July 9, 2020  
 
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Marketing an Organic Food Business

The value and earning capacity of an organic food business largely depends on the quality of its marketing efforts. But great marketing takes a lot more than hanging a shingle and hoping for the best.

The marketing model for an organic food business is a case study in business evolution, with innovative tactics and techniques being rolled out on a continuous basis.

Strategic marketing tactics can help small organic food businesses scale their visibility with consumers. Though small organizations may not have the marketing budgets of large corporations, the consistent delivery of targeted messaging has a cumulative effect on the market's consciousness.

Company Website

Technology is changing the way small businesses market their products and brands. The on-ramp for using technology to promote your organic food business is also the anchor point for your technological strategy: A company website. A shoddy, thrown-together website is a net loss for your organization. To compete online, your website has to contain features and design elements that encourage visitors to drill deeper and incorporate the site into their online routines. 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.

Competitive Awareness

Competitive awareness is the starting point for creativity in marketing. Innovation is desirable in marketing, but if your company doesn't maintain a presence in the channels that are being used by other organic food businesses, there's a good chance that you're missing something. Although you might be convinced that a new strategy will give your company an edge, it's reassuring to consult with a professional marketer before you go too far down the road.

Promotional Calendars

Sloppy marketing programs have no place in growing organic food businesses. A strategy chocked full of time-sensitive ad placements and other tactics can devolve into a tangled mess of overlapping deliverables unless it is coordinated in a promotional calendar. Good calendars include not only tactical deadlines, but also schedules for the inputs (e.g. staff assets, vendors, etc.) that are required to execute strategic objectives. When used in tandem with a quality mailing list provider, promotional calendars can ensure the continuous execution of direct mail campaigns.

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