Archive | December, 2011

Small business marketers should keep up with the 2012 branding trends

The books have yet to close on 2011, but it seems as if analysts are already finished with that year and moving on to the next.

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Small business marketing can be greatly helped by publishing ebooks

There are a number of ways for small businesses to market themselves to customers, but the best are those that demonstrate the expertise with which they operate in a given industry.

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Small business marketing needs to adapt to limited mail services

For a long time, marketing has relied on the postal service.

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Understanding Facebook sharing patterns for small business marketing

One of the best ways for small businesses to stay in contact with customers and reach out to potential clients is by using social media.

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Calendars – a creative marketing idea for small businesses

The holiday season is approaching, which means that many events (both commercial and non-commercial) are sure to dot the schedules of everyone involved in business.

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Small business marketing plans should include promotional products for the new year

Some of the best methods for raising awareness of a brand or organization involve being timely and festive.

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Small business marketing for the year ahead

There are many techniques for effectively marketing a small business, but some of the best generally involve a lot of planning.

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Small business marketing requires that companies don’t run afoul of Google

Traditional advertising can present significant challenges to smaller organizations that want to increase their brand awareness.

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Small business marketing can be vastly improved by using surveys

Companies that don’t have the resources to perform in-depth market research can often find themselves at a loss when faced with the prospect of improving their marketing techniques.

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