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Brand Managers, Marketing Executives – “Launch your product straight into the hands of mums” … Sally Durcan, Talk to Mums

by on December 17, 2016 in Latest News, Lead Article, Lead story, News you can use

Brand Managers, Marketing Executives – “Launch your product straight into the hands of mums” … Sally Durcan, Talk to Mums

Do you have a recent or new product launch that mums (with children from tinies to teens) would be interested in trying and sharing? It’s time to Talk to Mums.

The Talk to Mums platform women who love to know about the latest products and share the best ones with family and friends. Getting your product into their hands means they’re trialling and talking about it face to face and in social networks.

Be part of that family

Right now, you can increase the quality and reach of your brand conversations and recommendations by 8-20 times.

Mums love samples!

The best way to get mums talking about your product is to get samples into their hands. 92% of mums tell us they rarely ever get to find out about new products – image how this is impacting your sales performance! We can help.

Get involved now – 20% discount if booked by 31 December

There are multiple ways you can get involved;

  • Research & Response – let mums tell you what marketing messages and branding they respond to best
  • Opt In samples – give mums the chance to try your product and get reviews and recommendations in return
  • Peer to Peer – get an army of mumbassadors starting brand conversations about you at mum-centric events/locations. (From 250 sample per mum). Plus multiple that effect with online sharing.
  • In-Home events – task our mums with hosting an intimate event where they can educate mums on brands they love whilst gathering valuable data and sharing the experience online

Get in touch today

To get your brand into the hands of mums, call us on 0207 0998638 or email sally@talktomums.co.uk for a media pack or simply find out about some free stuff available to you.

Sally Durcan

Founding Director, Talk to Mums

 

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