The following 4 branding tactics worked wonders for the companies that used them. Use these offbeat and innovative marketing strategies for your own startup
Today’s post comes from video commercial creation expert Adam Lisagor, also known as the Martin Scorsese of online video advertising.
The shameless art of self promotion is supposed to be just that — shameless. Often shame, pride, fear and other unhealthy emotions get in the way of our honing of this most valuable life and business skill.
The art of the schmooze can be elusive for some, while other appear to thrive effortlessly in a crowd. Being an effective marketer is more about planning ahead and listening effectively than talking like Marty Kaan from the House of Lies television program.
Check out this video and link to a recent SMB poll which reveals startling news about the mindsets of US small business owners, including several who don’t feel it necessary to spend money on marketing or CRM resources.
Mercedes’ new CLA offers entrepreneurs and people working in business the chance to bump up their image without spending $200 grand.
It might seem like the days of using email to promote your brand is long past dead in the wake of social media. However, the following study shows that email still has 4 times the potential reach over the biggest social media providers.
Whether you’re changing careers or looking to change who you are, the following 3 tips from Marie Forleo can help you transform yourself quickly.
Check out this list of essential “Social Media New Year’s Resolutions” you must adapt in your business for success in 2015.
Quite often it’s the simple things that go a long way on social media. Use these 3 tips to make your next Facebook post go viral.
Consumers are sick and tired of watching the same old tame and cheesy product ads. Check out this video, showing three companies who’ve went way over the top in an effort to increase their reach and find new clients (WARNING: #3 is really disturbing!)
Free publicity is a bootstrapper’s dream. It’s also a tool that established businesses should use to maximize profits while minimizing expenses.