Influencer Marketing for Small Business In our final article of Dominating Digital, we’re talking small business influencer marketing. You have heard radio DJs reading scripts to promote businesses, and probably cringed at how insincere it sounded. You might have seen a football player on TV promoting insurance and wondered how the two relate. Influencer marketing
If your small business has a solid marketing strategy that is bringing in new customers and driving profitable growth, you should be proud. But, not one to be content with “good enough,” you may be wondering what else you could do with your marketing budget. If you have a specific goal to achieve such as promoting a new product or increasing brand awareness, you might want to run a targeted campaign.
Dominating Your Small Business PR How do people view your brand? Public Relations is all about building a positive perception. Unlike marketing campaigns that result in a more immediate sales boost, PR successes can be harder to track but are no less important. Your brand’s reputation may be difficult to put a value on, but
At any given time 84% of Americans are shopping for something, and they are starting their research online. When someone visits your website, what will they find? Your website is your first impression, home for your content, and often a point of sale. All of your digital marketing efforts will drive your customer here. That’s why it’s important to create a well-organized site that lets customers quickly find the information they need.
Understanding your consumers is one of the most important aspects of owning a business and being a marketer. You sort of have to be a mind reader. You’re constantly thinking about a customer’s thought process and ways those thoughts can help direct your advertising and make sales. There is a science to sales and we’re here to let you in the loop.
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57% of consumers have already made their purchasing decisions prior to speaking with a sales or customer service representative. Since these complex decisions are occurring prior to connections made with the company, it is important as marketers to understand where they are obtaining information on the product, and what is “sealing the deal” prior to