Many small businesses face the question of who’s going to print their next marketing collateral project. Do you use an online printer that can offer competitive pricing because of the volume they do, or do you work with a local printer for a more personal interaction? Here are comparative facts about the two. Choose what makes sense for your needs and budget.
Many small business owners have to decide if they should build a website themselves on platforms such as SquareSpace, Wix, or Weebly, or hire a website design company to build a standard website for them. To make this decision a little easier, here are comparative facts about the two options. Choose what makes sense for your goals and budget.
A handy quick reference guide for current postal rates. Extremely helpful when budgeting for any large mail job. See current prices for various sizes to know how the size of your piece will impact your mailing costs.
Working with a web designer doesn’t have to be scary or confusing! Having a clear understanding of the process is all it takes to have confidence in where your website is in development, and gives you what you need to keep it on track.
Navigating the universe known as the World Wide Web can be a challenge for anyone, especially a small business attempting to market their brand and grow their business.
No two computers hold or process information the same way. When transferring a file to a commercial printer, it’s easy for stuff to become lost in translation. This makes proofing your work essential in getting quality results in printed media.
As a follow up to our most popular eBook “25 Ways to Get Out of a Sales Slump” we have compiled another list with even more great ideas. If a particular author’s idea stands out and you would like to connect with him or her give us a call. We want to be a “maven” and make the connection for you.
Trade shows are like a gold mine for leads. Unless you create a mining strategy, you cannot capture these elusive nuggets. If you strike the right vein, your sales team jump for joy. Have a Solid Pre and Post Event Plan, then brainstorm the middle piece, the event!
The dynamics of our business environment has morphed from more static and desktop-based to a mobile environment full of versatility, functionality and movement. People are looking for a dynamic mobile experience that is simple, savvy, and visually pleasing!
What ingenious and inexpensive, or even better,free technology is available to communicate face-to-face with clients without ever leaving your office chair, or wearing pants if you work from home? We have done the research for you.
We recently participated in a Sales Playbook LinkedIn group discussion regarding sales slumps. Specifically, how do you get out of a dismal sales spin? Well, the number and quality of responses were nothing short of amazing. We have distilled the best responses and given attribution to the authors.
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