Tag Archives: Contact

7 Ways to Evaluate Your Marketing Plan

Business owners often find it difficult to know whether their marketing tactics are working. This can be especially tricky when you use a combination of marketing activities simultaneously, or if using personal-contact tactics such as networking.

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Write Articles That Get Results

It’s no secret that writing and publishing helpful articles is one of the best ways to promote your business. Writing articles can:

    Establish you as an expert in your field.
    Get your name and your company name in front of potential clients who you may never have been able to contact otherwise.
    Create valuable content for you to share with potential clients or convert into speeches and other marketing strategies.

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Marketing Tips 101 – Where Can I Get Clients From?

The following tips have come from a wide variety of sources; some from other successful businesses we know, some from our Home-Based and Small Business Support Group meetings and some we’ve developed by trial and error.

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Ten Unobvious Ideas To Pull Visitors to Your Real Estate Agent Web Site

The number one key to getting business in the real estatehome sales market is to be people’s first contact.

Build A Successful Business By Staying Connected

Over the course of your business life you’ll come in contact with a number of other business people. They could be lawyers, business services, suppliers, customers, etc. These people are important to your business in more ways than one. If you hired them or they bought your product or service, you can also gain their business knowledge, experience, ideas, and advice. How do you do this? Stay Connected! Network! Networking is when two or more different businesses stay in contact on a regular basis to build and improve each others business.

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Eight No Cost Ways to Market Your Business

Are you trying to promote your business with a tiny marketing budget? Opportunities are plentiful for low or no cost marketing. Here are a few that won’t cost you a cent.

    Publish articles about your specialty. “How-to” articles are always welcome. Ensure you include your contact information.

    Write letters to the editor of publications your target market reads.

    Get involved in an organization or community project.

    Build strategic alliances with non-competing businesses and cross-promote each other.

    Publish a special report. A “super how to” list for your specialty area. Distribute freely. Ensure that your contact information is included.

    Speak to groups and organizations. Make sure the audience is your target market.

    Carefully target relationships with media sources.
    Write newsworthy press releases and distribute to your special contacts.

The more proactive you can be, the better off your business will be.

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Grow your network by organizing your business cards

Do you give out and collect business cards at networking events or when you are introduced to a new friend? What do you usually do with these cards?

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