This is a story about my (personal) frustrations with the services many of the clients I counsel are getting from various marketing activities sources like “social media managers; blogger; branding, lead generation, localization specialist.” Professional services are important.
Worried about being a spammer? Not sure who wants to get what information from you? Or maybe you’re dealing with a small email list. Either way, you can use lists in Constant Contact to divide your email contacts into logical groups.
Fundraising is more challenging than ever as we continue to practice social distancing. You’ll also learn how to analyze your results so your next fundraising campaign is even more effective.
Knowing who is most likely to donate to your nonprofit and how to tailor your message to them can help you raise more money.
For many, the thought of creating a Google Ad feels overwhelming. Maybe you’re not sure how it really works and don’t want to waste your money trying to figure it out?
Social media is still as important for your business in today’s world — and perhaps more important as data shows that consumers are shifting their lives online at a staggering pace. But as a small business, you may be unsure how to proceed with marketing your business and communicating during this time.
Every business begins with success in mind; few put it in writing. A well-prepared marketing plan can be a roadmap to guide you (and your staff or volunteers) through your businesses’ short- and long-term goals and challenges.
We’re talking about getting more traffic to your website. Little did I know so many people were totally unaware of this great (free) tool and I got a lot of follow up calls about the wonders of google!
Showing up when customers are searching online is more important than ever. Ensure customers can find accurate, updated information about your local business on Google Search and Google Maps, no matter which device they use. In this workshop, you will learn how to create and manage a Business Profile on Google from start to finish. […]
A good marketing plan is made up of goals, objectives, strategies, tactics, tools, and evaluation. Let’s look at what each of those contains. Before you spend a ton of money on the newest “marketing gadgets” or “EZ marketing” tools, stop and take a look at your own goals and objectives. Begin with the end in mind.