Mobile marketing is essential to all businesses now that mobile devices are the go-to media devices for consumers and potential customers. The explosive growth of smart phones, tablets, smart watches and other evolving devices are driving mobile marketing.
Any business, large or small, must adapt to the changing business conditions, and develop a mobile marketing strategy as well as a mobile-friendly website.
Sending direct mail pieces is one of the best ways to inform customers and prospects about special events or news about your business. They’re particularly great for announcing special, limited time promotions.
Most business owners know that they should be using direct mail advertising as a part of their marketing package, but know little about the specific benefits they can gain from using it.
Before you begin to design business cards, you need to know what information your clients will be looking for. In the past 10 years, what’s become standard on business cards has changed drastically. E-mail addresses have replaced fax numbers. Cellphones have taken over landlines. Social media has become the norm. With all these changes, we’ve broken down exactly what you need to include on your business cards for 2015.
LinkedIn is a popular professional tool that currently has more than 380 million members. That’s a lot of people to connect with! Of course, you can’t connect with everyone, but there are certain people who you should be making an effort to network with. Clients and people you know professionally are a good place to start. Next look for people who own or work for businesses you want to work with, or companies that can help you grow or advance your business.
Misconceptions about marketing can cause your business to lose out on valuable customers. You may think your business is making the most of your marketing budget, but if you’re making any of these common marketing mistakes, you could be doing even better! Read on to clear up a few common marketing misconceptions. Are you making any of these marketing mistakes and hurting your marketing?
In the age of pervasive Internet connectivity, social media is everywhere. You probably have personal pages on popular social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and others. Even if you don’t have them yourself, you know lots of people who do.
In our last blog, Is Print Marketing Dead in the Internet Era, we discussed indisputable reasons why print marketing isn’t dead. In fact, our closing message was that your print media campaigns complement your digital media campaigns.
In today’s Internet-savvy world, it seems like most people live out their lives online. Wherever we go, we’re within arms reach of some electronic device or another. With so much digital technology surrounding us, it’s inevitable that marketers have shifted much focus to targeting people online. But with this massive shift in customer behaviour, is print marketing still a relevant part of your marketing strategy?
Whether you’re a start up, or your business is going through a rough patch, there are times your company might not have the resources available to launch a massive marketing campaign. What can you do to capture the attention of your target with a small marketing budget? Here are some easy ways to promote your business on a low budget.
When it comes to creating a marketing plan, one of the most important things you should outline is your target audience. If you don’t know who your ideal customers are, how can you create an effective marketing plan to reach them? The simple answer: you can’t.