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Marketing and Sales

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Small Company, Big Brand
1/19/2007
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For entrepreneurial ventures to compete with larger competitors, creative publicity and inventive viral marketing campaigns are among some tactics that can be used. Building a brand requires a compelling story and solid leadership.

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Sell It!
11/8/2007
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Whether it's niche-marketing, international sales, online transactions, or making cold calls, the sales process is the lifeblood of business. Here is a compilation of sixteen brief but informative articles to boost your sales results.

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Secondary Market Research Resources
Marchand Nikki
4/1/2007
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Understanding your industry, competitors, and customers is necessary for any entrepreneur. Primary research helps gather specific data, but secondary market research is also helpful. This article outlines fundamental, secondary research resources, which are either accessible online or at your local library.

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Sales Strategies
1/25/2007
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Sales strategies can change from year to year depending upon your competitive environment, goals, and resources. This article compares internal and external sales teams.

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Questions to Answer When Analyzing Competition
Warner Bill
4/1/2007
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Your basic business strategy and product plan needs to be rooted in an understanding of what it takes beat the competition. To do so, this author says you must have a realistic understanding of what you are up against, and he lays out a method to do smart market research.

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Publicity
FastTrac
1/25/2007
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Publicity is known as "free advertising" but can be expensive in terms of the time and resources you invest. This article will discuss how to make publicity work for you.

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Promotions
FastTrac
1/25/2007
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Promoting your products and services is a great way to stay in front of the potential or existing customers and to create interest to buy again.

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Promoting Your Business
5/17/2007
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Every marketing plan starts the same way: by defining the target customer. Only then can an entrepreneur figure out the best way to reach them. Naturally, different types of target customers, or audiences, require different media and campaigns -- referred to as a promotional mix -- to reach them most effectively and efficiently. This tool takes a look at some different types of promotional media, and discusses the pros and cons of effectively reaching a target audience through each.

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Promoting Your Business
6/4/2007
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This tool takes a look at different types of promotional media and discuss the pros and cons of effectively reaching a target audience through each.

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Product/Service Features and Benefits
FastTrac
1/18/2007
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When developing and marketing products and services, it is critical to clearly understand and communicate the offering's features and benefits.

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