Personalization. While you’ve probably heard this word a few times before, you may not be super familiar with the way it’s known by the marketing world. This buzzword goes way deeper than its usual meaning when it comes to marketing. It’s a tool – and a very good one at that – that can help you meet your current and potential customers’ expectations, and provide them with more enjoyable, personally relevant experiences.
As a pizza shop owner, we know that you have limited time – and that most (if not all) of your time and energy goes into your pizza and your shop’s upkeep. But, your customers – and potential ones, are also so important to your shop’s success, and one of the biggest ways you bring in new customers is with effective and eye-catching marketing, whether it’s physical or digital. Today, we’re quickly taking you through the most important things to know and remember (especially as a small business) when picking the right marketing partner platform(s) for your shop.
When it comes to print marketing – whether it’s direct mail, billboards, posters, or pamphlets – the goal is to grab the attention of prospective customers, and quickly. Print could be the first (and most powerful) marketing collateral that your audience sees, so it’s important it not only includes great design, but is carefully tailored to resonate with your audience. In today’s blog, we’re highlighting 5 examples of great pizza print marketing to show you how it’s done, and done well, within the industry.
Pizza chains don’t just become successful overnight. It takes time, hard work, and you guessed it – good marketing to get to where they want to be. That being said, we’re taking a moment to highlight the history, failures, and successes of one well-known chain in particular…Pizza Hut: the world’s leading company in the fast-food segment, and perhaps the single most successful pizza producer to date. Read on to learn how this restaurant chain got to be one of America’s most famous pizza brands.