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Strategy to help retailers get better marketing results by concentrating on their ideas customers. Discussion of different marketing strategies including in-store, online, suggestive sales, and some ...

Strategy to help retailers get better marketing results by concentrating on their ideas customers. Discussion of different marketing strategies including in-store, online, suggestive sales, and some on strategic partnerships. Some cost and time factors to consider. Part 1 of 3 part series for Downtown Austin Alliance Retailers Roundtable.

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  • At table, decide if same marketing strategy applies to hard and soft goods. Justify, All vote.
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  • Vote – more existing, new or prospects
  • Photo from http://www.flickr.com/photos/24761036@N00/2852930881/sizes/m/ - Statues at Swanston St, Melbourne at BourkeHave them define RAW clients
  • Focused on the past (problem), future (opportunity), present (status quo) VOTE on which more relevant to them.
  • Jan Give basics see if relevantTexan, author, worked in retail small & large, love to teach and learn, work with husband of 30 years, grandfather had furniture/hardware stores with his brothers, uncles had business togetherLived in IL, VA, CO, England, Mexico, Dallas; led trade missions to Ecuador and Japan,CEO, Worked for the state, volunteer for City Art Fair, Farmers Market,,Humane Society DAA events stroll, RG4NSmall Business AdvocateUp early to feed animalsJan and Dan show
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  • QR code for my blog owners view.com. Who uses these?
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  • Jan - 2/3 use their loyalty, frequent shopper card at least weekly; 85% use it at least monthly; can be costly – maintenance and marketing 5-30 Million; 50% of retailers offer loyalty programs.65% of shoppers consider frequent shopper programs important in their decision to buy http://www.santella.com/index.html
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  • 1. Marketing Basics
    Presenters:Jan Triplett, Ph.D.
    Dan Diener
    Business Success Center
    Hashtag #DAA Marketing
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    Your Passion, Our Expertise
    • Sales, marketing, and financial strategists
    • 3. 28 years of successful results for service & product businesses
    • 4. Award-winning
    • 5. Professionally certified
    • 6. Proud to be green
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    Who are you?
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    Wish there were more in your store? Or that there were better ones?
  • 8. Find
    Acquire
    Reinforce
    Retain
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    Think FARR, Go Far
    Go for “Yes” customers, fire the “No’s”
  • 9. “The purpose of business is to create a customer. Marketing is the distinguishing, unique function of the business. It is everything seen from the point of view of the customer.”
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    Marketing Defined
    Peter Drucker, Mgmt “Guru”
  • 10. Types of Customers
    All go through same buying steps
    Best customers high on willingness & desire
    Suspects
    Prospects
    Existing
    Former
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    Desire to Willingness
    Willingness
    Desire
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    Some Customers You Want, Some You Don’t
    •Platinum & Goldcreate stability•Silverhas potential•Bronzeis uncertain•Lead is a time waster
    •Concrete is a business killer – never satisfied
    •Radio Active Waste is a long-lasting reputation reducer
  • 12. Problem
    Solved
    Reduced
    Eliminated
    Prevented
    Opportunity
    Created
    Used
    Status Quo
    Maintain
    Purchasing is emotional, not logical. Do your products give customers what they want?
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    Do your products provide the right outcome?
  • 13. Profiles & Personas (stories)
    Write out your Platinum Customer Profile™
    Am I your customer?
    Is he your customer?
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    • Demographics
    • Psychographics
    • Risk
    • Decision Style
    • Buying Behavior
    • Game• Food Relationship
    Why are they relevant?
  • 14. Short Term
    Money
    Long Term
    Money
    Lower cost to find, acquire, retain
    Buy more profitable products & services
    Responsive to Upselling
    & Cross Marketing
    Value
    Influencer
    Idea generator
    Referral source
    Quality Control
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    Focus on Your Best Customers
  • 15. Positioning Basis — Value, Total Solution, Innovation
    What to position — Product and Store
    How this relates to competition and competitive advantage
    How this relates to pricing (more next session)
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    Positioning, Competition, Pricing
    What’s in your store?
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    Capital Kia- Austin, TX
    What’s the Tag line? Who’s the focus?
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    What’s the positioning? What’s WIFC? What’s different from the Kia dealer?
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    Same customer as Kia? Appeal?
  • 19. Don’t be foolish. Look at all parts of your business to make a bigger marketing impact.
    Staff and ongoing training
    Greeting customers
    Answering phone
    Customer support
    Billing
    Pricing
    Special events
    Strategic Partners
    Store arrangement/merchandising
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    Best Marketing Mgmt Processes
    What do you do?
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    Will this bring sales?
    Maybe for a specific kind of customer who doesn’t feel they have to come in.
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    Or this? Shoppers saved $3.7 billion in coupons in 2010. 332 billion coupons distributed (largest number ever) 87% of coupons were inserts 5.2% handed out in stores 37% increase in online coupons.
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    Web wonders at a cost of 5K?
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    Podcasts and other social media vs. Traditional Personal Media
    http://www.peoplespharmacy.com/radio-shows/
    Worth $400-$600 a week to create? People’s Pharmacy
    Time and effort for Twitter? FaceBook? Blogs?
    Bloggers United, 2Mon, 2-4pm All Welcome
    Traditional PR and Promotion?
    Value of strategic alliances? More in next series.
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    B&W AdsCheaper, but do they work?
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    Simple & focused usually wins
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    Free? Hardly.
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    Only 15% of customers loyal; Account for 55-70% of all sales. Loyalty is the goal. Coupons only short-term.
  • 30. Loyalty Program
    CRM program
    Suggestive selling/ package deals
    Go Local Card
    Special recognition of your Platinum customers
    Getting more from each sale
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    Recommended Marketing Strategies
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    Market to Your Platinum Customers, Your Key to Long Term Success
    They are:
    • Open
    • 32. Actively refer
    • 33. Provide Quality Control
    • 34. Are engaged & offer ideas
    • 35. Want a relationship
    • 36. Likeable
    • 37. Trustworthy
    • 38. Hassle free or hassle less customers
    Focus on marketing that is meaningful to them, not just anyone.
  • 39. People
    Problem/Goal
    Product Mix
    Positioning
    Competitive Advantage
    Pricing
    Management Process
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    BSC’s 7 Steps to Marketing Success
  • 40. Angel Customers and Demon Customers by Selden & Colvin
    Blue Ocean Strategy by Kim & Mauborgne
    Customers for Life by Sewell & Brown
    Think Like Your Customer by Bill Stinnett
    Online: http://www.retailwire.com
    More recommended reading at my blog: http://www.ownersview.com
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    Worth Checking Out
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    Homework (complete & bring next week)
    Ask each staff person who is the best customer and why.
    Look at your sales history and create a list of the top 5 customers. When was the last time they were in the store? Last purchase?
    Look at all your marketing collateral and online marketing efforts.
    A. Is it aimed at your best customers?
    B. What is your best return in terms of time & $$?
    C. What was the worst?
    D. What needs to change for better results?
    E. Id your best marketing strategy to reconnect.
  • 42. Here’s to your success!
    Jan Tripletttriplett@runitright.biz
    Jan Triplett
    Blog: http://www.ownersview.com
    (512) 933-1983
    Dan Diener
    ddiener@runitright.biz
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