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Top Reasons You Need Content Marketing for Your Business

Content marketing is a strategic marketing approach focused on creating and distributing valuable, relevant, and consistent content to attract and retain a clearly-defined audience — and, ultimately, to drive profitable customer action.  675 more words

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Top 5 Secret Marketing and Branding Tips to Scale Your Small Business

Branding is a concept that extends far beyond the marketing of “brand name” designer jeans and other products. A company’s brand represents their market identity—who they are, what they do, what kind of quality they provide, their reputation for trustworthiness, and more. 865 more words


Can A Small Business Succeed Without A Marketing Plan?

Some entrepreneurs have said that if you have a good product or a fantastic service, you don’t need a marketing plan as the product or service will sell for itself.   592 more words


Many Senior Care Professionals Would Love To Have A Marketing Assistant

10 “Systems” That Keep Your Marketing Efforts ConsistentDatabase Checklist

Often, Marketing Is Postponed Due To Lack Of Time

Many professionals in senior care tell me they don’t have the time do all the things they need to do to attract more clients and move-ins. 433 more words

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Why you need inbound marketing?

Inbound marketing is promoting a company through blogs, podcasts, video, eBooks, newsletters, whitepapers, SEO, physical products, social media marketing, and other forms of content marketing which serve to attract customers through the different stages of the purchase funnel.  799 more words

Inbound Marketing

Powerpoint presentation Marketing Plan

Learn how templates PowerPoint Templates Marketing and Sales are important. Using templates Market planning is an efficient and effective to build or upgrade marketing plans form. 19 more words

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The 2 Most Deadly Sins of B2B Marketing

There are two major reasons why marketing is failing at your small- or medium-sized B2B firm:

You view marketing as business triage. Your company applies a collection of tactics (often labeled as a “marketing campaign”) only in response to a problem; typically involving the loss of a key client, or decline in revenue. 516 more words