One of the most common mistakes that many new business owners tend to make is that they simply don’t realize how important the details are when it comes to creating a truly successful business. Sure, the broad strokes are incredibly important, but if you’re not also getting into the small details of your business, then […]
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Are you looking to increase awareness about a new or existing product or service? Well, billboard advertising is the best way to do it right. Just like other marketing methods, there are some costs associated with billboard advertising. Here’s what you need to know about the pros and cons of billboard advertising before venturing into […]
Running a hotel is, for a lot of people, a dream. It is a way of interacting with all sorts of different people on a daily basis. At the end of the day, however, a hotel business it is still a business, and you have make a profit from it.
Advertising is usually the first way people learn about new services and companies. However, the advertising climate has greatly changed in recent years. It wasn’t long ago when websites relied on banner ads to bring them new traffic. Today, more computer users are utilizing ad-blocking software to bypass these ads. In fact, nearly 70 million […]
As a small business owner, there are several things that you need to take care of, such as managing the employees, operations and advertising your company etc. While advertising and marketing can be handled by you, it is always a better choice to leave this job in the hands of professionals. It is a common […]
Small businesses are the lifeblood of the economy, but it is not easy to run one and succeed. Indeed, it is much easier to start strong and find yourself struggling down the road – and not too far down.
When is it a good idea to take on Pepsi and Coke? Apparently you can when it involves the Super Bowl. I’ve just been reading about how a small company, SodaStream, tried to do just that and won in the eye of public opinion. And it teaches us how important public relations and the Internet […]
The truth of the matter is that every one of these small business owners is a sales person for their own business and lots of them don’t realise that they are the product!
If you want to know who’s a newbie on a film set, just watch what happens at lunch. Major films have huge buffets laid out for cast and crew, and the newcomers can’t resist.
These low-lifes offer some BS service they called ‘SEARCH SUBMISSIONS’ and send the registered person of the domain an email which is designed to look like a bill, thats my opinion of course but take a look below.
Watch the video below. I did and now I feel positive about a store I have never been to and now want to.
Advertising budgets for small businesses is limited. We don’t have the large corporate budgets where they can just throw money left and right and pick a few different approaches.
Advertising adds value to a product by changing our perception, rather than the product itself. Rory Sutherland makes the daring assertion that a change in perceived value can be just as satisfying as what we consider real value.