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Seven Effective Marketing Methods for Our Ad-Cluttered, Digital Age

Seven Effective Marketing Methods for Our Ad-Cluttered, Digital Age

In a competitive climate, it's critical for small businesses to market effectively. Here are seven popular marketing methods and why you should consider them.
Three Ways to Use QR Codes for Business

Three Ways to Use QR Codes for Business

These small companies turned the now-ubiquitous QR code into a new sales machine.
How to Spread the Word About Your Business

How to Spread the Word About Your Business

Serial entrepreneur Jen Groover shares her advice to entrepreneurs about creating product awareness.
Six Tips for Maximizing Email Marketing Campaigns

Six Tips for Maximizing Email Marketing Campaigns

Consider this advice for testing different strategies to encourage customers to open and respond to email messages.
Seven Ways to Get a 'Cash Mob' to Shop at Your Small Business

Seven Ways to Get a 'Cash Mob' to Shop at Your Small Business

Buy-local advocates are creating 'cash mobs,' which ask people to patronize local stores at a particular time. Here's how you can get a cash mob to shop your store.
How Broderick's Bueller Can Deliver Your Business Super Bowl Buzz

How Broderick's Bueller Can Deliver Your Business Super Bowl Buzz

Curious how to take advantage of the pre-game buzz? Consider newsjacking or hosting a promotional tie-in.
Three Affordable Ways to Get Celebrities to Promote Your Brand

Three Affordable Ways to Get Celebrities to Promote Your Brand

Hiring a celebrity spokesperson doesn't have to break the bank. Here are three, low-cost ways to involve celebrities in your business.
See What Attracts People to Your Business's Facebook Page

See What Attracts People to Your Business's Facebook Page

Want to boost the stickiness of your business's Facebook page? Take a gander at what people look at on the typical business page.
An Inside Look At Being a Wal-Mart Supplier

An Inside Look At Being a Wal-Mart Supplier

What does it really take to service Wal-Mart as an account? A new report provides a rare, behind-the-scenes view into the inner workings of the big-box giant.
How One Company Transformed Its Boring Products

How One Company Transformed Its Boring Products

If your industry is full of sameness and you're having trouble figuring out how to differentiate your products, try to inject something fresh. Sometimes, all a product needs is a new name.
Maestros of Malt: How Five Craft Brewmasters Got the Beer Bug

Maestros of Malt: How Five Craft Brewmasters Got the Beer Bug

These Oregon entrepreneurs developed a taste for beer and turned it into a thriving business.
Is Any Publicity Good Publicity?

Is Any Publicity Good Publicity?

In public relations and content marketing, who you hitch your wagon to matters. Here's how you can generate interest in your company without degrading it.
How to Bite Off a Chunk of the Zombie Economy

How to Bite Off a Chunk of the Zombie Economy

Zombie-related sales are a $5 billion market opportunity any entrepreneur can feast on. Here are a four ways you can reap some zombie-related profits -- and they're not just for Halloween, either.

Get Creative with Social Media: How to Make it Work for You

Social media marketing is a great way to network and share information.
How to Get Started with Location-Based Marketing

How to Get Started with Location-Based Marketing

Three tips for combining a consumer's interests and location in your mobile marketing efforts to help give your revenues a lift.
Apple's Simple Marketing Manifesto

Apple's Simple Marketing Manifesto

In the latest post from our short blog series on the autobiography of Steve Jobs, we look at his vision and drive that made the tech giant what it is today.
How to Be Your Own Media Company

How to Be Your Own Media Company

Now that you're your own boss, you need to do your own marketing and promotion. (Who did you think was going to take care of all that for you?) Here's how to do it.
What Are Low-Cost Ways to Market My Business and Make Sales?

What Are Low-Cost Ways to Market My Business and Make Sales?

Mike Michalowicz, author of The Toilet Paper Entrepreneur, shares techniques to help generate leads and bring in more business. He shares his best tips to help you find more customers.
Why Content Marketing Is King

Why Content Marketing Is King

More business marketers are turning to blogs, white papers and case studies to spread the word about their wares than search engine marketing.
How to Tap into a Competitive Market: The Craft-Beer Business in Portland, Ore.

How to Tap into a Competitive Market: The Craft-Beer Business in Portland, Ore.

With 40 craft breweries and more than 50 in the metro area, Portland, Ore., has more craft breweries than any other city in the world. We spoke with brewery owners about how they're able to stand out with so much competition.
How to Get Your Product into the Hands of a Celebrity

How to Get Your Product into the Hands of a Celebrity

Use these tips to learn how to find and approach the three types of people that can help your brand onto the red carpet.
The New, New Rules of Business Marketing

The New, New Rules of Business Marketing

Entrepreneurs who ignore online marketing tools are missing a growing opportunity to engage customers, says marketing strategist David Meerman Scott.
Five Steps to Create a Marketing Plan

Five Steps to Create a Marketing Plan

How business owners can put together a detailed marketing guide for business growth.
Savvy Marketing Turns a Hobby into a Successful Business

Savvy Marketing Turns a Hobby into a Successful Business

How the founders of the YOLO Board have glided to the front of the stand-up paddling crowd.
A Franchise Thanksgiving

A Franchise Thanksgiving

If you find yourself taking your local Subway for granted, Franchise Appreciation Day offers an opportunity to show your support.
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