7 Concurrent Marketing Strategies for Your Small Business Success

Your small business success is propelled by several factors. The most significant of which is marketing strategy.

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You may have the best products and the best employees, but they may become useless without some regular and concurrent marketing programs. Selling is one thing, but marketing is something else. If you want to really succeed in growing your business, you should always have two or more marketing strategies that can be implemented altogether at the same time.

In the UK, most entrepreneurs are aggressively implementing various marketing strategies. In the UK Some of them give away promotional products, we will discuss this strategy later.…

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Marketing Tips to Create Demand for Your Product

In the world of marketing, demand creation is the process of creating demand for specific products where none might currently exist. Sometimes called push marketing, creating demand is far more involved– and perforce, often more expensive– than traditional marketing and branding, which typically seeks to meet or satisfy existing needs.

Create demand and sell!

Often, business or startup owners realize they need to generate demand when their innovative and new service or product sits on the market with only a few, intermittent buyers. Even if it could be an industry game changer, it’s not uncommon that only early adopters will take a chance with an unfamiliar brand.…

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Print Marketing: Why it Matters and How to Use it

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While champions of the digital era will have us believe print is dying out, you only need to look around you to see that print marketing is still very much alive and well. On any given day, we’re bombarded with billboards, magazines and posters – all pointing us towards a product, service or brand – and whether we realise it or not, these marketing materials influence our buying behaviour.

Today, we’re throwing the spotlight on the print industry. We’ll be looking at everything from high street flyers and business cards to retail window clings and magazines – exploring how and why print still works as an effective marketing strategy.…

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How to Win in Retail by Utilizing Shopper and In-store Marketing Strategy (Infographic)

Every retailer in the world works hard to get customers in to their store. Shopper marketing plays a vital role in this area and it focuses on how you need to interact with the customer from the beginning to the end of a transaction. Getting the customer to your store is only half the battle and even when the customer is in your store you still need to tread carefully.

Shopper

Just because they are in your store doesn’t mean the job is complete and you need to make sure you make their stay as pleasurable as possible. For example, when you consider that 70% of shoppers use a mobile device in a store, how vital does good in-store WIFI become?…

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4 Reasons to Create a Video Case Study for Your Business

Steve Jobs once said that customers don’t know what they want until it’s been shown to them. The late entrepreneurial pioneer used this to Apple’s advantage, identifying a problem and solving it in the simplest, most approachable manner possible. The success of this method is unquestionable – Apple fast became the world’s most valuable company.

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You might have the best product in the world, but if customers don’t know how it will improve or simplify their lives, they will not buy into it. This concept forms the core of advertising and marketing, but is often neglected when it comes to constructing a company website.…

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Online Marketing Versus Traditional Marketing – What Should You Choose?

Marketing a product or a service is a necessity for every single business out there. If nobody knows about a product, sales will not be generated and profit does not exist. Marketing is vital but few business owners actually have the necessary knowledge to make correct choices.

Online marketing for local business

The biggest debate that normally appears is using online marketing or traditional marketing. We can say that online marketing is rather new, although it has been used for some years now. It practically refers to using the tools that are offered by the internet in order to promote the services or products of a company.…

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Marketing your Small Business – from Online to In-House

The internet has become such an extremely viable way to market any type of business or venture, and because of that many businesses forget about the traditional ways of marketing and attracting sales. While being online and mobile is important for all businesses, big and small, it’s still just as important to market locally if you do any sort of business on a local base.

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That local base doesn’t necessarily need to be an actual storefront. Maybe you sell items at flea markets or art shows. That still counts as being local. So why would you miss out on great opportunities to increase client counts and sales?…

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5 Ways to Add Value to your Business Marketing

The techniques and processes of marketing in the modern business world are changing so fast that it’s hard to keep up with what makes sense and what’s just a waste of time and money. The answers aren’t necessarily readily available either, when it comes to asking the simply question of ‘well then what do I have to do in order to succeed?’

Attractive marketing

So, in place of these definite answers, your best bet is to approach the situation as a series of experiments, and roll with the punches as you try the following five techniques to add value to your marketing concept, including presenting educational resources, allowing real-time interaction, being socially consistent, using customer surveys, and shortening your feedback loop.…

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How to Effectively Use Ethos, Pathos and Logos in your Online Marketing Strategy

Marketing and advertising to an online market can be a tricky endeavor. With so many people using the Internet daily, it can be a challenge to know exactly who you’re targeting and how to most effectively reach that ideal audience. However, by understanding the concepts of ethos, pathos and logos and how they affect your marketing strategy, you may just have an easier time connecting with your target market and having more online business success.

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Marketing with Ethos

A lot of the success businesses have online can be attributed to their ethos, or how credible they are. Because people know that anyone can write anything on the Internet, it takes a certain amount of ethos to make a potential client or customer feel that they can trust a business entity that they see exclusively on the Internet.…

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10 Do’s and Don’ts of Marketing a Dental Practice

Perhaps a generation ago, it was enough for a dentist to simply open his/her doors, provide quality service, and he/she could trust that patients would come. Clearly, however, that’s no longer the case. Building a successful practice requires marketing, but what types work and how well they work is less clear.

Precious Thompson, DDS

Even before you graduated from dental school you were being bombarded with pitches from marketing companies that claimed to have the secret sauce to helping you build and grow your practice. Those pitches, of course, are self-serving, so a new dentist or one looking to grow their practice is largely left to their own devices in terms of picking a marketing strategy.…

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