There's at least 3 times the number of marketing ideas as there are people on the planet. So how do you figure out what will work best for you?
Start with what you are trying to sell, what kind of group will be selling your products to, age, race, religion, sex and about a thousand other factors will come into play. It may seem overwhelming but it's not. Do your research and find out what your clients are like. Once you are able to read them you'll be on your way to becoming a marketing success.
There's not a month in a year where the embroidery business slows down so you've got to be prepared and be ready to market for that season:
January: Ski equipment, Sweaters, Turtlenecks, Winter Wear
February: Valentine's Day
March: St. Patrick's Day, Easter Wear, Baby Items
April: Luggage Promotion, Canvas Tote Bags, Team Uniforms, School Fund Raisers
May: Mother's Day, Robes, Aprons
June: Graduation, Weddings, Father's Day
July: Beach Wear, Towels, Terry Robes
August: Back-To-School, Totes, Back Packs, School Jackets, Baseball Hats
September: School and Church Fundraisers
November: Linens for Thanksgiving and the Holidays
Do you still have questions?