Marketing a Business in Lithuania
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Marketing a Business in Lithuania
The international transition of a business is more than just costs and procedures. It's more cultural acclimatisation than calculatory acumen. It's making sure your product or service fits the inclinations and idiosyncrasies of a nation; finding a way to culturalise your business in order to reap the same results your business has achieved domestically. This is accomplished through one simple step: effective marketing in Lithuania.
Marketing your business on indigenous soil is an art-form in itself; attempting to do it in Lithuania is nigh-on miraculous. Countries may be becoming more heterogeneous, but the foundations of a culture rarely budge for anything: their sensitivities, traditions, humour, discourses, protocols are essentially unchanging and stubbornly unaccommodating. Therefore, the identity of your product or service needs to seamlessly fashion itself upon a nation, not the other way around, shoehorned in, hoping for the best.
Advertising and Sales promotions in Lithuania
There are numerous advertisement agents in Lithuania that can
Choosing to advertise your business through television is a smart move since most Lithuanians have television at home and tend to spend a lot of time watching it. Most consumer goods are advertised that way. Television advertisements amount to the biggest part of advertisement market in Lithuania. A good television ad usually transmits a positive image of a company, creating trust and brand recognition.
Another option is to use radio advertisements. This is a much cheaper way of promoting your business but still as effective. In Lithuania, on average it is estimated that radio reaches around 70% of people during the day. Based on average daily reach, top radios to advertise on are M-1, Lietus, LRT radijas, RC, Power Hit Radio, M-1 Plius, Rusradio LT, Žinių radijas, ZIP FM. A good catchy phrase or smart line on air can go a long way in increasing your brand awareness
Lithuania also has a sophisticated base of press readers. Depending on the industry your business is in, make sure to partner with trade magazines. Try to get decent coverage on local newspapers since those are read the most. Articles are viewed to be more trustworthy than a simple ad poster. Lithuanians love storytelling and consistency over short emotional messages.
Also, the internet is an increasing medium for targeting customers. More and more people do their daily shopping online instead of brick and mortar. Internet usage is ever growing. Using social media, email marketing and SEO strategies are proved to be highly effective these days. Not to mention, Lithuania has one of the fastest internet in the world with public WiFi speeds being number one globally.