Almost everyone is familiar with the regular press release, but the latest marketing tool available for small businesses is the Internet press release.
You have a website and you’re getting hits – but are you converting those prospects into customers? If not, here are a few reasons that it might not be happening.
As times change, marketing methods constantly evolve. Any business, large or small, needs to advertise and market their products and services on the Internet.
Think of Microsoft or Yahoo, and you will get a fair idea of how ideas that have originated out of small garages have evolved into online branded business powerhouses. The creators of these large business brands started out small - and eventually managed to touch everyone that matters to their business.
E-commerce businesses are among the most popular business on the internet today. Here’s how to start yours and be successful at it.
Technological advancements have changed the way people do business and obtain new business. Traditionally, pull marketing involved strategies like placing advertisements in television, radio and newspaper. But as the times have evolved, so has the new wave of pull marketing strategies.
The success of your website depends on how many people visit it (how many hits you get) every day. You may have spent money on its design and development, but if you get only a few hits per day, your money has just gone to waste.
You may have heard a friend or a colleague go on and on about the cool profit he made selling his grandma’s old umbrella on eBay. But somehow you have never gotten around to selling anything on the site. Here’s how to get started with your own eBay business.
In this competitive world, any form of advertising can help your small business succeed. But costs count, and the Internet is one of the cheapest. In addition to getting your name into circulation, there are other advantages.
A rose by any other name might still smell the same - but in the virtual world, a brand by any other name might not sell the same. The present generation is more brand conscious than ever before, and you will have to join the “brand wagon” or be left behind.