Small Business Saturday – Part VI...

Posted on Nov 01 2011 by
Engage Your Existing Customers With The Ease Of Email Differentiate your marketing for Small Business Saturday and the upcoming holiday season. Understand that as the holiday shopping season goes full throttle, so do the marketing messages that prospects receive. Make your message clear and concise. That means shorter emails, fewer emails and emails that are more effective. As with direct-mail coupons, you can use email...

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Small Business Saturday – Part IV...

Posted on Oct 25 2011 by
Last year, more than 1.2 million consumers participated in Small Business Saturday. It is expected that the event will grow significantly again this year. Now is the time to start building your own momentum.  And, good place to start is with your own customer and prospect list. Use the time leading up to Small Business Saturday to collect customer information through your Website, such as email addresses, product preferences...

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Four Online Tips For Offline Companies...

Posted on Oct 21 2011 by
  We live in an age when many companies have an online-only presence. For most enterprises, a website serves a slightly different purpose—augmenting an already well-established business that conducts the lion's share of its merchandising offline. These brick-and-mortar companies often struggle to adapt their messaging for an online audience, and their sometimes-clumsy web presence might actually hinder the image they...

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Small Business Saturday – Part III...

Posted on Oct 20 2011 by
This is Part III in our series of posts about how you can better prepare your business for Small Business Saturday - November 26. Take advantage of Small Business Saturday resources Do you need some help making the most of this day? Check out the Small Business Saturday Facebook page  as well as the FAQ page for some useful resources and information. Contact businesses in your area as they may be interested in...

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Preparing for Small Business Saturday – Part II...

Posted on Oct 18 2011 by
Welcome back to our series on getting your business ready for November 26th - Small Business Saturday.  Part II focuses on how you can find new, ideal prospects and create a local following. No matter what kind of business you run, Small Business Saturday and the holiday season offer numerous opportunities to boost your visibility among new customers. So while you may be putting a lot of effort into your newsletter or...

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How to Prepare for Small Business Saturday...

Posted on Oct 13 2011 by
The holiday shopping season is quickly approaching, and with it comes multiple opportunities to increase exposure with your target audience. Along with Black Friday and Cyber Monday, we now have Small Business Saturday® to help kick off the holiday shopping season and capture some of the buying momentum often only experienced by large retailers.  Led by American Express, Small Business Saturday got its start in 2010 as a...

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Small Business Marketing Resources – An Interview With...

Posted on Oct 10 2011 by
Seth Godin doesn’t need an introduction. You already know about his books and blog.  And simply highlighting some of his other achievements wouldn't do him justice anyway.  This interview focuses on what you might not know about Seth, and getting to know what drives him to be a successful artist and business man. Seth shares the following in this insightful interview: His business ventures starting at age...

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Email Responsibly. Taking a closer look at the world of ema...

Posted on Sep 30 2011 by
Thinking of including unusual discounts in emails? It might be best to keep it simple If you’ve been keeping a close eye on email offer and subject line trends over the last year, you may have noticed that ‘odd’ or unusual offers, such as 14 percent or 56 percent off, have started to appear more. The offers, such as ‘14% Off Limited Time Only!’, ‘Our weekly deal 71% off of today’s item‘, ’56% off...

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8 Don’ts And 1 Do – When It Comes To Marketing O...

Posted on Jul 31 2011 by
I recently asked some of my entrepreneurial friends what online marketing drivers have been the most ineffective for their business and why.  (Included in the sampling are a small business wholesaler, a retailer, a realtor, an accountant, and a baker just to name a few.)  Here are the most common answers. 1. DISPLAY ADVERTISING Most often, display advertising, especially on a CPM basis, is pretty tricky.  This is...

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Technologies for Small Business...

Posted on Jul 26 2011 by
The world of technology is ever-changing. New ideas are emerging in the marketplace each day. Here are a few of the promising technologies you should expect to be using for your business in the near future. QR codes A QR code (abbreviated from Quick Response code) is a specific matrix barcode (or two-dimensional code) that is readable by QR bar code readers and camera phones. The code consists of black modules...

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