Gift Giveaways The New Marketing Solution

Joint Venture Business Partners are giving back to consumers by offering free gifts, throughout the month of July and August

DOWNEY, Calif. - Aug. 1, 2020 - PRLog -- Today's business owners and entrepreneurs have come to realize that marketing to customers is evolving. While exploring different ways to increase profits and trying to stay competitive and relative…companies are opting to work together through Cross-Promotions and Joint Venture (JV) Partnerships.

Cross –promotion joint venture projects like the gift giveaway provides an outlet for future businesses to creatively service digitally educated customers who already expect some form of online communication.  Even small children as young as two are rapidly learning how to play, learn and shop online. Those who do not catch-up to this form of messaging and selling will be left behind.

While some businesses are "closing their doors", others are seeking better ways to not only reset their business practices, they also are becoming more profitable. This is rapidly becoming the new way of marketing through implementing cross-promotion campaigns. The primary reasons that this method has become more mainstream, is the cost effectiveness, the ability to tap into a new customer base, and the opportunity to work with other like-minded business owners.

One of the cross-promotion methods used by business owners is the Joint Venture (JV) Gift Giveaway Campaign.  This method is considered to be a triple win for the consumers who not only receive free items; they also have the opportunity get to know the owners of these businesses and more about their products. Some of these free items include: e-books, reports, movies, how to manuals, free sessions, training, blue prints, coaching, teaching, tickets to virtual events, coupons, trials and more…all on one site http://www.dothedreamyes.com

Entrepreneur and the producer of the Do The Dream JV Gift Giveaway Campaign, Kathy Bee Hampton has participated in other campaigns that she says help her to build a substantial email list of subscribers. Bee says that she has always believed that when people give first, the reward from giving far surpasses the initial contribution. If business owners are interested in joining the campaign, Bee offers a closer look and the possibility of joining this giveaway campaign through her website www.DoTheDreamMarketing.com

The campaign is designed for all business owners, who have a product, program or project that they want to market. With an ambitious goal of reaching 100,000 plus new potential customers, Bee believes that her goal is not only doable but a preview of how businesses will be conducted in the future, through Cross-Promotions and Joint Venture Partnerships.

Contact
Kathy Hampton
CEO Touching Lives Multimedia Inc
kathybee13@msn.com


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