News and Articles About Local Marketing
Here are six features that will make your brick-and-mortar website a marketing machine.
By understanding what they are and the difference between them, you can decide which method is right for you.
It's all about market research, of course, according to 'Bar Rescue' host Jon Taffer.
We like to think our marketing and PR needs to be global, but thinking locally is often smarter.
New York is the first U.S. city to receive its own domain name, and more are likely to follow.T
Sure, you want your company's site to rank high in search-engine results. The proof that your efforts worked may arrive in the form of new customers.
The huge majority of retailers own just one store but consumers have few options for local gift cards. There is a big unmet demand.
Understanding how the firm's competitors, neighbors and industry peers are faring is the difference between surviving and thriving.
Starting a Business
Mark Vevle helped set up Brooklyn Flea Philly, but the market failed. Lessons learned, he decided to open his own, Philly-centric market.
New trends that are altering the way brick-and-mortar companies do business.
From gamification to local to analytics, a look at what's going to move the needle in marketing this year.
Here's what small businesses can do to ensure they're more easily discovered on the giant social network.
Customers that have recently moved to a neighborhood outspend established residents at local small businesses.
The tech entrepreneur talks about starting an internet powerhouse and grabbing the mobile opportunity.