Push and Pull Technique:
This is one of the most widely used marketing techniques. The motto of this technique is to ‘Buy one get one free'. This technique is equally essential in case of websites, attract your visitors by giving them something free and then strive to sell them some other additional products.
Push and pull has been used for a long time by marketers and now it is being implemented in the field of online marketing. Here we have touched upon certain important points that online entrepreneurs have to follow while implementing this technique:
1. Identifying their niche customers
2. Recognizing their requirements
3. Strategies for delivering their needs
4. Attracting them to your website
It is necessary for online entrepreneurs to devise methods of attracting visitors to their respective sites. Once their websites have visitors only then can the Push pull technique be implemented and convert the visitors into customers. Some of our articles like Techniques of Internet Marketing, Niche Marketing etc will give an in-depth information on how to attract customers to your sites.
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