Direct mail and email are forms of marketing your business. Direct mail is the more traditional approach and allows you to physically get your business, product, or service in front of potential customers. Email is a form of digital marketing that provides a fast, interactive way of reading your target market and loyal customers. The question is, which option is best to implement into your marketing strategy?
You work fulltime, have a family, and still try to make time for a social life… but a part of you wants to start a business. When you already have a lot going on an online business can be very attractive. However, having a good idea and getting started may come easy for you… it’s growing your business that often stumps you.
If you’ve been wanting to scale your business, you’ll need to have the right plan in place to achieve this. Growth in business is not always automatic. In this post, we will take a look at a few expansion options you have available to you.
It’s 2019, are you thinking about owning your own business? Are you looking to take control of your earning potential or your schedule? Are you tired of working for other people? If this sounds like you and you’re considering launching a new venture, we’ve compiled 3 key tips for aspiring female bosses.
When you’re trying to design a marketing campaign, you’ve got to know your customers inside out. What draws them in? What puts them off making a purchase? Which products are they most likely to buy? Doing in-depth research into your target market and learning how they think is the best way to get them to spend their money.
When you’re in the beginning phase of your business, it can be tempting to jump right into the fun stuff, the creative and exciting parts. But it is important that you invest the time to put a solid foundation in place first. What exactly does that mean? It means you need to plan, do research, and prepare! Sounds exhausting already, right? But if you do it right, you’ll be on the right tract, from the start.