Marketing efforts will always take time, especially early on as entrepreneurs figure out what tools and platforms work best for their brand, but these marketing hacks are a great start.
Doug Baldasare would try just about anything to close a sale. Here's how he got customers' attention.
From following the crowd to worrying about ROI, here are errors entrepreneurs make when it comes to acquiring customers.
When it comes to reaching customers, public relations can either be a company's best friend or its worst enemy. Here are a few rules for establishing good customer relations.
You don't want everyone to like you, just the right ones.
Technology and data can play an invaluable role in enhancing your business, and the benefits are there for the taking, but don't lose sight of the folks behind the numbers.
Learn from others' failures. Test your concept. And never, ever give up.
Find and convert more online customers by sharing free samples, hosting events and even riding the wave of someone else's audience.
Offer a great product or service and keep pushing until you reach this milestone.
Small businesses can -- and should -- target consumers closest to home. Here's how.
An interesting anecdote about mattresses, client lists, and prospecting that can give you the insight you need to take your business to a whole new level.
Will you become Ahab, or thrive, when that great big, dreamed-of client comes calling?
Exploring New Markets
Companies work so hard to develop a loyal customer base they often overlook how tweaking marketing strategy could develop an entirely new segment.
Pro football provides a great model for entrepreneurs as they seek out loyal, raving fans.