Lisa Robbin Young

How to keep the attention of your target audience

Your target audience and your existing customers are the people that you should be thinking about the most, always. They are the ones who are going to keep your business going, and they are the ones that you need to be focusing on as much as you can. This isn’t to say that other demographics aren’t important because of course they are, but there is something special about these two particular groups of people. In this article, we’re going to be taking a look at some of the things that you can do to keep the attention of your target audience and existing customers. Keep reading down below if you would like to find out more.

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Email Marketing

First, you might want to consider email marketing. At times, people are going to push your business to the back of their minds when they no longer think that they need you. The problem with this is that at the back of their minds is not where you want to be, so you have to remind them that you are right here, waiting to give them what they need. Email marketing is a fantastic way to do this, as long as it doesn’t look spammy. As long as you are not sending them a million emails in a week, and your emails aren’t full of spam, then this can be a helpful tactic.

Too many companies make the mistake of sending out emails that contain no useful information in them, and nothing that is going to grab attention. This is where you’re going to lose people, so you’ve got to make sure that any email you send out is relevant.

Create A Community

Another thing that you are going to need to put your focus on is creating a community within your existing customers. You want to make it something that potential customers want to be a part of, and existing customers love being a part of. Once you have established a community online, you can start to look into things like how to create an app for your online community so that they have a special place they can all go to find information on your business. It might not seem like something that is worth your time to do, but let us ask you how many big companies that you know of that don’t have apps? None.

Post On Social Media

Social media is an important part of any business now that we are living in the age of technology. Pretty much everyone is on social media now, and those that don't, know people that are so they get the latest through them anyway. As such, you should ensure that your business has pages on all of the main platforms such as Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn at the very least. You might even want to include things like TikTok to give your posts some variety.

All of these pages need to be active with posts being made frequently, and engagement from your business with your customers. You want to make them feel as though they are special to the company. This is a big task to do though, so we do recommend that you hire someone to manage all social media as their main task.

New Marketing Campaigns

The final thing that we want to address is that you should be launching new marketing campaigns, but don’t go over the top with it. Of course, people like to see new things from your business, but if you have only recently launched a campaign and then you are trying to throw another one at people, it’s going to get confusing.

Also, before you launch ANYTHING, you need to make sure that it has been run through a focus group. They are there to ensure that you don’t put out anything that won’t land well, or anything that might offend anyone, so they are essential to the process. Too many businesses seem to think that they don’t need them, and that’s a mistake they will pay the price for.

We hope that you have found this article helpful, and now see some of the things that you are going to need to do if you want to keep the attention of your target audience and your existing customers. It’s important that you take the time to plan ahead so that you know what your next move is well in advance. The last thing that you want to do is get left behind, and lose all your customers, as well as existing customers to a company that markets better. We wish you the very best of luck with this, and hope that it proves successful.

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