October 28, 2020  
 
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Marketing a Combustion Controls Business

Marketing plays a central role in any company. But when it comes to a combustion controls business, your ability to market your brand can be the deciding factor between barely making it and achieving stellar industry success.

It's clear that exceptional combustion controls business leaders tend to possess solid marketing skills. But what does it take to become a skilled marketer in this market sector?

What to know the characteristics that distinguish leading combustion controls businesses from average companies? Surprisingly, the ability to create clear brand messages often outweighs product quality and other considerations.

Market Segmentation

Given the current competitive landscape, you can't successfully promote a combustion controls business without a market segmentation strategy. Market segmentation has been around for decades and it has enabled many smaller companies to dominate parts of the market, even when they face competition from larger firms.

Filtered mailing lists facilitate market segmentation by focusing your resources on customers within your segment. The best list providers are equipped to accommodate various segments for contained within your combustion controls business market agenda.

Marketing Expertise

Whether you're a marketing newbie or a seasoned veteran, you need to make a deliberate effort to educate yourself about innovative marketing principles. Entrepreneurs and leaders of combustion controls businesses are usually hesitant to engage in high-risk marketing. Since inexperience raises the risk level, the quality of the marketer is just as important as the quality of the message. When in doubt, tap into either an internal or external knowledge base to design your company's marketing strategy.

Loss Leaders

The majority of combustion controls businesses are willing to sustain a slight loss or breakeven position on certain products and service offerings as a way to attract customers. Although you may lose money on one product, you can make up for it buy selling a higher volume of other products. But to be effective, loss leader marketing requires planning, especially in product selection and price points. For the majority of combustion controls businesses, the real benefits of loss leaders emerge through the careful marketing of other products, usually offered at a much higher margin. Whenever possible, piggyback a loss leader approach with the purchase of bulk merchandise that can be bought at a discount.

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