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This topic below came up when my site tanked –horribly – because I did not listen to advice to promote at launch and did not make a farthing for over a year or two. The purpose is to have people know about it.
Tip 1. Identify your SPECIFIC target audience
Tip 2. Know your brand’s unique positioning by
a) Landing page for your boutique -The fatal mistake I made was not setting up properly to collect emails by offering coupons to prospects that visit your site. Pay to have experts help you (those are CRITICAL to your success, no two ways about it.) Have your site set up so visitors can enter emails for coupons.
My site nastily fell through because I wasn’t offered administrative support by Siteground even though that was the first thing offered to me and why I signed up in the first place, for sales.
b) Send email prior to launch, for dates, time and type of product they might be expected to purchase, with discount code, of course.
c) Promote 30 days in advance -for example, because of the prior failure of MetaMetroNY’s non-existent sales, I must focus exclusively on Abigie Bust-Stop’s product launch to YOUTUBE, Instagram, YORBING.COM ( as a news marketing tool), and Shopify pages for SALES PROMOTIONS. Promote 7 times (specifically for invested money returns.) The term; launch marketing plan’ is to promote Yorbing.com itself. To highlight your events, launch new products. Add fun facts about why you launched the products…It’s advisable to rely on total strangers, instead of your family.
d) Teaser contents by warming up your social media audience, a launch marketing plan: social media, events (give gifts of my products) count downs till shop opens, e.g. “A FREE GIFT FOR YOU”…
So concentrate on the quality of your products and inventory and everything will be alright. Also, set up FAST with Shopify.
First attempt at bad-ass fabrics..
More to come —