Marketing Is More Than Just Connection – It’s Frequency of Connection
Rarely are sales made after just one interaction. Prospects need to connect with you frequently in order for them to get to know you and to buy from you. Increasing the frequency of connection with your business relationships will increase the revenues you are seeing in your business.How to Structure a Webinar to Sell Your Product or Service
Webinars and teleseminars are wonderful methods to sell a product or service and attract clients. But they also offer you a lot more from a marketing perspective. You can connect with interested people, share your knowledge and provide value. Whether you offer products or services, how you orchestrate and deliver the program doesn’t really change. And if you are serving the corporate market, the approach would again be the same.5 Tips For Market Research Survey Success
Market research is an essential part of any business that wants to offer products or services that are focused and well targeted. It allows you to get to know your customer, identify potential new customers and grow your business. By conducting market research surveys you can get a better understanding of your customer base, who your customers might be and whether a business idea has a potential market. demographics, public tastes and competition is forever evolving, so you need to keep an eye on all these factors to remain relevant in an ever changing market place.Why Membership to Your Local Chamber Is a Smart Addition to Your Marketing Mix
Membership to a local chamber of commerce should be seen as a marketing opportunity for any business. It adds a level of prestige to a business and affords ways for a business improve its brand.Touchy, Feely Type and the Impression It Makes
The considered use of fonts and typography within your printed marketing will make a big difference to its effectiveness. This article highlights key points that you should be aware of when it comes to creating your next printed marketing piece.Price Transparency: The Time Is Now
Though it is sometimes hard to see through the thick haze of government-imposed health reform, the US is also on a parallel path toward market-based healthcare consumerism. Free-market solutions have taken a back seat to politics for the past few years, but the journey which began with the introduction of high deductible health plans a decade ago, continues today.Don’t Even Think About Keeping Your Product Details Secret
You’ve got a great product. In fact, it might even be a revolutionary product. Well, there are at least some features of your product and its product development definition that you are very proud of – nobody else has them. You would sure like to tell your customers about how great your product is, but you don’t want your competition to find out about it. Maybe you should keep all the interesting stuff secret…Have You Found Your Target Market?
I know I normally write about quality blog content and leveraging that content, but today I decided to write about something a little bit different since it may help you if you’re just starting your business (the subject is also very important to content marketing, too). When you started your small business, your main goal was to make your business successful, right? I know that the question has an obvious answer, but I have seen some business owners not give enough time to identify who their target market is before they jumped in and just started…Using Custom Zipper Earbuds to Promote Your Brand
Custom zipper earbuds have become one of the most popular ways for companies to promote their brand. These affordable gadgets can be branded with corporate logos applied to zipper pulls and are a great way to literally place your company name in front of customers all day, every day.The Marketing Formula: A Closer Look at INTERRUPT!
The marketing formula calls for four distinct phases – Interrupt, Engage, Educate, and Offer. This article explores the Interrupt Phase. What is it? Why is it important? How does this work?How To Know Exactly What Your Audience Wants To Buy From You
Have you ever presented a product or service offer to your audience that you were beyond excited about? But then quickly found out you were the only person excited about it because very few (or no one) expressed an interest? (This has happened to us a few times. You live and learn, right!)