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One of the greatest ways to add marketing value to your business is to attend a business exhibition. As well as gaining new leads, you get to invite your existing and potential clients to find more about your offering. For all this to happen you need to make sure you are well prepared for the event.
We can all agree that organising an exhibition is a challenging and complicated process. Therefore with the following few paragraphs we will aim to give you a few ideas on how to make the most of this powerful marketing experience and avoid some common mistakes.
“Think of your own purchasing decisions, what do you do?”
One of the most important rules of business and marketing is to understand your customers, as these are the people who will support your business by purchasing products and services from you. The clearer you can explain it to them the better, as this will allow you to tailor the most effective content and encourage, not more people to read it, but the right people to make the decision to purchase.
They have always based the romantic notion of beauty being in the eye of the beholder, a way of showing that everyone has something that is beautiful about them, on somebody. With this ringing true for dating and romance it may have been time to consider how this can apply to our viewing on the internet.
Every month an average person visits 111 domains and surfs 2,554 pages. It means that 111 websites fight for viewer’s attention and, depending on how well they do, are further divided into those who stay and those who fail. Here is a list of 7 main elements which would place you in the second group.
We live in the world where people are constantly running somewhere; I am no exception. There is no way I would spend more than a minute of my time waiting for a website to load. In most cases this website would be closed and any brand would be forgotten. These days, even 400 milliseconds — literally the blink of an eye — is too long, as Google engineers have discovered Please, please don’t annoy potential customers and ensure that your website is fast enough.
Assuming that you pass the “speed test”, design is the first thing a visitor sees on a website. If the overall look of it does not satisfy me, I will not be happy about the content either. The judgment of the design in some cases might happen on an unconsciousness level; ensure that you don’t lose your visitors simply because of messy layout, low contrast between the background and text or any similar design mistakes.