Small Business Marketing Tips

Why Your SMB Needs Social Media

To Tweet or Not to Tweet? Is that still the Question? If you are still not utilizing Social Media to grow your SMB, consider social media your avenue to the many prospects […]

Google Plus - Hot or Not for Small Business?

Google Plus – Hot or Not for Small Business?

If you are a small business owner, it is more important for you to consider the BENEFITS of using Google Plus rather than concern yourself with its popularity.

3 Reasons NOT to DIY Market Your Small Business

3 Reasons NOT to DIY Market Your Small Business

Did you lose money doing it yourself? You tried to DIY market again, didn’t you? My husband and I are both entrepreneurs, and when we need help on anything outside our frame […]

Shopping Small is Shopping Wise for Busy Entrepreneurs

Shopping Small is Shopping Wisely

Are you guilty of lost time picking through discount racks to NOT find what you need? It is a far more enjoyable shopping experience to “Shop Small.” Since Entrepreneurs are always […]

A Social Media Learning Curve

Hubby: But, I AM SHARING. Me: No, you want to post an update. It’s different. Hubby: Facebook is B—S—! There’s nothing intuitive about it! Me: I never said there was…

SMBs: Penny Wise could be Pound Foolish in Marketing

SMBs: Penny Wise could be Pound Foolish in Marketing

A discussion question was posed on a LinkedIn Group: “Do you have any tips or ideas for marketers working on a tight budget? Please add your suggestions.” There were many great suggestions on how to market with the fewest dollars possible for the best results, As usual there were many suggestions, but no one was addressing the real issue – and that is that marketing should be recognized as a critical investment in …

Why SMBs Should Consider a Marketing Consultant

Why SMBs Should Consider a Marketing Consultant

Apparently a lot of people don’t understand consulting services. When many prospects shop for a marketing consultant, they often expect some sort of price and package menu. A prix fixe is a double-edged sword for consultants and prospects.