Whether you want to make a sale, get an opt-in for your email list, sign up a new subscriber for your blog, or just motivate readers to support an issue, the Four Bases will help you hit home runs when it comes to creating copy that prompts action. It’s such…
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Companies seeking rapid growth and have ample resources to invest can reinvent an existing brand to uncover hidden potential and achieve financial success.
Here are some interesting case studies that can be used to inspire problem solving for other situations…maybe yours.
Human beings are showered with promotional messages and visuals everywhere — on TV, in magazines, in the street, and even on the clothes of people walking by.…
Advertising expenses can easily overwhelm a major portion of a new-businesses’ startup funds or an existing small businesses’ operating cash flow. But advertising is essential to attract new customers and to drive continuing sales. Happily, there are economical ways to advertise and promote your business.…
A Common Sense Guide for Your Business
The Ninth Commandment insists that we tell the truth. And as ordinary citizens we try our best to do so. But what happens when we put on our marketing hats? In recent years, it seems as if the rules have been tossed out the window.
Listening to customers is a great way to fine-tune and improve your business and, hopefully, improve profitability while generating loyalty. But not all of your customers are forthcoming with their thoughts and opinions.
That’s why more and more companies are conducting customer satisfaction surveys. And while large corporations can afford to hire a J.D. Power & Associates to orchestrate an exhaustive study, you may not have the funds or the time.
Lucky for you—we are going to pass along some useful tips on how you can get this valuable information. By gaining insight into your customer’s wants and needs, you can make business and marketing decisions with greater confidence.
Is your wallet or purse overflowing with loyalty cards? If you’re like most people, you probably buy many things over and over again. A growing number of marketers want you to keep coming back for more when the time comes for you to refill, restock or replenish your supply of whatever product or service (usually a commodity of some kind) you need.
The Customer Loyalty Card is the vehicle of choice for many – and primarily small – businesses. (The big companies usually opt for those plastic cards with a magnetic strip on it and call it a club. And they’ll provide you with a mini version for your keychain, too.)
A pamphlet is defined as an unbound booklet (without a hard cover) consisting of a single sheet of paper that is printed on both sides and folded in half, in thirds, or in fourths, or it may consist of a few pages that are folded in half and stapled at the crease. In order to be officially recognized as a pamphlet, UNESCO requires a publication (other than a periodical) to have “at least 5 but not more than 48 pages exclusive of the cover ;” a longer item is a book.
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