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Use superior service as a thrifty and effective in-house marketing mechanism.
Build exposure for your brand by showing off your company's expertise and top employees in trade magazines.
Technology allows us to be more creative and visual than ever. But using it to make things simpler is the real trick.
Make friends in all the right places online, and watch your site's traffic soar.
With the right execution, a price increase doesn't have to cost you your customers.
If you build it, they will come--and actually stay awake, too.
Tight consumer budgets may dampen spirits, so here are 5 tips for ringing in the sales this holiday season.
Put Google AdWords to work, and watch the customers--and sales--click in.
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Starting a franchise in a small town helped these family-focused entrepreneurs bring in big profits.
Marketing How-To Guides
A time to market your to-do list isn't complete without this key practice--and neither is your business.
Even in a bad economy, one truth about marketing stands: you have to spend more to make more.
Make the Sale
Don't get bummed by negative feedback. Instead, get fired up and motivated to do better.
Social responsibility makes consumers take notice. Follow these 5 steps to create a successful cause-based marketing campaign.
Use these 9 tips to craft a pitch that will have retailers filling out purchase orders.
One community bank is leveraging the levity of a name to send a message to consumers: This is an FDIC-insured bank with a sense of humor and it's a safe place for your money.
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Use these 5 tips to give buzz words the boot and focus on actionable messages.
Kristin Kendall, president of Out Of The Box Events, talks about the importance of networking and research when starting a small business.
If you claim to do everything, your clients won't rely on you for anything.
Fur-Get Me Not keeps customers well-informed with company news, events and stories.
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Closing the Sale
Create the scenario that can help you establish invaluable business relationships.
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