-ups with local doctors/clinics
4/30/2005 at 10:45 PM
Hello all. I am closing this question since it's more than 2 weeks old. We do this to reward the contributions of participants in a timely manner + to give increased visibility to the newer questions.
Thanks, so much, for participating!
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