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Email marketing is everywhere! Your favorite companies have more than likely sent you a message telling you about a product. This is email marketing in its purest form and a strategy you may want to start using.  But the big question remains:  how you get your customers (and prospective customers) to read the emails you’re…Continue Reading »

People seem to be flocking to mobile devices so that they can have access to a number of options and convenience throughout their day. When your business utilizes mobile marketing, you are effectively turning the your potential customer’s mobile device into an all access pass into their world. Capturing the consumer at times they would…Continue Reading »

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Getting yourself set up online with social media is now becoming an absolute necessity for any business, whether based in a physical location or exclusively online. This article will show you how to effectively market your company using this very popular marketing outlet. (Good news; it’s not as hard as you might think it is!)…Continue Reading »

Do you find your site is not getting promoted enough? Would you like to learn how to promote your site through internet marketing?  If you answered yes to either of these questions, pay attention.  The tips that are listed below contain advice on what you can do to create a great internet marketing plan. Make…Continue Reading »

The knee-jerk answer is: articles. And the argument for the “advertorial” i.e. an ad made to look like editorial material is that it is obvious; people buy newspapers and magazines for the articles, not the ads. But, like all dogma, ain’t necessarily so. For example, lots of people buy the Wednesday newspaper to get the…Continue Reading »

By Dan Kennedy  Leadership depends more upon the man than the rank.”  – Harold Geneen For good or bad, I consider myself fortunate to have missed the Vietnam experience.But I’ve talked to enough vets to know that “fragging” was much more common than the public knew; meaning, grunts shooting their leader in the back.  This…Continue Reading »