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One of the fastest ways to grab buyers’ attention is to give them something special. Whether insider deals or bundle packages, special offers help cement customer loyalty and keep them coming back. Using the example of a local coffee shop, let’s look at five ways you can use your marketing communications, whether print or digital, to make your customers feel valued and remind them why they love doing business with you.
There’s no need to wait to network! Use both digital and traditional methods to reach even more people than before.
Let’s talk about what mobile optimization is, why you should be doing it, what platforms you should consider and how you can take advantage!
Every business loses customers, but just because customers stop purchasing from you doesn’t mean that they are gone forever. You can win them back! You just need a plan. Here are five tips for re-engaging lapsed customers.
From engaging videos to captivating written content, the opportunities for content marketing are endless. Leverage your audiences and the audiences of others to get your message out into the world.
Don’t forget to market to the people who already know and love you. Your existing customers are much more likely to purchase again, and with the right marketing efforts, you’re on your way to successful repeat business.
Have you ever noticed that you naturally want to return the favor when someone does something nice for you? As human beings, it’s a reaction that is wired into us, and it can be tapped as part of your direct mail strategy. It’s called “the rule of reciprocity.”
When it comes to your marketing efforts, there are a ton of items you should be tracking throughout the entire marketing lifecycle!
The right marketing can make any brand seem thrilling, and can boost a small business if used appropriately. If your business is struggling to sell a less-than-compelling product, check out some of these marketing tactics to bump consumer interest and sell excitement.
Customer service is a powerful tool, which can draw in new customers or push potential clients away. For any business to thrive and grow, customer service should be at the forefront of its mission.
As we move from the pandemic to the endemic phase of COVID-19, the U.S. economy has been surprisingly resilient. Sales have rebounded, and businesses and consumers are spending. But the supply chain hasn't recovered as quickly as demand, and shoppers often find limited supplies of everything from consumer electronics to toys. These disruptions have affected the paper industry, too.
Spring cleaning doesn’t have to be just for your personal life. Use this new season to spruce up your marketing efforts.
By taking the time and care to think about your brand and what your business stands for, you’re on your way to creating a brand worth remembering.
When it comes to marketing, no channel reigns supreme. Every channel has its strengths and weaknesses, and part of creating relevance is capitalizing on the strengths of each one. For example, email is powerful for flash sales and quick updates, while print has a beauty, longevity, and stopping power that digital channels can’t replicate.
Whether you’re finding top new talent or attracting others that want to work with you, LinkedIn will help get you there.
Your employees are the heartbeat of your business. Make sure they feel special this Employee Appreciation Day! Whether it’s a simple thank you note or an all-out swag bag and care package, do what your team members will love.
Have you ever heard the term “micro-yes”? One small “yes” in a series of yeses moves the prospect through the sales funnel one step at a time. The key is that, at each stage, the prospect agrees to a small request. Will you open this envelope? Will you take this quiz? One tiny step leads them to a much larger “yes” later. It’s a very effective technique, especially for more significant, more complex sales.
In the world of marketing, evergreen refers to content that stands the test of time. It means the knowledge is relevant today, and it will still be relevant in the months to come. Let’s take a look at why you should invest in evergreen content and how to make it work for your business.
The art of SEO can help your business be found in a sea of competitors! Whether you focus on paid or organic search, there is ample opportunity to get your business noticed.
Are you measuring the success of your marketing campaigns? No matter how beautiful the design or snappy the copy, what is most important is that it gets results. But what does success even look like? “Success” can be defined in many ways. Let’s look at five of the most common ways to determine whether your efforts are working.
Personalized marketing materials are generally more effective at helping you reach your end goal, and the right Customer Relationship Management system can help get you there!
You may not have the marketing budget for a Super Bowl commercial, but that doesn’t mean your business can’t learn something from the big game!
What makes a great customer? Is it the one who places a huge order once, but never again? Or the one who places small orders but orders from you consistently year after year? We need to measure Lifetime Customer Value (LCV) to answer this question.
How will your business continue to show your customers love this month and all year long? Remember that marketing is all about building relationships, and this is the perfect opportunity to show your customers how much you care.