Marketing Strategy

How to Hire and Retain Employees with an Employment Marketing Strategy

How to Hire and Retain Employees with an Employment Marketing Strategy

In these days of 3.8% unemployment, US small businesses face significant challenges to recruit, hire and retain employees. Vistage research finds that CEOs of small and medium-sized businesses highlight talent management as their #1 concern, with 65% planning to hire…

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Coaching Gives Small Business Owners a Head Start in Marketing

Coaching Gives Small Business Owners a Head Start in Marketing

Owners of start-ups and businesses in their infancy often don’t have the resources to hire a marketing firm or marketing employee. In the beginning, they have to go-it-alone, do tons of research and make costly mistakes. Marketing isn’t easy, but…

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Email Marketing: Give Your Customers Something to Click On

Email Marketing: Give Your Customers Something to Click On

Create Content Complimentary to Both Your Audience’s Interests and Your Business Needs My client TriState Water Works has two important business seasons for irrigation maintenance: Spring Start-Up and Fall Winterization. Email marketing is an important part of helping our customers…

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When to Boost Facebook Posts (And When Not To)

When to Boost Facebook Posts (And When Not To)

This Popular Facebook Ad Type Gets Results – When Used Strategically Boosting a post is likely the most well-known of Facebook ad types because it is so ubiquitous. Every business receives notifications from Facebook encouraging them to boost individual posts.…

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A Small Business Marketing Campaign that Understands the Customer

James Free Jewelers is enjoying success with a clever marketing strategy tailored for engaged couples. With any bridal purchase over $5000, customers receive a free 4-day, 3-night honeymoon cruise. This offer is much more attention-grabbing and interesting than a straight percentage…

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Sadly, Interesting is More Important than Accurate

Precise language is one of my joys. It’s exhilarating to find exactly the right word that communicates in the best way possible. Which is why it pains me to admit that accuracy isn’t all that important if it’s boring. For marketing communications,…

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Your Receptionist May Be Your Most Important Employee

In Small Business Marketing, Receptionists Are on the Front Line Receptionist positions are often considered entry-level with high turnover. Small businesses don’t spend much time training the receptionist, sometimes just giving her an admonition to be friendly and punctual. But from…

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