What is Guerrilla Marketing?
In today’s business world, competition is at an all-time high. Companies want consumers to spend their money on their products, so they send consumers junk mail, spam emails, and unwanted calls. These traditional tactics have become so ingrained in consumers that businesses sometimes have to come up with other ways to get their attention.
Guerrilla marketing involves performing unusual, unexpected marketing activities in a common, everyday setting in order to generate buzz for a product or service. Guerrilla marketing is all about getting your company’s name out there in an unexpected way. If implemented correctly, guerrilla marketing is usually a form of marketing that requires little or no money to implement.
It is important to think outside the box when it comes to guerrilla marketing. You’ll need to attract the attention of your target audience.
Marketing like this used to be done only in the real world, on the streets, and in different places, but today we have the internet. Thanks to it, we can reach our target audience much easier and more efficiently.
Advertising and promotion are two of the best and most important things that a business can do to increase sales and profits.
Taxi stickers depicting the face of a man screaming were affixed to the back windows of Le Cactus restaurant bar to demonstrate the burning effect of spicy wings. The man’s tongue is superimposed over the central brake light; it gives the appearance of extreme heat.
How are you planning to implement these types of unconventional marketing ideas in your business?