Category Archives: Marketing
You could win a 2013 Small Business Marketing Calendar, just by reading and commenting on this post! Read on…
By Elizabeth Kraus
Last week an image of Batman came across my news feed with the caption:
“Be yourself. Unless you get a chance to be Batman. If you get a chance to be Batman, you’d probably better do it.”
That got my attention – despite the fact that I am now in my mid 40s and should probably have outgrown my appreciation of Batman, he is still my favorite superhero. read more >
If you own your own business — no matter how big or small it is — you’re always on the lookout for great tips that will help you build your business, but won’t sap all your time. Here are three helpful articles and an infographic that I hope will inspire you:
- The simple power of one a day
- 30 ways you can save one minute every day
- Is your startup doomed to failure?
- Infographic: Inbound Marketing Rising
“Would you like a cup of tea… or coffee… or a mimosa?”
Angela Welsh routinely offers her customers a refreshing drink while she cuts, colors, and styles their hair in her Bellevue, Washington salon.
And she serves the drink with a side of tuna.
Yes, you read that correctly.
When Angela’s clients ask what her husband does for a living, she explains that Michael is the skipper of the Thor, a tuna boat that plies the Pacific off the Washington and Oregon coasts. read more >
This is a guest post by LIz de Ocampo. If you would like to submit a guest article, please check out our guest post guidelines.
Crowdsourcing sites — websites that involve outsourcing tasks to different groups of people or individuals — are getting popular because crowdsourcing provides mutual benefits to clients and contributors.
Whether you like to explore online earning opportunities or want to try the services from these types of websites, here are some crowdsourcing gems that you may consider: read more >
This is a guest post by Carrie Schmeck. If you would like to submit a guest article, please check out our guest post guidelines. “Hey Lady, can you spare a dollar? I need to feed my kids.” In my town, panhandlers have… read more >
Lately I’ve been having fun on Pinterest, searching for creative ways people are using QR (Quick Response) codes, those 2-dimensional bar codes you scan with your smartphone to view videos, grab contact information, or get deals. During my QR Code… read more >
Picture this scenario: My workday opened with a two-hour meeting at the offices of one of my clients. On the way home, I swung by Costco to pick up some essentials (we have teenage sons, so milk, bread, and bananas… read more >