Experiential Marketing

Experiential Marketing Strategy

What can a marketer do in order to help ensure their experiential marketing strategy is optimized? There are a few steps to be considered:

  1. Analyze how customers currently experience your brand.
  2. If you don’t have one already, put together a platform for your brand on which you can interact with customers.
  3. Work with your team to align on the complete brand experience. Prioritize the integration of online and offline/real-world experience.
  4. Identify the types of printed material that can be used to enhance this experience (displays, signage, etc.)
  5. Disseminate your brand’s value propositions to both external and internal audiences. Make sure these satisfy your customer’s needs from all sides, such as providing appropriate information for the stages of your customers’ journeys and visuals that inspire curiosity.
  6. Set performance goals (KPIs, key performance indicators) for your brand.
  7. Follow up and monitor those KPIs on a regular cadence to ensure you can act quickly on any negative or positive news.

Experiential Marketing Results

When executed well, experiential marketing leads to an expanded relationship between a brand and the customer that enables every one of the customer’s interactions with that brand. There are some other powerful effects that come from experiential marketing, as well.

  • A relatively high ROI: If your brand takes part in a large scale event with thousands of people in attendance, such as a fair, convention, or concert, you will likely see a lot of interactions and even acquire new customers. For example, spending $5,000 on booth rental and production of print materials like banners and brochures for a huge convention often leads to multiples of that in new revenue.
  • More customer testing: Some of the best experiential marketing settings encourage customers or users of a brand to actually try using your product. This tactile interaction is a major driver for the creation of memory and emotional connection to your brand. While big events increase the sheer number of these interactions, you will find that smaller events encourage deeper, more meaningful brand/customer connection.
  • Improved brand recognition: When a brand’s products exist almost entirely in the real world—as with many toys, decorative items and appliances—it can be extremely helpful to use experiential marketing as a prime opportunity to get your product in front of as many people as possible. This ultimately leads to a boost in brand recognition.
  • Buzz building: Often going hand-in-hand with brand recognition is the process of building buzz among your audience. Both existing customers and potential customers can be affected by experiential marketing in a way that increases their excitement for a brand’s products, both old and new. This buzz can grow and extend to the wider customer base.
  • Improved connection: This comes down to a “believability quotient.” When customers see and experience your product firsthand (or even hear about it from a trusted source), they are far more likely to retain positive feelings about your brand. This will translate into more positive messages and reviews as well as higher sales.
La Croix experiential graphic
SimplyBe event graphics

How can SpeedPro help with your experiential marketing?

Effective experiential marketing is a combination of good planning that maps the journey you want your audience to take and high quality materials to accompany that journey. SpeedPro will take your brand designs and turn them into:

  • Posters
  • Cardboard cutouts / standees
  • Photomural graphics
  • Vinyl banners
  • Pop-up/portable exhibits
  • Glossy signage
  • Tabletop displays
  • Backlit displays

…and much, much more!

 

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Boston has an energy and excitement all its own as one of the country’s largest and most influential cities. Whether your business is located in Boston, Needham, Newton or Cambridge, you need high-impact graphics to draw attention to your services and show people your capabilities. Getting a spark of interest can lead to new relationships that become steady business.

Boston-area businesses have many signage needs we can address. We begin by having a one-on-one consultation with our new clients to gauge your needs and see how we can engage your target audience. We work closely together from project conception to delivery to achieve your vision. See what SpeedPro Boston Metrowest can do for your business.

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Have you ever seen an elevator wrap and immediately felt drawn into the product’s story? We provide eye-catching graphics like this that tell people more about your business and why they should choose you. When you partner with SpeedPro Boston Metrowest, you can choose from so many creative and unique approaches.

Why You Should Select SpeedPro Boston Metrowest

Our teams create longstanding relationships with people who trust us to get the job done right. Clients return to us again and again because they love the work we do. We create high-quality graphics, and you benefit from displaying them. Other advantages of partnering with us include:

  • Quick turnarounds: We can finish your project fast to meet your internal deadlines.
  • Green techniques: We employ quick-dry printing processes and rely on latex inks.
  • Innovation: We embrace state-of-the-art technology to make your project more efficient.
  • Communication: We keep in touch through every step along the project pipeline.

Get in Touch With SpeedPro Boston Metrowest

From full, partial or decal vehicle wraps that draw the eye to outdoor and indoor signage that directs people, our graphics make your business look good. Businesses in the Boston, Newton and Cambridge areas can contact us today to get a quote or request a consultation.

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