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    D. Marketing a Small Business 10.02 Describe the elements that make up the promotional mix. 10.00 Identify the function of promotion in small business. Promotion: Any form of communication a business or organization uses to inform, persuade, or remind consumers about its products/services. Product promotion: Used to persuade consumers to buy a particular product or service. Institutional promotion: Used to create a favorable image of the business in the eyes of the consumers instead of promoting a particular product or service. Promotional mix: The combination, or blend, of the different types of promotion. Media: Agencies, means, or instruments used to promote messages to the public. Advertising Personal selling Publicity/Public Relations Sales promotion Any PAID form of NONPERSONAL presentation of ideas, goods, or services. Print media: Newspapers, magazines, direct mail, signs, billboards Broadcast media: Radio and TV Specialty: Inexpensive, useful items with the advertisers name printed on them Online: An advertising message placed on the Internet Other media: Directory advertising, motion picture theater advertising, sports arena advertising, public transportation, street banners, and many others The form of promotion that uses PLANNED, PERSONALIZED communication in order to influence purchase decisions and to ensure satisfaction. Product knowledge Selling skills Positive personal traits Communication skills Prospecting/preapproach Approach Determining needs Product presentation/demonstration Overcoming objections Closing the sale Suggestion selling Relationship building Any activity designed to create a favorable image toward a business, its products, or its policies. Information that is provided to the public by the media or other sources at no cost to the business. Publicity Public Relations Publicity can be positive or negative. Publicity has credibility because people believe the media is objective and presents facts. Publicity reaches a mass audience because a large number of people follow the news. Publicity is intended to inform rather than to sell. Publicity does not have an identified sponsor. Publicity cannot be controlled by the business. Publicity does have costs when a business engages staff to write news releases for the media. Fact sheet News release Press conference Press kit Captioned photograph Promotion that includes all activities other than advertising, personal selling, publicity, and public relations used to increase consumer purchases. Sales Promotion