Tag: marketing plan
When a fisherman drops his (or her) line into the water, he hopes that a fish swimming by will see the bait and grab it. Then he hopes that he can reel in the line with just enough pressure to keep the fish on the hook until he gets it to the shore or into [...]
Have you gotten into a rut with promoting your local business? Do you feel stuck with running the same tired ads in the newspaper or printing up sale flyers to insert in sacks when customers make a purchase. If so, business probably isn’t increasing at a very rapid rate. So try these three simple steps [...]
Posted: May 2nd, 2010 under advertising, customer relations, effective marketing, inexpensive marketing, marketing, marketing on a budget, self-promotion.
Tags: advertising, low cost marketing, marketing, marketing budget, marketing plan, self-promotion, small business
Every day the news tells us about some new reason not to trust… this morning it’s all about high-level SEC agents spending their working hours viewing porn… while being paid what amounts to about $110 per hour, plus benefits. And that’s just the latest in a long line of news stories about lying, cheating, stealing, [...]
Posted: April 23rd, 2010 under business building, communication, direct mail marketing, e-mail marketing, effective marketing, email marketing, marketing.
Tags: build trust, drip marketing, effective marketing, email marketing, follow up, marketing, marketing copy, marketing plan, marketing with trust
Time flies so darned fast! Before we blink twice it will be 4th of July. As marketers, we need to plan for that. But first… we have Father’s Day – and graduation, if we really hurry! Because each day flies by in a blurr, start planning right now. Take time today to think about how [...]
“Learn to say no. It will be of more use to you than to be able to read Latin.” 19th Century Preacher & Author, C.H.Spurgeon You’re probably bombared with ideas for marketing your product or service – and every salesman who calls on you and every marketer who e-mails you has a great story to [...]
You’ve heard all about it: Nobody is marketing this time of year. Nobody wants to be bothered hearing from you at Christmastime. Nobody is making appointments. Nobody is buying after Christmas – unless the product is 60% off Nobody can succeed right now As one astute blogger said recently: Send that list to your competition, [...]