Marketing

Marketing

Marketing is a form of communication between you and your customers with the goal of selling your product or service to them. Communicating the value of your product or service is a key aspect of marketing. 

The Four P's of marketing include identifying and developing your product, determining its price, figuring out placement in order to reach customers, and developing a promotional strategy. 

Developing a marketing plan is an important way to begin forming this strategy for reaching customers and encouraging them to buy. 

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What's the Best Way to Spend 30 Minutes of Your Time on Social-Media Marketing?
Productivity

What's the Best Way to Spend 30 Minutes of Your Time on Social-Media Marketing?

Managing social media can be a full-time job. So, here's what you can do if you only have half an hour to spare.
Kevan Lee
How to Quickly Create Facebook Landing Pages That Will Gain Clicks and Customers
Facebook advertising

How to Quickly Create Facebook Landing Pages That Will Gain Clicks and Customers

Once prospects click on your ad, your landing page has to capture their attention, trigger their interests, and not let them go.
Tanya Benedicto Klich
Variety Is the Spice of Social-Media Life, Too
Social Media

Variety Is the Spice of Social-Media Life, Too

Social-media marketing needs continuity to be effective but ever-changing to keep the audience interested.
Brett Relander
The 4 Elements of the Most Persuasive Copy
Writing

The 4 Elements of the Most Persuasive Copy

You don't have to be gifted to write in way that compels people to buy, you just have to work at it.
Pratik Dholakiya
Right Business, Wrong Social Media Culture
Social Media Marketing

Right Business, Wrong Social Media Culture

When creating an online marketing strategy for your company, be sure to select the right platform.
Jay Izso
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Capture, Engage and Convert Customers With Visual Branding
Marketing

Capture, Engage and Convert Customers With Visual Branding

To make the greatest impact and differentiate your company from the vast sea of online content, add effective visual elements with these four tips.
Peter Gasca
The Best Brand Uses of Instagram's Cool Time-Lapse Video App
Social Media Marketing

The Best Brand Uses of Instagram's Cool Time-Lapse Video App

Hyperlapse makes it easy for businesses and brands of all sizes and industries to create original, compelling content in an effort to connect with consumers on a deeper level.
Sujan Patel
5 PR Strategies for the Busy Entrepreneur
Online Marketing

5 PR Strategies for the Busy Entrepreneur

Public relations pays off big if you can devote the time for it, but these tactics serve as an appropriate, effective substitute.
Jayson DeMers
Facebook Reportedly Building 'Facebook for Work' to Compete With LinkedIn, Google
Facebook

Facebook Reportedly Building 'Facebook for Work' to Compete With LinkedIn, Google

Instead of being banned at work, the company reportedly wants its platform to be embraced as a productivity tool.
Laura Entis
The Missing Ingredient of Modern Marketing
Social Media Marketing

The Missing Ingredient of Modern Marketing

What is needed is a complete solution for your digital needs that's designed to work in tandem with your existing infrastructure.
Ekaterina Walter
The 3 Goals to Set for Content-Marketing Success
Content Strategy

The 3 Goals to Set for Content-Marketing Success

For your content-marketing campaign to be a success, you need to determine what milestones you want to achieve and implement strategies to support these goals.
Nick Rojas
The New England Patriots Twitter Fiasco Was Wrong for So Many Reasons
Marketing mistakes

The New England Patriots Twitter Fiasco Was Wrong for So Many Reasons

The team's recent social-media disaster was more than just a fumble. And the apology was just as bad.
Jason Fell
How to Distinguish Your Personal From Your Professional Brand Online
Social Media

How to Distinguish Your Personal From Your Professional Brand Online

Why it makes sense to create a dividing line between your personal and professional selves.
Scott Langdon