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I emailed a few of my colleagues with the following invitation: What’s your best marketing tip at the moment? So much has changed over the years for all of us! We’ve gone through gorilla marketing, passing out business cards, word of mouth, Google search and SEO, using stickers on our cars, networking meetings, reviews, giveaways, […]Continue reading
Mind Melding Marketing Moves By Shara Lawrence-Weiss This is the sixth and final post in a series about marketing. The first five posts are located here: Image or Sales, Higher Level Thinking in Marketing, Sales vs Marketing, The Best Marketing People Around and Should I Pay for Marketing? I know how much my husband enjoys […]Continue reading
6 Reasons Not to Overlook Google+ In Your Marketing Strategy Guest post submitted by Allison Rice It’s been two years this June since Google launched Google+, initially perceived as a social media competitor to Facebook. Although it has never managed to steal significant market share away in the world of social sharing between individuals, Google+ […]Continue reading
Higher Level Thinking in Marketing? By Shara Lawrence-Weiss The is the fourth post in a series of marketing posts. You can read the first three posts here: Sales vs Marketing, The Best Marketing People Around and Should I Pay for Marketing? What do think about when you ponder the term “higher level thinking” in regard […]Continue reading
When discussing relationship marketing with clients, we often hear, “But building relationships takes too much time!” These folks typically want (or financially need) to get things going quickly. While I certainly do understand that mentality, for most micro/small business owners, there are few alternatives. If the client can place ads on television during popular shows, […]Continue reading
I recently clicked over to read a post on the Mashable site titled, “5 Marketing Predictions for 2013.” After reading the article, I would certainly agree with number one regarding mobile ads. In my own business, I’ve seen a drop-off in banner ads for well over a year now. So I also agree that many […]Continue reading