Businesses that choose to give back to society seem to be happier and more successful. Here’s 3-steps to being one of those businesses.
Once you have established an online presence, you can leverage that presence to drive foot traffic to physical locations.
Smart business owners go out of their way to gather customer testimonials, encouraging happy customers to write reviews about their beautiful business.
Whether you’ve employed a digital marketing agency to help you with your reach, or you’re going it alone, there’s no doubt about the power of strong email opt-in conversions.
If you want to optimise your helpful content so that it doesn’t get lost in the haystack that is the Internet, then it’s time to start repurposing it into other forms that you can share on other sites.
In a world of sameness, it’s hard to stand out, right? To create that precious point-of-difference that will have you standing head and shoulders above your competition.
International Women’s Day is a solid reason to celebrate the amazing female business owners and entrepreneurs I’ve interviewed over the past eight years on The Small Business Big Marketing Show. The honesty and emotion with which they have shared their insights in to their business (and often personal) journeys has been inspirational. Let’s revisit 25 of them …
As the business owner, you have to constantly be thinking of new and creative ways to get the word out about your business. And sometimes, being a little weird can pay off big time.
I call today’s idea the Quick Customer Feedback Request. One great way to start interacting with people and learning from them online is by implementing tools that encourage and invite your website visitors to provide feedback to you.
As you build your business network, it’s important to connect with the right people. The problem is, the right people also happen to be the ones who have the busiest schedules. As a result, phone calls and emails can go unanswered. It’s time to change all that!