What Is Mean By Promotional Activities?


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Ellie Hoe answered
Promotional activities include all the activities carried out by an organization for promoting its brand. Promotional activities include advertising on television, radio, websites etc, doing personal selling i.e. Selling the products through sales person or door to door selling etc. An organization can also promote its products through public relations i.e by use of newspapers, media. It can sponsor events to become prominent in the eyes of the customers. The ultimate goal of any promotional activity is to increase the sales of its products or to create brand awareness among consumers.
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Anonymous answered
The process of promoting a product or brand using different promotional mediums like internet, TV, Radio or newspaper is a promotional activity. The main motto behind promotional activity is just for creating a brand value. This can be achieved depending upon how effectively you promote a service, one of the method of promoting service is Promotional Gifts.
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Mia Gutsberg answered

The goal of marketing is to stand out and be noticed. Good marketing keeps drawing your customers' attention to your products and services. Your clearly defined, well-packaged, competitively-priced products and services are the foundation of your marketing. And brands tend to send the promotional information to some coupon sites like Retailmenot and Couponbirds so they can get more customers and fame. www.couponbirds.com/ Meanwhile, customers can save their money.

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William Hook answered

Promotional Activities refer to the entire set of activities, which communicate the product, brand to the clients or people. To make people aware and attract towards the brand, business promotion activities are compulsory. There are several types of promotions Activities. Above the line, promotions include Online Display Advertising, press releases, consumer promotions, e-mail marketing, etc.

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