Did you finally get to start your own business or selling a product you created yourself? If so, you must be very excited that your dream came true and that your business is up and running. Of course, to be truly successful you're more than likely trying to boost the sale of your product. From arranging for folded IRC, or Instant Redeemable Coupons, to doing a follow up for that project, here are some ideas that might help you to increase your product's sales.
Arrange For Folded IRC - You yourself have probably used folded IRC many times in your shopping experience. After all, if you see a small folded notice that offers something like 20% off a product, you are probably instantly interested in buying either a brand new product or one you have used previously. The same will be true of the product or products you created yourself. For example, you might have created a delicious and nutritious protein drink that has been approved by the powers that be. Ordering pre-printed IRC will be easy for you to incorporate into your packaging. The IRC will be designed to be mess-free. An adhesive backing will be provided that just needs to be peeled off before the coupon is placed on the product. Easy. If you will be using IRC many times in the future, you might also want to consider buying a machine in-house that applies the IRC.
Plan A Follow-up Campaign - Of course, you will have kept close track of the places your product was shipped. After a short period of time, do a follow up with the store manager to see if your product's sale increased. Then, after a greater length of time, check back to see if the sales have increased even more. It might be that people who purchased the product liked it and then told their friends about it, saying something like, Grab it now while there there is still a coupon on the package. In turn, those people will more than likely tell others about the product and your sales will go up even more.
With the new year approaching, consider ways that you can begin 2019 by arranging for your product to be displayed in a special way at the places where it is sold. For example, if your product is an energy-related one, the store might allow you to set up a sample area where people can see for themselves whether or not they want to buy the product. Make sure they see the IRC that give them the discount.