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. 

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Stop Chasing Sales and Get Your Web Content Right

Stop Chasing Sales and Get Your Web Content Right

Help your customers -- and your sales -- by producing meaningful, honest content.
5 Ways Mobile Messaging Can Boost Retail Sales

5 Ways Mobile Messaging Can Boost Retail Sales

From start to finish, the shopping process offers multiple opportunities to use mobile-messaging strategies. Here are five approaches that can help boost your sales.
A Social-Media Marketing Primer Even Your Mom Can Handle

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.
Should I Create One or Two Websites for My Business?

Should I Create One or Two Websites for My Business?

One product. Two target markets. How many websites should be created? Ask Entrepreneur's branding and marketing expert solves the equation and shows how one size can indeed fit all.
12 Personal Habits of Successful Marketers

12 Personal Habits of Successful Marketers

We ask our Team Digital to open up and tell us about the simple practices that makes them so good at marketing.
How to Make Company Announcements in Buzzworthy Ways

How to Make Company Announcements in Buzzworthy Ways

With J. Crew debuting a new catalog on Pinterest and MTV announcing its Video Music Award nominees on Instagram and Vine, it seems relying solely on press releases is a strategy of the past.
How Your Press Releases Can Grab the Most Attention

How Your Press Releases Can Grab the Most Attention

If your news items seem stale, try smartening up how you link, adding visuals and encouraging social sharing, to freshen them up.
5 Simple Tips for Marketing to Nerds

5 Simple Tips for Marketing to Nerds

Nerds, geeks, eggheads and wonks are an influential audience -- Nerdist's Chris Hardwick offers tips to reach them.
Burnt Out? How to Get Your Marketing Mojo Back

Burnt Out? How to Get Your Marketing Mojo Back

It can be easy to convey your passion for a product or service in the early days of a new business. As time goes by, not so much. Our Team Digital has advice.
How to Use App Store Optimization to Get Attention

How to Use App Store Optimization to Get Attention

Making an app available is part of the equation. Helping people find it is a whole other ballgame.
Do This Before You Build Your Next App and Other Must-Read Business Tips

Do This Before You Build Your Next App and Other Must-Read Business Tips

A look at why you shouldn't build an app on gut instinct alone, why you should release product features one at a time and more advice for business owners.
What's the Beef? Chipotle Faces Loyalty Issues Over Meat Standards

What's the Beef? Chipotle Faces Loyalty Issues Over Meat Standards

The fast-food chain's potential changes in hormones used to treat its cows might be problematic with its brand messaging. Here's lessons to take away for your own business.
How to Ace Back-to-School Season

How to Ace Back-to-School Season

One of the busiest shopping seasons is fast approaching. Here's how to make the most of your back-to-school marketing strategy.
How to Pull a Badass Marketing Stunt

How to Pull a Badass Marketing Stunt

You don't need a big budget and a fireworks display to pull off a bold marketing move. Here's how to generate buzz around your brand.
How to Take Advantage of the Summer Slump

How to Take Advantage of the Summer Slump

Don't get lazy -- use the summer slowdown to improve your marketing, branding and customer relationships.
Want Loyal Customers? Do This.

Want Loyal Customers? Do This.

Giving customers individual attention is a surefire way to build loyalty. Here's how you can shower them with attention, even with limited time and money.
How to Start Mapping Your Marketing Plan Right Now

How to Start Mapping Your Marketing Plan Right Now

Creating a marketing funnel that converts prospective customers into paying ones is key to your sales strategy. Here's how to get started.

Amanda De Cadenet Proves How Great Conversations Can Empower Brands and Viewers

As host of Lifetime's The Conversation, Amanda De Cadenet has amassed a huge following. Here's how the model/actress is making that viewership count.
Yahoo to Roll Out a New Logo Each Day for the Next 30 Days

Yahoo to Roll Out a New Logo Each Day for the Next 30 Days

The internet giant will keep the exclamation point, the color purple and its yodel, but the iconic image is being replaced.

Build a Better Understanding of Customers, Get a Competitive Advantage

Creating buyer personas, which include customer demographics and behavior, can be enormously helpful in persuading potential customers to choose you over a competitor.
The Top 10 Consumer Complaints

The Top 10 Consumer Complaints

A new survey by the Consumer Federation of America lists auto sales, home repairs and debt disputes among the top consumer gripes.

Rookie PR Mistakes: Why Email Blasting and Harassing Editors are Major No No's

PR maven Rebekah Epstein dishes on what not do when pitching to the media.
Intuit to Give One Small Business a Free Super Bowl Ad

Intuit to Give One Small Business a Free Super Bowl Ad

Financial-software firm Intuit launches a contest it's calling 'Small Business Big Game,' and the winning entrepreneur will score air time during the Super Bowl.
Lori Greiner's Advice on How to Get Your Invention on Store Shelves

Lori Greiner's Advice on How to Get Your Invention on Store Shelves

The 'Shark Tank' investor and inventor of over 400 products offers her advice to move your product from idea to sales.
Marketing's Best Kept Secret

Marketing's Best Kept Secret

Trying to change customers' behavior so they'll use your product is a recipe for failure. Here are missteps to avoid.
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