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The How to on: Creating a Customer



How does one create customers?


By: Josh King
A customer is defined as a person or organization that purchases goods or services from a store or business.  You have a great product or service, but unless you create a demand for that product you won’t have customers.  Communicating the positives of your product, in turn creating demand, is what an effective branding campaign will accomplish.  Branding campaigns encourage your audience to purchase your product or service.   An effective branding campaign consists not just of a compelling message and/or product, but it also must be delivered in an effective manner.  Identifying who your target audience is, and what message and delivery method would be most appealing and effective to them are important aspects of the campaign.  Promotional products provide a platform to convey your message, whether it be printed on the front of a Bluetooth Speaker or emblazoned on a pen.  Identifying the most effective means in which to convey your message is how an experienced promotional product consultant can add value to the branding campaign proposition, thus helping you create customers.



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