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CaroylnBecker
06-22-2017, 02:13 AM
We have an adult enhancement product and we have started quite recently.
My question is, we are trying to approach the online adult shops,
we have fairly professional email & subject headline, ive been calling to everybody to get any competent email(whereas at the end I will obtain one you can find on the website )
and our offer is not even profitable for us, we just want to place it to as many places as possible.
I know those sites are getting a lot of attention but I dont see why none would not reply to us especially when the offer is really good.
Am i doing something wrong or missing something?

jarodspiewak
09-14-2017, 03:58 PM
Keep in mind that you and 300 other people are contacting them about their new product and how this is a great offer.

You'll never make any progress by blaming them for not liking your offer.

If you're making an offer and they don't take it, then it's not a really good offer.

1. Are you contacting the right person?

info@, sales@ and various other emials at big companies don't usually forward to a decision maker. They would consider you spam.


2. Your offer

You say "its a really good offer" but how do you know? Has any of these business told you that? If not, then you don't know. You just think it's a good offer.

Change your pitch.

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jayam12
10-15-2020, 01:42 AM
Find the right person. Check out a company's website and use resources like LinkedIn to identify the right person to target within that organisation.
Go to them. If you can, try visiting the chain store's head office with samples. ...
Get your product out there.

mithu
10-15-2020, 01:49 AM
Advertise. ...
Invest in SEO. ...
Update Your Signage. ...
Create Interesting Window Displays. ...
Redecorate The Interior. ...
Spruce Up The Front. ...
Make It Stand Out. ...
Offer A Discount or Reward.

mithu
10-15-2020, 01:49 AM
Advertise. ...
Invest in SEO. ...
Update Your Signage. ...
Create Interesting Window Displays. ...
Redecorate The Interior. ...
Spruce Up The Front. ...
Make It Stand Out. ...
Offer A Discount or Reward.

Nags
10-15-2020, 03:15 AM
Find the right person. Check out a company's website and use resources like LinkedIn to identify the right person to target within that organisation.
Go to them. If you can, try visiting the chain store's head office with samples.

shimar123
10-15-2020, 03:56 AM
Find the right person. Check out a company's website and use resources like LinkedIn to identify the right person to target within that organisation.
Go to them. If you can, try visiting the chain store's head office with samples. ...
Get your product out there.

MASTERO
12-04-2020, 12:58 AM
The research firm Forrester estimates that e-commerce is now approaching $200 billion in revenue in the United States alone and accounts for 9% of total retail .

Nags
12-04-2020, 01:59 AM
Advertise. ...
Invest in SEO. ...
Update Your Signage. ...
Create Interesting Window Displays. ...
Redecorate The Interior. ...
Spruce Up The Front. ...
Make It Stand Out. ...
Offer A Discount or Reward.

jayam12
12-04-2020, 04:02 AM
Master the margins. ...
Visit the store in person to make your pitch. ...
Bring samples of actual products, or at the very least, photographs. ...
Grasp the retailer's competitive advantages in the marketplace. ...
Have a sell sheet. ...
Prioritize your packaging. ...
Show your marketing might.

jayam12
12-04-2020, 04:02 AM
Master the margins. ...
Visit the store in person to make your pitch. ...
Bring samples of actual products, or at the very least, photographs. ...
Grasp the retailer's competitive advantages in the marketplace. ...
Have a sell sheet. ...
Prioritize your packaging. ...
Show your marketing might.

mithu
12-04-2020, 04:11 AM
Buy online, pick up in store. ...
Match online prices (or value) ...
Provide inventory information online. ...
Send out promotions via SMS. ...
Optimize your website for local searches. ...
Host events. ...
Increase curb appeal. ...
Create a lounge space (with WiFi)

RaniaRanii3
12-05-2020, 12:03 AM
The exploration firm Forrester gauges that web based business is currently drawing nearer $200 billion in income in the United States alone and represents 9% of all out retail.

jayam12
12-05-2020, 06:52 AM
Master the margins. ...
Visit the store in person to make your pitch. ...
Bring samples of actual products, or at the very least, photographs. ...
Grasp the retailer's competitive advantages in the marketplace. ...
Have a sell sheet. ...
Prioritize your packaging. ...
Show your marketing might.

mithu
12-05-2020, 07:01 AM
Attract Customers with a Sales Campaign.
Grow Your Audience on Facebook.
Use Instagram's Many Features.
SEO Optimize Your Site.
Lean into Email Marketing.
Utilize Content Marketing.
Engage with Influencers.
Advertise on Google.

Geetha john
12-07-2020, 01:20 AM
Well start with creating a list of companies you wish to get on your market place. Before you meet these retailer, create a business plan, with following points: Once you have few hand full of retailer and close to 500 to 1000 SKU, start marketing your website to drive sales.

Rahul28
02-18-2021, 06:37 AM
A typical online store enables the customer to browse the firm's range of products and services, view photos or images of the products, along with information about the product specifications, features and prices. Online stores usually enable shoppers to use "search" features to find specific models, brands or items.

jayam12
02-23-2021, 08:18 AM
5 Essential Ways to Attract Customers to Your Online Store. Featured. ...
A beautiful store. First thing you need to do is to ask yourself if your website is attractive. ...
Social media activity. Social media is one of the channels that enables you free promotion. ...
Customer care: ...
Promos. ...

mithu
02-23-2021, 08:25 AM
Micro-Target an Online Audience. E-commerce is all about reaching to an audience who share same interest. ...
Personalize. ...
Create Content to Build Stickiness. ...
Tailor the Browsing Experience to Target Segments. ...
Integrate Across Channels. ...
Invest in Mobile. ...
Tap into Logistics. ...
Consider Subscription Commerce.

valluri
02-23-2021, 08:34 AM
Master the margins. ...
Visit the store in person to make your pitch. ...
Bring samples of actual products, or at the very least, photographs. ...
Grasp the retailer's competitive advantages in the marketplace. ...
Have a sell sheet. ...
Prioritize your packaging. ...
Show your marketing might.

Geetha
02-24-2021, 12:42 AM
The answers will have an impact on how you approach your marketing. Once your store is set up, you can start promoting your site to your existing customer base.

master007
02-27-2021, 07:14 AM
Advertise. ...
Invest in SEO. ...
Update Your Signage. ...
Create Interesting Window Displays. ...
Redecorate The Interior. ...
Spruce Up The Front. ...
Make It Stand Out. ...

master007
03-13-2021, 12:28 AM
we have fairly professional email & subject headline, ive been calling to everybody to get any competent email(whereas at the end I will obtain one you can find on the website )
and our offer is not even profitable for us, we just want to place it to as many places as possible.
I know those sites are getting a lot of attention but I dont see why none would not reply to us especially when the offer is really good.

jayam12
03-17-2021, 02:55 AM
Buy online, pick up in store. ...
Match online prices (or value) ...
Provide inventory information online. ...
Send out promotions via SMS. ...
Optimize your website for local searches. ...
Host events. ...
Increase curb appeal. ...
Create a lounge space (with WiFi)

mithu
03-17-2021, 03:00 AM
Before you launch. If you are looking to have an ongoing business that will grow and be profitable, you cannot take shortcuts. ...
Know Your Competitors. You may have a brand new product that is unlike anything on the market. ...
Set-Up Your Website. ...
Promo. ...
You need a mobile app. ...
You are live - Measure your traffic. ...
Conclusion.

valluri
03-17-2021, 03:04 AM
Micro-Target an Online Audience. E-commerce is all about reaching to an audience who share same interest. ...
Personalize. ...
Create Content to Build Stickiness. ...
Tailor the Browsing Experience to Target Segments. ...
Integrate Across Channels. ...
Invest in Mobile. ...
Tap into Logistics. ...
Consider Subscription Commerce.

Geetha
03-17-2021, 03:32 AM
Struggling to make your first e-commerce sale? ... If you aren't already running a blog associated with your store or product, then you're missing out on the limitless ... Sponsoring an event can work wonders if you use the right approach.

alishbasaki
03-18-2021, 12:04 AM
Expert the edges.
Visit the store face to face to make your pitch.
Bring tests of genuine items, or in any event, photos.
Handle the retailer's upper hands in the commercial center.
Have a sell sheet.
Focus on your bundling.
Show your showcasing may.

Rahul28
03-20-2021, 03:29 AM
https://www.businessadviceforum.com/threads/approaching-e-shops.64944/

Lilykevin86
03-20-2021, 04:20 AM
Tracy kiss dotcom So Valentine's Day is drawing nearer and the shops are stacked with hearts and blossoms wherever I go, everyone appears to.

MASTERO
03-24-2021, 02:03 AM
Starting and running an online business through eCommerce is an exciting venture ... is not essential because that is part of the backbone of your online store.

Nags
03-27-2021, 12:59 AM
Advertise. ...
Invest in SEO. ...
Update Your Signage. ...
Create Interesting Window Displays. ...
Redecorate The Interior. ...
Spruce Up The Front. ...
Make It Stand Out.