Does branding really matter? The answer is simple: Yes — it matters a heck of a lot.
Whether your agribusiness is well established or you’re just getting started, your company’s branding can have a profound impact on your market value. Investing in your brand is one of the best ways to increase sales and grow your business.
Higher automotive quality has given repair shop owners a reason to celebrate. According to a 2016 research report form IHS Markit, that’s the reason consumers are keeping their light vehicles for 11.6 years on average. Longer ownership means consumers are more likely to invest in repairs and regular upkeep.
This is a continuation of a previous post where we touched on uncovering your farm and tractor brand’s “difference maker,” where and why you should claim local listings, and how radio advertising can drive sales.
The number of retail options available to agricultural customers is much greater now than just a few years ago. Between the growth of local retailers and the advent of Amazon, customers now have many different places to turn for some or all of the equipment and supplies they need. Now more than ever, your tractor supply company needs to stand out. And the way to do that is with strategic, well executed marketing.
Your brand requires constant attention. That’s because it’s far more than your logo, tagline, or anything tangible — your brand is the sum of every interaction a consumer has with your company. It’s a living, changing thing you can’t entirely control, and it can mean something different from one customer to the next.
For consumers and businesses, the Holiday season is perhaps one of the most chaotic times of the year. Between shopping, family gatherings, and an insane amount of shopping, it can be tough for any business to be at the top of people’s (often cluttered) minds throughout the holidays.
Topics: Marketing Strategy
If you’re in the business of selling products or services to other businesses, then you’re what’s known as a B2B or Business-to-Business enterprise. Okay, so you already know this. But did you know that radio advertising works great for B2B, too?
Halloween is a truly spooky time of year that features horror movies aplenty. Yet those monsters creeping in the dark aren’t half as terrifying as certain scary mistakes in marketing. They ought to send marketers running away screaming, but just like the teens in horror flicks, unsuspecting businesses will walk straight into the jaws of doom. In today’s post, we’ve collected a trio of advertising horrors along with the tips you need to survive and avoid marketing mistakes like them for a happier, more successful Halloween.
Topics: Marketing Strategy
Every marketing campaign relies on effective advertising frequency, which is to say, the number of times that a consumer is exposed to an advertisement or brand message per week that’s best at effectively influencing them to respond. It may sound like a magic number, but we know what that number is: a frequency of 3. Hearing an advertisement three times builds recognition and trust while inspiring action without the risk of wearout. In today’s post, we’ll talk about three ways to make the most of the first three times consumers are exposed to your marketing in Joplin, Missouri.