It’s hard to be in business these days without having some knowledge of search engine optimization. Commonly referred to as SEO, this is something every small business person should have a basic knowledge of, even if someone else in the company handles all the internet marketing and web design.
When it comes to commercial décor, adaptability is one of the most important traits to consider. It is crucial to be able to adjust your marketing materials to keep up with sales, seasons, and other time-sensitive events.
No matter what sort of business you happen to be in, you probably use various strategies to market your business blog content. The goal is to get the information out to as many people as possible. The more people you can make aware of your business, services, and products, the more sales you stand to make.
We’ve heard it time and time again—”mobile is the future!” But, besides knowing that mobile is a rapidly burgeoning sector of the digital marketing world, many brands and publishers don’t know how to tap into its huge growth potential.
Once you realize that your business needs the world’s largest purchaser (U.S. government municipalities) as a customer, the next step is to determine how to become a government contractor. The following is a framework for how to initiate this process.
Where does your brand stand right now? It’s a question not many businesses and individuals can answer with any degree of accuracy. Without any plan to analyze their brand in place, it’s not likely they will have an answer anytime soon.
Our changing habits, new media preference, and content consumption platforms demand a different way of thinking and practice if we want to maintain relevance in a digital world. How you create content has to adapt to this new environment.
Jay Baer’s new book, Youtility: Why Smart Marketing Is about Help Not Hype, comes out this week. As one of the marketers who received an advance copy, I want to share some highlights with you, especially because they make so much sense.
Mindshare is top of mind (so to speak) in most marketing and sales conversations. How do we capture the hearts, minds and imaginations of customers? It seems, however, we are talking about the wrong thing.
Small Biz Club is the premier destination for small business owners and entrepreneurs. To succeed in business, you have to constantly learn about new things, evaluate what you’re doing, and look for ways to improve—that’s what we’re here to help you do.