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There are two basic approaches to advertising or lead generation... the shotgun approach... or the rifle approach.
There is only one cost efficient way... the rifle approach.
By carefully selecting specific niche markets, and presenting a compelling message directly to that audience, you will begin to reap the real profit rewards of direct marketing.
First let's define a "niche" market. I define it as: "Any homogeneous market in which the members of the group have similar occupational or lifestyle characteristics... those characteristics being ones which would make them an excellent prospect to develop a successful business.
As an example of this , let's look at the *wellness* market:
IDENTIFYING NICHE OCCUPATIONAL MARKETS FOR WELLNESS MARKETS...
Some of the niche markets are obvious:
Medical Doctors, Nurses
Health Food Stores
Spas, Health Retreats
Acupuncturists, Massage Therapists , etc.
Veterinarians, Pet Clinics, Pet Shops, health enthusiasts ,etc.
NICHE LIFESTYLE AND DEMOGRAPHIC RELATED MARKETS...
Senior citizens or "baby boomers"
Specific Disease Sufferers... cancer, diabetes, arthritis, ADD , Lupus, etc. (Remember, we can make NO claims.)
Pre-natal, Pregnant Women , Babies, Parenting
Sports participants and enthusiasts
Health & Fitness Buyers Etc. Etc.
HOW TO TARGET THE NICHE...
Regardless of how you intend to approach the niche with your marketing message... print advertising, broadcast, direct mail , e-mail marketing, etc. ... you have to identify resources that can supply the targeted pathway for your message.
The first place to look... and a pure qualifier for whether you have identified a real niche in the first place... is to look for magazines and other print media (newsletters) that are targeted specifically to that defined market---and that can supply you with targeted mailing lists (snail mail or email) , print advertising vehicles (magazines, newsletters , newspapers, trade journals, etc.), to cost effectively reach the niche.
Where do you find these resources? The easiest and fastest way is to do a search , at your favorite internet search engine, for terms that closely identity the target audience. For purposes of example let's use the occupational niche of Chiropractors:
Searching Google for "chiropractic magazines" will show us a link... ... which will in-turn identify several publications which show promise:
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Once you have identified several publications that serve the niche market, your next step is to contact each publication and request a "fu.