When an opportunity presents itself, are you ready? Your marketing plan needs to have the flexibility and scalability that can help you convert those opportunities into drivers of long-term growth.
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There are four things the Google algorithms consider when determining whether or not your content is worthy of ranking on the first page of search results.
Sometimes those very ties that make you close personally make it difficult to work together professionally.
What makes your customers choose you over all the other options out there? This is what's called your value proposition.
Community is important, but if you think about it only from an engagement point-of-view, you will be angry you spent so much time and energy building it unless you have a purpose for it.
It's said that the best things in life are free, so why not connect and engage with your social media networks through a contest or giveaway?
While we're all hoping for our content to go viral and generate big buzz seemingly overnight, the truth is that successful marketing requires a daily effort.
Using good storytelling skills is critical for getting your message across well.
Customer service is one of those broad terms that can encompass anything from call centers to return policies.
If you've ever heard a sales pitch that starts out, "Our product is the best because...." you've been the victim of an uneducated salesperson pushing features, not benefits.
Having a website for your small business is one thing. But converting visitors into paying clients is a whole other thing, and it's something many entrepreneurs struggle with.
To build brand awareness, share your story, and drive new audiences to your website, use content syndication in your communications strategy.
There is a dark side to content creation and distribution: Sometimes content farms and scrapers will steal or plagiarize your material.
It's official: We've finally reached the summer season, when much of the country takes a moment to breathe and recharge.
For most companies, it's nearly impossible to escape the Twitter-verse.
Events can be a powerful marketing tool to draw traffic to your business, establish you as an expert, attract new customers, and generate publicity.
When it comes to winning good will from customers and making a name for your business in the community, few approaches are more effective than a good cause-related marketing effort.
When business owners think about developing their marketing plans, they often worry first about their marketing budget.
Devoting a bit of time toward nurturing human relationships is 100 times better than sending your company news release to 1,000 journalist.
One of the scariest things about participating online is that you open yourself up to criticism.
As a business owner, you already know that financing your venture can be a challenge.
Is your website is a virtual ghost town? Do you find that no matter what you do, you can't attract the audience?
Not having enough business is a real-world problem that plagues many small business owners.
If you're not selling through your website, you're leaving money on the table.
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