Marketing

New Tools Make it Easier to Build a Facebook Fan Page
Marketing

New Tools Make it Easier to Build a Facebook Fan Page

ShortStack offers hungry businesses a lumberjack breakfast's range of Facebook page options.
Gwen Moran
A New Way to Get Customized Service Quotes
Marketing

A New Way to Get Customized Service Quotes

This online platform lets consumers more easily connect with nearby small businesses.
Jason Ankeny
IFC's Five Rules for Romancing Geeks
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IFC's Five Rules for Romancing Geeks

When it comes to capturing the attention of digital-savvy customers, IFC nailed it with 'Portlandia'. Here are five ways the network reeled in this niche audience.
Shira Lazar
What's Hot and What's Not in Content Marketing for 2012
Marketing

What's Hot and What's Not in Content Marketing for 2012

Marketing through online storytelling and advice will only grow in importance to businesses. Here's how to make sense of the biggest trends in content marketing.
Susan Gunelius
How Gary Vaynerchuck, Chris Brogan and Others Think Social Media Will Change in 2012
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How Gary Vaynerchuck, Chris Brogan and Others Think Social Media Will Change in 2012

From the rise of Google+ to the oversaturation of social media, here's what five social media mavens have to say about what's on the horizon in 2012.
Shira Lazar
How to Turn Tweets Into Customers
Marketing

How to Turn Tweets Into Customers

Kenny Lao of Rickshaw Dumpling uses Twitter and Facebook to update his restaurant's fans on a "moment-to-moment" basis. Here are his tips on managing a social-media schedule.
Colleen DeBaise
What Every Entrepreneur Can Learn from Hair Club for Men
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What Every Entrepreneur Can Learn from Hair Club for Men

Three tips to build a business that has staying power and remains relevant through the years.
Erika Napoletano
How Small-Business Owners Can Cast a Social Safety Net
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How Small-Business Owners Can Cast a Social Safety Net

We look at six tools that can help protect your company's social-media contacts and content.
Starr Hall
How Dwolla is Building Its Brand by Giving Away Cash
Marketing

How Dwolla is Building Its Brand by Giving Away Cash

Dwolla's rise as a payment alternative to credit cards isn't thanks to merchants' disdain for plastic alone. Here's how the company's founder used clever social-media strategies to build buzz.
Shira Lazar
Four Rules to Build Your Blog Readership
Marketing

Four Rules to Build Your Blog Readership

You've started writing, now it's time to learn how to promote each entry so you can gain traction and raise visibility.
John D. Leavy
Seven Ways Business Owners Can Beat the January Doldrums
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Seven Ways Business Owners Can Beat the January Doldrums

For many businesses, January is a dead month. Here are some ideas for how to perk up your post-holiday bottom line.
Carol Tice
10 Trends for Online Marketers in 2012
Marketing

10 Trends for Online Marketers in 2012

From deals and rewards to mobile and beyond, here's what might influence how you reach customers next year.
John Arnold
Do Chamber Meetings Still Beat LinkedIn for Networking?
Marketing

Do Chamber Meetings Still Beat LinkedIn for Networking?

A recent survey finds that online networking and women's and service clubs are less effective than in-person networking-focused organizations.
Ivan Misner
See How Fozzie the Bear Helped Viddy Build Social Media Buzz
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See How Fozzie the Bear Helped Viddy Build Social Media Buzz

New video-blogging platform helps entrepreneurs make high-quality short films that are made for social media. See how the company practices what it preaches.
Shira Lazar
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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