Guest Post by Laurie Zinn, Line-By-Line
As a business owner, you have countless opportunities to stay connected with your customers. Through your website, blogs, social media and email marketing, you can communicate your messages through several different outlets at any time of day.
But just because you’re out there doesn’t mean you’re getting read. Continue reading
Recently I had the privilege to speak to a number of small business owners about social media. If you are interested the slides can be found by clicking here. It is a fun class but there is so much to cover. It is really tough to get everything in during the session so I thought I would direct everyone to some of my favorite resources and posts for making social media work for their business. Continue reading
by Michael Bowers
You launched your business. You have built out the product, you are getting favorable reaction from your early market entry, you even got some early financing. Things are going great. This entrepreneurship thing is a piece of cake, right?
WARNING ~ Celebrate early success but don’t take your foot off the gas.
There is a life cycle to business growth and even if things are working at the beginning there are a lot of different issues you will have to deal with in the future that can derail your business. I have been working with businesses for over 20 year and I know those entrepreneurs that are committed, passionate and driving forward succeed long term. Continue reading
by Michael Bowers
As the competition for attention has increased the effectiveness of traditional advertising has decreased. Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, and the list goes on and on. Businesses are looking to cash in on all of the eyeballs fixed on social media sites to reach prospective customers. Continue reading
Guest Post by Justin Bryant, Think Brand Studio
As small business owner, I’ve made my fair share of business mistakes. I’d like to share some brand tips below because I don’t want to see you make these six mistakes.
You’re busy, so let’s begin. Continue reading