So, you have a twitter account, or perhaps you have a facebook page for your business. A lot of people tell you to post on your social media 2-5 times a week and your audience will grow. Depending on your product or service, that could be true. Let’s face the truth though, you still need…
Using Location Based Social Media Marketing for Your Business
One of the most powerful effects of social media is the ability of a few leaders to bring about a swarm of activity by talking about how much fun they are having and drawing friends into the activity. Facebook was started on college campuses and eventually grew into a worldwide social network. Why did facebook…
DIY Marketing: Make One Warm Call
Make one EASY warm call. Select someone you know will remember you, and call them up and ask them about their business. You may not end up doing business together, but worst case, you start to lose that fear of making calls and eventually you WiLL get some business.
DIY Marketing: Refine Your Elevator Pitch
When giving your elevator pitch, if you typically say, “A good client for me is someone in a small business,” perhaps a more effective statement would be to instead name a specific industry. That way, the people listening to you can immediately think of someone they know in that industry, making it easy for them to think of a referral for you.
Where’s Waldo? Use Video to Establish Yourself as an Expert
y having a blog and harnessing the power of video, you can demonstrate, share, and explain what you do and how you can put it to work for others.