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Developing niche markets can be a successful marketing technique as it can save resources, time, and money.
The foundation of your company's brand is its logo. John Williams, creator of the original "do-it-yourself" logo Web site, explains how to create online a quality logo that can help build your brand quickly and inexpensively.
Are you the voice of your business? A blog can be your chance to interact on a regular and direct basis with your customers. Plus, it can drive more business in your direction.
Businesses should strive to project their image in all components of their marketing strategy, including advertisements, printed media, customer services, location, and more.
This tool and sample provides a systematic way to expand a marketing strategy into specific tactics and activities for implementation.
Every business has an image, whether it is created intentionally or not. This article discusses ways to establish a brand to promote your business image.
This entrepreneur attributes his success to a philosophy built on persistence, creativity, and a penchant for asking, "Why not?" His path as an entrepreneur is rooted in creative, out-of-the-box market research capabilities.
Completely understanding your market allows you to confidently approach any customer, potential partner, or investor. This entrepreneur and angel investor outlines a five-step process for knowing breadth and depth of the market landscape.
This entrepreneur and former banking executive shows how she used market research to discover the opportunity for an unexpected new venture. She researched ways around obstacles, identified solutions, and stayed creative--until one day, she found herself at the helm of a very successful business.
By understanding customers' needs, a product can be developed to meet these needs. This author outlines three quick and inexpensive methods to help: Be Your Own Customer, Critically Observe the Customer, and Listen to the Voice of the Customer.
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