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Hashtags can boost impressions, improve the searchability of your content, and encourage more people to talk about your brand. But using hashtags effectively, especially for business marketing, means doing more than just plugging them into your tweets on Twitter or posts on Instagram, Facebook or another social network. Here’s what you need to know to use hashtag marketing better as part of your overall small business marketing strategy.
Whether you deal in residential or commercial real estate, your signs are ambassadors for your business – speaking for your brand when you’re not there to do it in person. Here’s a look at the best practices for creating unique and custom real estate signs that raise awareness about your brand and start a conversation with your potential clients.
Not all social media marketing is created equal. Some strategies and tactics are better than others. And, some strategies might be great – but are entirely the wrong fit for your business. Consider these 7 proven ways that will help you rise above the social media noise and better engage your audience on social networks.
Whether every detail of a logo is intentional or not, every detail will influence people who see that logo. Nothing should be arbitrary. Thoughtless design choices lead to misleading or confusing logos. Or, even worse, logos that don’t say anything at all. Here’s a deep look at the psychology of logo design and how fonts, shapes, lines, colors, and composition can affect how a logo can influence purchasing decisions.
Influencer marketing, if done right, can help your startup or small business grow your audience, improve sales, and expand brand awareness through social media. Influencer marketing targets a smaller, more precise market for each business, thereby reducing the overconsumption and chaos of an otherwise confusing, overwhelming digital marketplace. But for influencer marketing to succeed, there has to be a good fit between your brand and the influencer(s) that represent you.
A strong business name identifies your business, tells your customers and prospects something meaningful about your brand, and helps to differentiate your business from your competition. But what should you do if you decide that the name you’ve been using for your business isn’t effective at accomplishing those goals? Here are 4 reasons to consider renaming your business… and 7 tips to help you pull it off successfully.
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A well-designed website will inspire confidence and trust – two factors that turn leads into clients. A mediocre or poor website will undermine your credibility and your business. Instead of creating trust and confidence, it will create doubt and unease. Here are 7 proven techniques to make your website more credible and effective.
Focusing solely on selling a product or service to a customer doesn’t cut it anymore. To succeed, your business must start thinking of customers as long-term investments instead of one-off sales. That’s what the most successful companies are doing. This is the secret to growing your business faster.
In the 1990s, grocery stores carried around 7,000 different products. Today, they carry up to 50,000. This dramatic increase in the number of products on store shelves makes it tough for brands to stand out. Consumers can pick from 15 different types of peanut butter, 50 different cereal brands, dozens of soft drink brands, etc. If you want to make your products stand out among the 50,000 others lining the shelves, check out our 6 proven tips for great food packaging.