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What to Do When No One Responds to Your Pitch Emails

When your pitch emails go unanswered by members of the media, consider more subtle steps.

Dave Clarke

10 Ways to Stop Being a Jerk. Signed, Your Publicist

It's great to get media attention, but it's no silver bullet. Expecting or demanding too much can fritter away any good will you may have had.

Bruce Serbin

8 Keys to Award Winning Startup Customer Service

It's a mistake to only consider customer service as an afterthought. Here are the keys to creating a world-class response system at your startup.

Martin Zwilling

Dealing With Rejection: 5 Ways to Turn a No Into a Yes

Visionaries often hear 'no' when they first propose their big ideas. Find out when you should or shouldn't take no for an answer, and how to turn that no into a yes.

Steve Strauss

Why Pricing Should Be Your First Focus, Not Your Last

Entrepreneur Stephan Aarstol explains why pricing is the most important factor in launching your product or service.

Connecting With Customers: How to Market to Their Emotions

Zeroing in on the emotional benefit of your brand will earn you a loyal following. Here's how and why.

Jim Joseph

Marketing on a Dime: 3 Lessons From a First-Time CMO

Building a marketing plan on a budget requires a solid understanding of what makes products sell and who you need to target. Here are three fundamentals to keep in mind.

Answers to Your Important Content Marketing Questions

Our content-marketing guru tackles more queries about Twitter, Facebook, blogging and finding time to fit it all in.

Ann Handley

How to Sell a Product: 5 Ways to Sell Itself

With so many brands to choose from, customers often want to go with what they know. Here are five ways to make your product do its own marketing.

Debra Kaye

Twitter's Jack Dorsey on How Entrepreneurs Should Use Twitter

As part of National Small Business Week, Dorsey will join SBA Chief Karen Mills for a discussion of best practices.

Marketing ROI: Budgeting Your Money Wisely

Calculating the return on investment for your marketing can sometimes seem impossible. Yet it's necessary to make sure you're budgeting wisely. Here's how to translate your efforts into numbers.

Tim Berry

Marketing Like the Big Brands: Think You Know Your Customer? Think Again.

Knowing your target market means more than just choosing a specific demographic focus. It's about understanding exactly how your customers live their lives. Here are three ways to do that.

Jim Joseph