June 4, 2020  
 
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Marketing a Dog Training Supplies Retail Business

Promotional tactics for dog training supplies retail businesses are exceptionally diverse. But in our experience, there are a handful of tips and strategies that will deliver the best return for your marketing efforts.

The struggle to find the right marketing mix is never-ending in a profit-oriented small business. However, great marketing strategies share a common characteristic.

The marketplace is constantly shifting to accommodate consumer demand and that means businesses need to adapt their marketing requirements accordingly. More than ever before, foundational marketing concepts have become the bedrock upon which successful marketing strategies are constructed.

Company Website

Technology is changing the way small businesses market their products and brands. The on-ramp for using technology to promote your dog training supplies retail business must be an exceptional website. A functional and attractive company website is no longer an option for businesses with a long-term outlook. Content, architecture, and features are important consideration when creating a website. Conversion paths are also important. With the proper design, your site can walk new visitors through a series of decisions that culminate with either an online sale, a phone order, a personal visit or a request for more information.

Customer Awareness

Many of the highest performing dog training supplies retail businesses struggle to keep pace with the customers in their market. Since disconnection with the marketplace isn't an option, it's important to create mechanisms to monitor market trends. More often than not, failure to maintain a robust connection with the marketplace translates into poor brand recognition and lackluster sales. By improving market awareness, small companies can often establish more meaningful customer connections than their competitors.

Email Campaigns

How many people do you know who don't have an email account? Not many. What does that mean for your company? It means the odds are in favor of email campaigns actually connecting with customers. In many dog training supplies retail businesses, collecting and updating the email addresses of qualified recipients isn't cost-effective. At Gaebler, we recommend buying mailing lists from professional, third-party providers. Purchased lists aren't the only source for customer contacts, but they can be used to create fast momentum for email campaigns and other initiatives.

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