October 28, 2020  
 
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Marketing a Government Information Services Business

Promotional tactics for government information services 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.

Still looking for a way to effectively market your government information services business? It's hard to get your messages heard through the industry's noise.

Marketing increases the brand footprint of a government information services business using a carefully crafted mix of techniques and tactics.

Customer Awareness

Many of the highest performing government information services businesses go out of their way to maintain clear channels of communication with their customers. In this market sector, managers and promoters need to be extremely familiar with their customers' needs and purchasing preferences. 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. So if you can deliver messaging to your customers' inboxes, the likelihood it will be seen and read by a large percentage of recipients is extremely high. In many government information services 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.

Discounts

People like to feel like they're getting a discount, so not surprisingly government information services business shoppers treat value as an invitation to buy. Orchestrated discount programs communicate value because they create the perception that the customer is getting more for less. However, for consumers located in the government information services business industry, value discounts need to be attractive when stacked against the competition. For better results, consider rotating the products you discount to incentivize customers to monitor your marketing channels.

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