Marketing Consultancy

Marketing Consultancy

Innospire solutions helps you achieve organic, profitable growth by focusing on three critical building blocks: an outside-in approach that puts customers first, a differentiated customer experience and internal capabilities that ensure you deliver optimal customer interactions at every touchpoint.

Our team of global experts can help you:

Understand your customers needs and behaviors by developing superior segmentation capabilities, augmented by advanced analytics and testing that gets results. Provide them with great digital experiences at radically lower cost as you transform your marketing function.

Break down barriers to innovation and improve ongoing customer-led product development to reimagine your offerings as an integrated suite that delights your customers and meets an expanding array of their needs.

Resolve the pricing paradox-pricing is the top profit lever, yet remains underdeveloped in most companies-by building dynamic pricing capabilities that help you set and get the right price, every time, and capitalize on in-year revenue opportunities.

Identify quick, targeted customized solutions and strategic, operational improvements that can boost underperforming sales organizations and enhance your go-to-market strategy.

Align your marketing and brand strategy with your overarching business objectives and combine hard metrics with creative magic to build a customer-focused brand strategy that goes far beyond cosmetic brand communications.

Provide a great customer experience that earns advocacy through the consistent delivery of positive interactions.

Nurture promoters, loyal customers who are more profitable and advocate for your business in good times and bad.

Customer-centric businesses build a virtuous cycle we call the "customer wheel." We help companies at every stage of growth, developing custom solutions and collaborating with all levels of the organization.

Marketing Consultancy Services

Brand Lover Marketing:

Brand Lover Marketing is a marketing concept that is intended to replace the idea of traditional brand marketing. If brands are running out of juice then Brand Lovers are what is needed to rescue brands. But what builds loyalty that goes beyond reason? What makes a truly great brand stand out? Brand Lovers bring brands to life. For a brand to elevate itself into the Cult Brand category, it has to give customers a feeling of belonging while generating strong feelings of love for its customers. Creating loyalty beyond reason requires emotional connections that generate the highest levels of love and a sense of belonging for your brand.

Guerrilla Marketing:

Grass root, untraditional, and low-budget methods that found involve creativity, big crowds of people, and the element of surprise to market or promote a product, service, brand, event, or new launch.

Humanistic Marketing:

Human needs are a state of felt deprivation. They distinguish between physical needs (food, shelter, safety, clothing), social needs (belonging and affection), and individual needs (knowledge, self-expression). Needs are a relatively narrow set of non-cultural states of felt deprivation.

Affinity Marketing:

Create strategic partnerships that are mutually beneficial by forming alliances with complementary brands. Also known as partnership marketing, with this strategy, one brands generates sales while the other creates new customers and builds brand awareness.

Personalized Marketing:

Personalized marketing (also called personalization, and sometimes called one-to-one marketing) is an extreme form of product differentiation. Whereas product differentiation tries to differentiate a product from competing ones, personalization tries to make a unique product offering for each customer.

Database Marketing:

Database Marketing is a form of direct marketing using databases of customers or potential customers to generate personalized messages in order to promote a product or service for marketing purposes. The method of communication can be any addressable medium, as in direct marketing. The distinction between direct marketing and database marketing stems primarily from the attention paid to the analysis of data. Database marketing emphasizes the use of statistical techniques to develop models of customer behaviour, which are then used to select customers for communications. As a consequence, database marketers also tend to be heavy users of data warehouses, because having a greater amount of data about customers increase the likelihood that a more accurate model can be built.

Direct Mail Marketing:

A channel-agnostic form of advertising that allows businesses and nonprofits organizations to communicate directly with the customer, with advertising techniques that can include text messaging, email, interactive consumer websites, online display ads, fliers, catalog distribution, promotional letters, and outdoor advertising. Direct marketing messages emphasize a focus on the customer, data, and accountability.

Free Sample Marketing:

Unlike Freebie Marketing, this is not dependent on complementary marketing, but rather consists of giving away a free sample of the product to influence the consumer to make the purchase.

Telemarketing:

Telemarketing can play an important part of selling your products to consumers and it must not be overlooked as many companies rely on it to connect with customers. Telemarketing is a method of direct marketing in which a salesperson solicits prospective customers to buy products or services, either over the phone or through a subsequent face to face or Web conferencing appointment scheduled during the call. Telemarketing can also include recorded sales pitches programmed to be played over the phone via automatic dialling.

Reverse Marketing:

In reverse marketing, the idea is to get the customer to seek out the business rather than marketers seeking the customer. Usually, this is done through traditional means of advertising, such as television advertisements, print magazine advertisements, and online media. While traditional marketing mainly deals with the seller finding the right set of customers and targeting them, reverse marketing focuses on the customer approaching potential sellers who may be able to offer the desired product.

Alliance Marketing:

A joint venture is formed between two or more businesses to pool resources in an effort to promote and sell products and services.

Mobile Marketing:

Marketing on or with a mobile device, such as a smart phone. Mobile marketing can provide customers with time and location sensitive, personalized information that promotes goods, services, and ideas

Cloud Marketing:

In this new form of marketing, all marketing resources and assets are brought online so customers (or affiliates) can develop, modify, use, and share them.

B2C Marketing:

The ultimate goal of B2C marketing (business-to-consumer marketing) is to convert shoppers into buyers as aggressively and consistently as possible. B2C marketers employ merchandising activities like coupons, displays, store fronts (both real and online) and special offers to entice the target market to buy. B2C marketing campaigns are focused on a transaction, are shorter in duration, and need to capture the customer's interest immediately. These campaigns often offer special deals, discounts, or vouchers that can be used both online and in the store.

Ambush Marketing:

Advertiser uses this marketing strategy to associate with specific events and brands without paying sponsorship fees. This allows the business to capitalize on these events or leverage the brand equity of the other business, which has the potential effect of lowering the value of the original event.

Promotional Marketing:

Promotional marketing is a business marketing strategy designed to stimulate a customer to take action towards a buying decision. Promotional marketing is a technique that includes various incentives to buy, such as Contests, Coupons, Sampling

B2B Marketing:

Business-to-business marketing is a marketing practice of individuals or organizations (including commercial businesses, governments, and other institutions). It allows businesses to sell products or services to other companies or organizations that in turn resell the same products or services, use them to augment their own products or services, or use them to support their internal operations. International Business Machines is a well known B2B marketer.

Cross-Media Marketing:

Provide customers information through multiple channels like email, physical mail, websites, and print and online advertisements to cross promote your products and services.

Social Media Marketing:

Social media sites like Facebook and Twitter offer a unique opportunity for savvy businesses willing to invest in customer engagement. Social media marketing is still in its infancy but is growing up rather quickly. Many companies have chosen this mode of marketing whose primary responsibility is to actively engage with customers on social media.

Community Marketing:

Engage an audience of existing customers in an active dialogue, speaking to the needs and wants of this particular customer group. Instead of focusing on generating the next transaction, community marketing promotes greater loyalty and higher levels of engagement within an existing brand community.

Drip Marketing:

Drip marketing is a communication strategy that sends, or drips, a pre-written set of messages to customers or prospects over time. These messages often take the form of email marketing, although other media outlets can also be used as well.

Niche Marketing:

Finding a niche and filling it could be described as the secret recipe for growth in over-crowded marketplaces. Take the shoe business, for example. There is a great demand for shoes in the world and so many top companies have evolved to satisfy most of the immediate shoe needs in the marketplace. The shoe space might seem crowded, but shoe manufacturing company Vans noticed an underserved customer: the skater. By focusing on this niche market Vans has developed a thriving business.

Direct Marketing:

Advertise and promote your products and services to customers using a range of digital devices including computers, smart phones, and tablets. Internet Marketing is an essential practice in Digital Marketing. Once a target market has been clearly identified, it is possible to work in conjunction with the USPS or a professional mail carrier that knows where your customers live. Direct marketing can be an effective way to reach consumers right where they live at home.

Search Marketing:

These days, when consumers have questions they often don't ask their friends, they go straight for Google. In fact, Google is so good at answering our questions that millions of people daily search for their answers on this leading Internet search site. One does not have to look far to see the power of search marketing. Google has shaped the industry for many years now and has helped hundred of retailers grow their businesses.

Tradeshow Marketing:

Many products have to be experienced to be bought. Tradeshows are industry gatherings where customers are invited to come sample all that the industry has to offer. To introduce their new lines of products, For example, Ford Motor Company spends a great deal of time setting up and operating their booth at the international consumer auto shows each year. These auto trade shows give reporters and consumers a chance to experience cars first hand.

Content Marketing:

Write and publish content to educate potential customers about your products and services. For the appropriate businesses, this can be an effective means of influencing them without using direct selling methods.

Article Marketing:

In industries where expertise is highly valued, articles can offer a powerful tool to showcase your knowledge and expertise. Some innovations are shared in the form of articles or white papers where technical information needs to be convey to specialized buyers. Amazon.com has dedicated part of their site for white papers on technical know-how on cloud computing. This is a very sophisticated form of marketing for specialized buyers.

Newsletter Marketing:

A fun way to promote a business is to write a newsletter that highlights some of the newsworthy things that have happened for the organization. The Motley Fool have been sharing their investment insights with their community for many years. These newsletters create a sense of inclusion and participation with their members and have provided a key driver for their incredible growth.

Freebie Marketing:

Promote free give away or sell your products and services sold at low rates to boost the sales of other related products or services.

Inbound Marketing:

Companies often have customers calling them for various reasons. This can present a great opportunity to sell customers additional products and services they currently don't have. When business customers call to check their balances, the business bank often takes the opportunity to ask if they are interest in a credit line, or a variety of other services the bank offers.

Outbound Marketing:

Sometimes it's important for companies to let their potential customers know they exist. By developing a list of prospects a company can begin to reach out to their individual target groups in order to find new customers. When Microsoft was selling their accounting software they often used outbound marketing to identify potential targets before trying to call the companies for an in-person meeting.

Offline Marketing:

With mass adoption of the Internet, many companies are finding new ways of integrating offline marketing with new technologies to create more engaging customer experiences. The Coca-Cola company has create vending machines that invite customers to hug them. This continues to tie the Coca-Cola brand to the core emotion of happiness, but also invite customers to experience the real product offline

Event Marketing:

Creating events is a great way to drive sales. Customers often need a reason to shop and events can often offer the perfect reason. Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade has become part of American culture by connecting two events together that consumers love: Thanksgiving and shopping.

Evangelism Marketing:

Develop raving fan customers (what we call Brand Lovers) who become advocates of your brand or product, and who represent the brand as if it was part of their own identity.

Email Marketing:

As soon as customers migrated into the online world, Internet marketers have attempted to collect and organize emails for potential prospects. Many business-to-business marketers depend on email marketing as a primary way to connect with customers.

Online Marketing:

As commerce has propagated to the Internet, a new form of marketing has emerged. From online banners to those annoying pop ups, online marketers have attempted to get their customers attention any way they can. Most online strategic marketing efforts today are a mix of growth hacking strategies and a variety of awareness tactics that drive attention.

PR Marketing:

One of the most important marketing strategies is public relations. Many effective marketers work with the media to bring awareness to their products and the benefits their products offer. Also, in many cases where things go wrong, a good PR marketing strategy is vital. When Apple's founder Steve Jobs was alive, Apple held a major press conference to announce every new product.

Seasonal Marketing:

Seasonal events offer a great way to meet new consumers. Sometimes these events can be actual changes of weather or national holidays. For a retailer like Hallmark, Valentine's Day represents a large portion of their business. By tuning into the various seasons that are important to your customers you can become more relevant in their lives.

Mass Marketing:

Major corporations need to drive large numbers of purchasing of their products in order to survive and grow. While mass marketing may seem like a shotgun approach to marketing this is far from the truth. Big businesses spend big money in understanding big data. This gives them an insight to where to place media for their potential national customers who buy their products and services.

Undercover Marketing:

Sometimes not telling everyone everything can become a great source of buzz. Think of a movie trailer that got you very excited to go see the movie. While not showing all the aspects of the movie, the advertiser can create enough intrigue to drive viewers to want to see more.

Diversity Marketing:

Develop a customized marketing plan by analyzing different customer segments based on cultural differences including tastes, expectations, beliefs, world views, and specific needs.

Viral Marketing:

Cult Brand marketers are constantly creating new business ideas that keep their products in the heart and minds of the global consumer. Each time a new product is created, customers have to be given a reason to dream about their future purchase. Sometimes marketers of Cult Brands hit on something so great that people can't help but share with others. Getting your customers talking about your products and services is very important to growing awareness for your business.

Call to Action (CTA) Marketing:

CTA Marketing refers to methods of converting web traffic into leads or sales on websites using text, graphics, or other elements of web design. Conversions strategies help improve the percentage of online visitors who become customers or who join the mailing list.

Scarcity Marketing:

In some markets it's important to control how much product is available at one time. In many cases this is done because of the difficulty of acquiring raw materials or higher quality of the product. A company may choose to make their products accessible to only a few customers.

Transactional Marketing:

Driving sales can be challenging, especially for retailers that have to consistently sell products in high volume to consumers. In order to stay with the demands of investors, retailers have to encourage consumers to buy using coupons, discounts, liquidations, and sales events. High volume big-box retailers like Target are constantly running promotional events in order to get interested consumers into their stores.

Relationship Marketing:

Many companies focus on building relationships with their customers instead of always exclusive trying to sell them something (transactional marketing). Customers who love your brand more will also spend more money with your brand. Many traditional retailers have found this to be true.

Close Range Marketing (CRM):

Use Wi-Fi or Bluetooth to send promotional messages of their products and services to their customer's smart phones and tablets at close proximity. Close Range Marketing is also known as Proximity Marketing.

Cause Marketing:

Finding a cause both your customers and your company cares about can create magic for your business. This requires internal knowledge about what your organisation cares about and who they want to help in the world.

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