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The Ramen Noodle Startup Menu
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The Ramen Noodle Startup Menu

Give these five budget-slicing moves a whirl when launching a new business.
Jamie Pennington and Sarah Crossman Sullivan
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5 Magical Tips Walt Disney Can Teach Entrepreneurs About Marketing
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5 Magical Tips Walt Disney Can Teach Entrepreneurs About Marketing

With Disney's Frozen recently taking home the 2014 Oscar for best animated feature, a milestone for the 91-year-old Walt Disney Animation Studios, we thought it would be the perfect time to reflect on how Disney is still going strong.
Adam Toren
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The 4 Elements of an Irresistible Offer
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The 4 Elements of an Irresistible Offer

Expert advice and inspiration from successful marketing campaigns.
Lindsay LaVine
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How to Grow Your Startup Into a Powerhouse in Less Than 3 Years
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How to Grow Your Startup Into a Powerhouse in Less Than 3 Years

Big brands are constantly planning for the future and strategizing their next move. Here's how you can use a similar approach to grow your startup.
Jim Joseph
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A Social-Media Marketing Primer Even Your Mom Can Handle
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A Social-Media Marketing Primer Even Your Mom Can Handle

Don't hold back on using social-media marketing because you're not tech savvy. Here are a few simple ways to get started.
Jim Joseph
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How to Engage Customers on a Dime
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How to Engage Customers on a Dime

Engaging customers is about reaching them with a compelling message. Here are some ways to do this without breaking the bank.
Jim Joseph
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The Art of Positioning Your Brand and Why You Can't Afford to Screw It Up

Branding is all about striking the right tone with customers. Here's how and why you need to think about your brand positioning.
Jim Joseph
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Connecting With Customers: How to Market to Their Emotions
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Connecting With Customers: How to Market to Their Emotions

Zeroing in on the emotional benefit of your brand will earn you a loyal following. Here's how and why.
Jim Joseph
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Marketing Like the Big Brands: Think You Know Your Customer? Think Again.
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Marketing Like the Big Brands: Think You Know Your Customer? Think Again.

Knowing your target market means more than just choosing a specific demographic focus. It's about understanding exactly how your customers live their lives. Here are three ways to do that.
Jim Joseph
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6 Ways to Track Your Competition's Marketing Strategy

Staying on top of your competitor's marketing tactics is key if you want to be ahead of the game. But you don't need a big budget to do it. Here are six easy ways to stay in the know.
Jim Joseph
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Defining Your Brand: The First Step In Your Marketing Strategy
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Defining Your Brand: The First Step In Your Marketing Strategy

Before creating a brand experience for customers, be sure you've thought critically about how you're going to define your brand. Here are three ways to get you there.
Jim Joseph
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How to Build a Brand Experience for Customers
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How to Build a Brand Experience for Customers

Successful branding means delivering an experience that feels both complete and consistent. Here's how you can use your marketing efforts to make a lasting impression on customers.
Jim Joseph
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Forget What Your Customers Need; Branding Is About What They Want
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Forget What Your Customers Need; Branding Is About What They Want

Meeting your customers' needs is a given, but if it's building a brand you're interested in, you'll need to pay attention to what they want and work to make that emotional connection. Here's why.
Jim Joseph
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Why Startups Should Take a Big-Brand Approach to Marketing
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Why Startups Should Take a Big-Brand Approach to Marketing

You don't need a corporate-sized budget and a giant team to take on some of the big brands' strategies for marketing. Here's where to start.
Jim Joseph
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