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5-Star Online Reviews Are Gold for Small Businesses (No Matter What You Sell)

5-Star Online Reviews Are Gold for Small Businesses (No Matter What You Sell)

From Products, to Local Services to Books, Never Underestimate the Power of 5-Star Reviews to Boost Sales In the hustle of day-to-day operations and marketing, it can be easy to lose sight of encouraging online reviews from your customers. But…

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How to Defeat Writer's Block and Publish Interesting Content for Your Audience

How to Defeat Writer’s Block and Publish Interesting Content for Your Audience

There’s a small word that describes an essential part of marketing today: content. This one word represents a huge commitment. Day after day, week after week, marketers need to publish something new, interesting and effective. The schedule keeps going, and…

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New Research Shows Facebook is Still the Most Important Social Platform for Driving Website Traffic

New Research Shows Facebook is Still the Most Important Social Platform for Driving Website Traffic

Facebook Drives 65.36% of All Social Media-Sourced Website Traffic, but Google Still Outpaces All Social In a survey of 3.25 billion website visits, GrowthBadger’s Kyle Byers discovered that Facebook is far and away the most effective social media platform for…

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Avoid Advertising Annoyance: Keep Customers Engaged with New Content

Avoid Advertising Annoyance: Keep Customers Engaged with New Content

Literally everywhere you look, there’s advertising. As a small business, you probably contribute to the amount of advertising in the world. But we all know how frustrating it is to encounter the same advertisement over and over. Here’s a great…

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This Hotel's Marketing Campaign Went from Quirky to Creepy Real Fast

This Hotel’s Marketing Campaign Went from Quirky to Creepy Real Fast

Renaissance Hotels takes marketing inspiration from its name, seeking to evoke a sense of the renaissance era. It’s a solid brand strategy concept, as described on its website: We’re a hotel for the curious, the adventurous for those who see…

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When to Use a Facebook 'Page Likes' Ad Campaign (And When to Stop It)

When to Use a Facebook ‘Page Likes’ Ad Campaign (And When to Stop It)

Starting a New Page is the Best Reason to Deploy a Facebook ‘Page Likes’ Campaign A Facebook Page with less than 100 followers won’t command the respect (or attention) of Facebook users. To achieve a certain reputation with users, your…

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What to do if spammers give you bad recommendations on Facebook

What to Do if Spammers Give You Fake Recommendations on Facebook

Even Marketing Experts Make Mistakes Back in 2013, I had just given birth to premature twins who needed constant love and care. Given Murphy’s Law, that’s exactly when four spam Facebook accounts gave my business low-star reviews, wrecking my Facebook…

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Once Upon a Child's New Marketing Strategy Blends Online and In-Store Experiences

Once Upon a Child’s New Marketing Strategy Blends Online and In-Store Experiences

Small Business Marketing Case Study My favorite resale shop for kids clothes, toys and gear took a risk last year when it shifted focus from its popular Facebook brand page in favor of creating individual pages for each local store.…

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