Friday, December 5, 2014

Swiss Army Knife Marketing for Small Business



To stand out, engage, make customers, close sales and command loyalty, every business wants a full arsenal of marketing strategies and tactics. Direct marketing. Event marketing. PR-Marketing. Internet marketing. Channel marketing. Promotion marketing. Marketing sets and subsets all come into play. Ads. Mail. Email. Brochures. Websites. Conferences. Trade shows. Webinars. News releases. Press kits.Blogs. Vlogs. YouTube. Vimeo. Tactics on top of tactics.And in the best of all worlds, they all interplay from the solid position of a distinctive, memorable and extendible message.

OMG.How does a small business afford it all?

Strategic creativity.

It's how small companies get large and a very handy gadget to have around. 

Here's wishing you the happiest of holidays and a joyful, healthy, prosperous 2015. 



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