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The author illustrates how a vigorous public relations campaign-more than any marketing effort-helped establish her company's growth track, especially through publicity of the entrepreneur herself and her firm's board of directors.
Shannon Henry, former writer of The Washington Post's "The Download" column, gives advice as a journalist to entrepreneurs about working with the media to generate publicity. This includes researching the publications you're interested in and making sure to give reporters a "news hook" about your firm.
Participating in trade shows is a significant way to earn press coverage and publicity for your company. This author provides a nine-step plan to execute a solid trade show presence, such as meet with media at the show and allow attendees to demo your product or service.
Pay-per-click advertising can be a great tool for qualifying prospects, driving them to your Web site, and ultimately increasing sales. Read how this entrepreneur has refined his use of sponsored links and pay-per-click advertising to zero in on his target niche, doubling order sizes and boosting overall sales three-fold.
Google Analytics is a free service that shows you how visitors found your Web site and how they interact with it. This information is useful especially for online marketers who want to focus their limited marketing resources and get the most value from their online advertising.
eBay has become one of the leading marketing resources and distribution channels for individuals and businesses. Noting the fast and diversified growth of the eBay marketplace, this article describes eBay's utility for entrepreneurs interested in getting started as an eBay seller.
Online publishing is a key tool for building credibility and growing relationships for your business. To attract customer attention to your products, direct your communications to the right customers with the right message.
In today's e-marketplace, allocating a larger portion of the budget to online marketing pays off for Petals, a silk floral company. The author writes about his company's commitment to using the Internet to positively impact sales.
This article provides ideas on how you can respond to online customer feedback (especially when it's anonymous) to protect your company's reputation and to bolster your online marketing strategy.
The rise of today's participant economy should be viewed by marketers as an opportunity. Technorati's David Sifry says the overall goal is to build a concrete two-way relationship with your customers in this new e-communications era.
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