7 Small Business Marketing Ideas on a BudgetFeb 12th
With the current changes in world economy, and especially in the U.S., it’s no wonder small businesses are tightening their budgets. Consumers have less to spend. This means that not only does a business need to market more than ever to garner interest in their goods, but they also need to create a sense of loyalty from their existing customers. Not easy to do on a thread-thin budget, right? Wrong. Here is a list of ideas to help small businesses to maintain adequate marketing without emptying the bank.
10 Crazy Ways to Get People into Your RestaurantFeb 4th
Of all the parts of running a business, marketing seems to be the most time consuming. Keeping and creating customers is vital to any business’s success. This is true of restaurants, especially in their first year of being open for business. Sometimes doing things that are different or unexpected are the best way to jump start or revive a restaurant’s reputation. We’ve gathered up ten wacky ways to get more customers into your restaurant and eating without busting your budget’s waistline.
How to Create the Biggest Grand Opening EverJan 27th
Introducing your business to its community in a big way will lay the foundation for its overall success. When you put your best foot forward, your neighbors and future clients will notice. We’ve gathered a list of ways to make sure your Grand Opening is everything your business needs to thrive.
5 Lessons from Friends on Leveraging Your Outdoor AdvertisingJan 20th
Outdoor advertising is a breed all its own. With the space and exposure it gets, often times it is under appreciated. But banners, signs, inflatable characters and attention-getters, even dressed and dancing side walkers can make your business shine. Who better to teach you lessons about making your outdoor advertising work than the cast of Friends?
7 Reasons Why Your Small Business Can’t Shy Away from Social MediaJan 6th
So you’ve been debating about whether or not your business can afford the time to participate in social media. The answer is a resounding yes! The marketing opportunities alone are worth the effort you put into it. We could do a laundry list of the reasons why you should sit down and start building your online platform, but we’d rather you just go do it. So here are seven quick reasons to convince you.
10 Low Cost Ways to Promote Your FestivalDec 16th
The old adage that you need to spend money to make money has its purposes. But one place people often under budget and over spend is advertising. Getting the word out about your festival doesn’t have to be costly. We’ve gathered up our ten favorite ways to save money and still have a great festival outcome!