People Only Remember You If You Blow Their Minds

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Every month over 540,000 new businesses are launched. In such a constellation, it becomes essential to get your business noticed if you want to survive through the first years. Indeed, aspiring entrepreneurs struggle a lot with finding an audience. This is not always caused by a lack of market knowledge or poor marketing strategy. With so many companies around, you need to be creative to get the market attention. Being creative doesn’t also mean investing tons of money in brand new marketing strategies. In truth, it’s about making an impression on your audience. You need to consider that there is a high level of information shared and published every day. Consequently, getting noticed is about differentiating your message from others. Whether it is about doing something differently or addressing relevant issues, as an entrepreneur, your role is to find a way to get heard among the voices of other companies. In other words, you have to blind your audience’s mind if you want to succeed in business.

Rock An Event Like Nobody Else

Planning an event might seem like the safest way to gain attention and accumulate leads. In truth, events need preparation and organization to get noticed and attract the crowd. What does it mean at an entrepreneur’s level? It means that you need to create a buzz around your event. This starts by getting a blog ready in advance and maintaining it throughout the event. As a rule of the thumb, you want to give yourself a minimum of three months advance to start your blog. However, the earlier is definitely, the better way to do it. Additionally, if you start early enough, you can create relevant hashtags to use in social media posts as you spread the word about your event, #YourAwesomeEvent. Organization is at the core of your event success, from managing event registration and information to planning the necessary facilities for your event. As a standard, exhibitions and open days only get attention if there is a gain for the customers, such as free goodies or free advising service for instance. Online events are more popular, but they don’t always captivate your audience’s attention.

Master The Art Of Introduction

The best way to get people to know you is to introduce yourself. You can choose to do it using a more traditional approach, such as buying mailing data or promoting your company at your local chamber of commerce. But this is where the tradition ends. You need to bring a creative touch to your introduction. Using a video business card, for instance, enables you to present an interactive and original card that people will remember. Similarly, you can also invest in full direct mail packages where you can send an introductory box to a few selected businesses. Here too, you need to be playful with the marketing material and to stay away from the dull flyer or brochure. Send a free sample of your product – this is especially successful if you work in the food industry, but businesses are also keen on free tools, discounted services, or even a tiny pair of shoes for the fashion sector.

Share A Powerful Message

Finally, sometimes the best way to get heard is to have something interesting to say, just like influential bloggers. Bloggers are individuals who started a writing business with no audience and build up their success by sharing useful and pleasant content. Whether it is about making a passive income or mastering digital marketing strategies, bloggers have picked a topic they knew and shared their knowledge with the market. As a result, they’ve gradually come to the attention of an audience.

 

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