Ok, so I don’t know if he really taught me this one though Jay has taught me a ton of other great marketing ideas. But… This one was brought up when I actually met Jay at a seminar a while back.
7 tips from Wayne Burgan on developing a great business. I found Wayne’s 7 tips below very helpful for my business.
Don’t expect magic results from advertising on the web – its high measurability also quickly exposes what works and what doesn’t. But target the right strategies and you will turn clicks into dollars.
There are so many different ways to market or advertise your business these days that some may say “where do I start?”
Brad Sugars published a very good article on “5 Ways to Kill a Great Marketing Plan” – below I have added my own thoughts to his Top 5 list based on my own experience with running a business.
Seth’s comment on how “selfish short-sighted marketers ruined it for all of us” is a fair statement and personally I think it will get worse as the current forms of communication channels …
Recently, I was listening to the 80’s channel on Sirius Radio and heard a very pretty song that I did not recognize. I was actually shocked that I did not recognize the song or the name of the group since I consider myself very savvy about music from the 80’s.
Hillel Cooperman took to the TED stage to talk LEGOs. Not a lot of life lessons or philosophical insights, but an entertaining six minutes all about everyone’s favorite plastic bricks.
Seth Godin is the author of six bestsellers, including Permission Marketing, an Amazon Top 100 bestseller for a year and a Fortune Best Business Book.
The most important marketing tactic ever devised is also the simplest. And it wasn’t invented by marketing people, but by business owners and sales people looking to grow their business the best, fastest, least expensive way possible.
10 tips for improving your marketing efforts. Great tips that every business owner should look at.
It is widely believed the term spam is derived from the 1970 SPAM sketch of the BBC television comedy series “Monty Python’s Flying Circus”.
Each day I receive a bunch of emails from business trying to sell me something.
Marketing graduates and young professionals are cheaper than the battle-scared 30’s+ professionals who know the game and have vast networks.
The Community Manager role is unlike any other position in the technology and online world. Rather than managing hardware or software, products, services or content …
A very good slide-pack providing good tips to help with your marketing campaign.