If you don't know who your customers are, your Executive Email List will always be on the back foot. Why do things the hard way? It is far more lucrative to keep in touch with customers and reward good customers, by simply encouraging them to remain loyal to your business. The first step to achieving this; is to build a good database and stay in contact with your customers and potential customers. Here are some Executive Email List no-cost and low-cost marketing ideas almost any business can use to add customers to a database to increase sales and profits.
One idea is to offer participation in a prize Executive Email List draw in return for collecting customer details. As an incentive, you could give away a product or a special discount. 2. If you are running a retail store or office, you could place a jar or fishbowl on the counter or reception desk for business cards. Then at the Executive Email List end of each week or month, draw a winner. It is a good idea to have some plain cards on hand for those people who do not have a business card. Use brightly colored cards as they will add to the excitement and attract attention to the fishbowl.
A local printing company will probably have an Executive Email List of some free card off-cuts to use. 3. Another idea relates to special customer deals. Whenever possible, take a note of their name, phone number, and/or email address. The following month you can make these people another offer as a reward for taking up the Executive Email List original offer. You will find you get a high percentage of successful sales. 4. If you are operating over the internet, offer a free report to build your database. Another idea is to offer a free mini-course or newsletter ezine.