Small businesses now have a faster and easier way to create professionally designed and branded emails and campaigns that look great on any device – from the biggest desktop to the slimmest smartphone.
No doubt you’ve heard the latest buzz term, “growth hacking.” Everywhere you look there’s another book, headline, or webinar offering insider tips on it. But what exactly is it and how does it impact your small business?
Be everywhere online. Canvas the neighborhood. Leave no stone unturned. Believe it or not, these old-school approaches to marketing are still being bandied about, though they sometimes deliver relatively low ROI.
Whether you’re promoting a flash sale or in-store event, email newsletters can help spread the word. Check out this adapted newsletter from fitness brand Bandier to help spark ideas on how you can engage with your online community.
Just getting started on the path to self-employment? Or maybe you’re among the growing population of entrepreneurs that recently purchased an existing small business. Or perhaps your business is a hybrid of the two. Regardless of industry or specialty, there are marketing best practices that can be applied to any small business.