Introducing a new motorcycle brand into the market is not likely to be an easy undertaking. After all, there are already so many motorcycle brands in the market, and some are still unknown in spite of having been in market for so many years. When all is said and done though, there are two key things you need to do, when introducing a new motorcycle brand into the market.
Firstly, when introducing a new motorcycle brand into the market, you need to try and get all the major motorcycle vendors to start stocking that particular new motorcycle brand. Once you can get the vendors to stock the brand, people will start buying. And once the initial people buy the motorcycles, the brand will start growing ‘organically’ from there.
Secondly, when introducing a new motorcycle brand into the market, you need to create awareness about that particular brand. People need to know about its existence, if they are to consider buying it. You can create awareness through formal advertising campaigns. You can also obtain mailing lists of people who are likely to be interested in motorcycles, and write to them emails introducing your new motorcycle brand. This is not as hard as it sounds. You can just go to the ATT email login page, or to www.sbcglobal.net (that is, to the Sbcglobal.net email login page, sign into your account there, and proceed to write emails to the folks in your mailing list — introducing the motorcycle brand. Don’t underestimate this exercise, for people are always bound to buy brands that they are familiar with: regardless of how the familiarity was created. This is why we are always inclined to buy popular electronics brands, such as Panasonic and Sony in spite of there being other possibly better and much cheaper – but unknown – brands in the markets.