Public speaking is one of the best ways to connect with your market. And in a world where virtual speaking events are becoming more and more popular, it's important your presentation slides hold the attention of your audience!
Could a three-minute segment on local television help market your business? Most certainly! Whether it’s a one-on-one interview or a morning-show segment with reporters trying out your newest recipe, local TV can garner impressive exposure for your brand.
Your customers want to hear from you via email. What can you do to make email marketing work well for your business?
Online marketing channels such as email and social media have become so popular many of them now feel saturated. Might it be time for your business to reconsider direct mail? Think postcards, letters, flyers, and even packages.
What’s better than free and useful? At Jottful we use an astounding number of simple, free tools to help us coordinate our team members and market our business. These are our faves.
A webinar can be an ideal platform for you to establish credibility, gain trust, and demonstrate your expertise on topics your prospects and customers really care about.
Personalized marketing (also known as one-to-one marketing) has been shown to deliver better results. Here are five things small businesses can do.
How one business recovered its pandemic losses & doubled its sales by radically altering its marketing
When the pandemic hit, the design agency CM2 Media lost an alarming 80% of its retainer revenue overnight. The owner, Mark Chyz, knew the business had become complacent and needed a transformative approach to business development. Learn the tactics Mark employed to not only recover all that lost revenue, but to grow the agency to double its previous size.
Nikita Montgomery's "urban beauty oasis" opened a few short months before the Covid-19 pandemic forced business closures. But Niki deployed an Instagram marketing strategy that now drives 90% of the salon's revenues. In this episode, you'll learn how Niki built her online audience and drives appointment bookings.
Does it ever feel like you and your graphic designer are speaking completely different languages? Here are five terms designers commonly use and that you, as a small business owner, can employ to more effectively communicate with them.