10 Green Marketing Articles - Green Products and Services...
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Please find the 10-Green-Marketing-Articles.zip file. After unzipping it, you will see the following articles with the topics:
01 - Be a -Green- Role Model for Your Customers.txt (600 words)
02 - Do Your Customers Care about Being Green.txt (629 words)
03 - Dont Make These Mistakes with Your Green Marketing.txt (603 words)
04 - Getting Support from Third Parties.txt (596 words)
05 - How to Find Green Affiliates.txt (620 words)
06 - How to Promote Your Green Marketing Strategy on Social Media.txt (636 words)
07 - How to Promote Your Green Marketing Strategy on Your Website.txt (640 words)
08 - Tips for Creating Green Products and Services.txt (599 words)
09 - Tips for Pricing Your Green Products and Services.txt (617 words)
10 - What Is Green Marketing.txt (616 words)
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Green marketing is all about marketing products and services which can be considered greener than what is readily available on the market at present. For example, if you were going to open a green dry cleaning business, it would use less harsh chemicals, recyclable plastic, reusable hangers and shirt boxes, and so on.
You would also need to educate consumers about why green dry cleaning is as good as, if not better than, existing dry cleaning. By explaining what the difference is, you can justify any price difference related to your new green product line.
Studies have shown that customers have indicated they would be willing to spend 10 to 20 percent more on a green product versus a traditional product - provided that it gives the same level of performance, if not better, than what they usually use.
Green marketing has two main aspects. The first is that it puts environmental considerations first when it comes to creating and selling products and services. For example, a lot of people use laundry services and dry cleaners. A green version of a laundromat would use cold water washing, water-efficient machines, gentle detergents, and energy-efficient washer and dryers. Some might even be solar powered.
A green dry cleaner would use fewer harsh chemicals that would have less of an impact on the environment, while still getting the job done. They would use less plastic and paper to wrap up the clothes and give customers incentives for bringing back the wire hangers so they dont end up in the garbage, and therefore in landfills all over the country.
Once you decide to make your business greener, it will be important to market this fact to your target audience. One of the best ways to market any new initiative is on social media.
Having said that, announcing that your business is now greener can be a tricky proposition. On the one hand, regular customers dont really like change. On the other hand, up to 90 percent of US consumers are interested in green issues.
About 20 percent of the US consumer base is very green - that is, takes green issues extremely seriously. Another 40 percent can be considered medium green; green issues tend to be one of their main considerations when they make any purchasing decisions, but it is not the most important one.
However, if you want to be seen as green and establish yourself as a green company, you have to be the real deal and sell yourself to the 20 percent who are truly green.
Your website should be the hub of all of your marketing activity. If you decide that you are going to offer a new line of green products and services, the first place to start marketing this fact will be your own website.
If you have been in business for some time, one of the easiest ways to go green is to revamp your product line. Look at two or three of your best-selling products, and see if you can come up with greener versions of them. Ask your customers what they think of the idea. Survey your email marketing lists to see if they would also be interested in greener versions of your products.
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