Hey guys, thank you for following our page and for reading our articles, so last time we talked about the Introductory aspect of #Streetwisemarketing in case you missed it CLICK HERE. Today we would be talking more about #streetwisemarketing but we would be portraying “The Market Woman”.
First who is this woman?
A woman who goes to a local market to buy products at a cheaper rate, transport it to the Main Market may obviously have a shop, stall or sell by the roadside and she spreads her items out and call passers by mostly to come and buy her items and then she sells it, so let’s learn some #streetwisemarketing from her.
1. The market Woman knows and understand the changes in the marketplace and so
* Learn how to study your market and understand how forces of Demand and Supply affects your business.
2. The market Woman sells in the market
* Know that sales is easier at certain places, so find your sales point and sell it there.
3. The market Woman arranges her product based on prices
* Have product packages, It saves you negotiating stress.
4. The market Woman has a spot in the busy market where you can see her
* Positioning where you can be seen is needed to thrive.
5. The market Woman sells with other market women who you will need their product and their customers will need her’s
* Understand strategic relationship and partner and leverage it for your business.
- The maker woman calls to passers-by to come patronized her with the word “customer, you no need tomatoes”
* Learn the language that appeals to customers and use them
- The market Woman have customers for life
* Have good customer relationship
So, we hope you have been able to learn something from The Market Woman and apply it to your business.
If you have any questions, ask in the comment section.
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