By David Holland

June 3, 2021


In the video below, Jack goes over some of the most common examples of sales promotions in 2021:

You have an important sales promotion coming up and you are not sure where to start? You want it to be memorable for your customers, but how do you know what will work best? This blog post has 26 ideas that will get your next promotion noticed. These promotional ideas range in price points and objectives, so there is something here for everyone. The goal of this blog post is to provide inspiration and hope when choosing a new sales promotion idea or campaign!

A sales promotion can do a lot for your business. It is a great way to acquire new customers and take advantage of seasonal opportunities. They are a short-term marketing tactic to create urgency and increase sales. It is however, extremely important to pick a promotional idea that meets your goals. The problem with most sales promotions is that they lack the punch. They’re just not interesting enough. So they get lost in the shuffle of all your other marketing efforts. And then no one notices them at all!

A promotion can be as simple as giving out free product samples, or running a contest where the prize includes some sort of purchase offer. The variety of ideas in this post should help you find something for just about anyone and everyone. The usual first sales promotion tip is to create a free sample giveaway. Another good promotional idea is to offer discounted prices on products for a limited time only. Doing so will encourage people who were considering purchasing your product in the future, but have been waiting because of price, to buy now instead!

We’ve compiled 26 ideas for sales promotions that will help you create some excitement around your brand. Whether you choose an old favourite or try something new, make sure it fits with your business goals and is aligned with your customer base. Click on the link below to find the full article with 26 ideas.


About the author

Nice bloke with practical ideas. Former Procter & Gamble, Kraft and IBM sales and marketing executive. Became a business owner 20 years ago. Started multiple businesses including EXELA which is the most successful Keap® & Infusionsoft™ reseller in the EMEA region.

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