February 23, 2020  
 
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Marketing a Buttonhole Making Business

Marketing a buttonhole making business can be a daunting task for new entrepreneurs. But with consumer demand on the rise, marketing skills are becoming increasingly important for buttonhole making business owners and managers.

If you're hoping to leverage marketing to give your buttonhole making business a competitive advantage you're not alone.

Common sense and practical decision making are part of the marketing equation. But to rise to the top of the industry, you'll need to gain a deeper understanding of the marketing tactics competitive buttonhole making businesses have incorporated into their marketing plans.

When It's Time to Rebrand

Looking for a way to re-catalyze your marketing program? If you need a quick fix, rebranding might not be the right tool for the job. Rebranding is an intentional marketing technique designed to deliver long term results. In a buttonhole making business, owners are often inspired to rebrand after analysis has demonstrated that the current brand is losing its impact in the marketplace. Unless you are confident that you possess the skills necessary to rebrand your business, we advise consulting with a professional marketing firm before you introduce a new brand to your customers.

Bundling

Messaging matters - but only to the degree that it communicates value to cost-conscious consumers. Businesses that bundle products tap into the market's psyche by creating the perception (real or imagined) of cost-savings. If you have never bundled before, take out word for it - most buttonhole making businesses have the ability to bundle multiple products and services into a single offering that customers find appealing. Often, bundling is used to offload excess inventory or to pair a low profit product with one that has a higher markup.

Building A Community Around Your Brand

Social media is an up and coming marketing channel, primarily because it coalesces a community around brands. Whether they realize it or not buttonhole making businesses can benefit from marketing strategies that leverage communities and networks. To establish a solid community base, you may want to begin with a direct mail campaign using mailing lists obtained through top-end list providers. Using these lists, you can perform a direct mail initiative to invite prospects to participate in online brand community mechanisms.

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