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Marketing: Image or Sales? By Shara Lawrence-Weiss This is the fifth post in a series about marketing. The first four posts are located here: Higher Level Thinking in Marketing, Sales vs Marketing, The Best Marketing People Around and Should I Pay for Marketing? There are so many Online marketers now and it’s not always easy […]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
Is There a Difference Between a Sales Person and a Marketing Person? By Shara Lawrence-Weiss This is the third post in a series about marketing. You can view the first two posts here: The Best Marketing People Around and Should I Pay for Marketing Assistance? Over the last several years I’ve been asked many times, […]Continue reading
Although many folks hope to shop Black Friday deals to get near-free purchases, that’s not often possible with Small Businesses. Small Businesses run on a small profit margin to begin with and most often, their discount codes swallow up what profit would have been made. The women below have offered deals, nonetheless, in order to […]Continue reading
As most of you know my background is in education and early childhood. I’ve worked in Preschools, with school children ages Pre-K through grade 4 and I was a nanny for over 16 years (birth-13). I’ll admit, back then, it annoyed me to see people “selling” something. I thought, “Why can’t they get a real […]Continue reading
Here are a few great offers from Mommy Perks Partners: Freckles Crafts : Free shipping. Enter MEMORIAL at checkout. Ends at midnight on Monday, May 30th. Stella & Dot : 20-70% off select best sellers. Enter MEMDAY at checkout. May 26-30th. After that time, all products return to regular price. The Boy’s Store : Free […]Continue reading