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Your customers are just like you. We’re all human, so follow the golden rule, and treat your customers the way you would like to be treated as a customer.

How will you help beat the heat and provide some marketing relief? It’s time to get creative as summertime rolls around and brand your business in the community.

Spring may be coming to an end but it’s never too late for a little spring cleaning—especially when it comes to your marketing plan.

Email marketing gives you the opportunity to reach your target audience virtually and with little cost. When done correctly, email marketing can be a lucrative tactic for your small business.

For some sales, a single postcard or letter mailer will do the trick. But for more complex products, the sales cycle can be longer. In this case, marketers will often send different types of content at different times based on what their prospects require in order to move forward. Gently nudging them along with the right content at the right time is a process called lead nurturing.

Mistakes happen. The most important part is what you do to learn from them. Take it from marketers who have been there… all of us! These common mistakes have happened to us all, but you can take steps to ensure they don’t happen to you.

Whether you’re looking to offer a sale during Memorial Day weekend or your business is closed for the holiday and you’re still looking to get in on the action, there are plenty of ways for your company to get involved.

How will your business get creative and brand outside the box (or even ON a box!)? Use this guide as a jumping-off point to lead a creative discussion with your team. You never know what’s waiting to be a big branding win for your business.

Use this spring as a reminder that the season of renewal is upon us and you can ensure your marketing efforts are up to par.

In honor of Earth Day on April 22nd, take this opportunity to reevaluate your marketing campaigns and practices to ensure you’re doing the best you can to go green with your campaigns.

At the core of marketing is the idea that you need to get your message or product in front of as many people as possible who are considered qualified potential buyers. With each generation comes a new idea or a new way of doing business.

We may not be able to do team building in-person, but there are still various ways to ensure your bonds come out stronger than ever.

If a marketing campaign goes out to the world and you didn’t track it, does it make an impact? Maybe, but you’d never know it.

There are plenty of ways to get your message into the world. Specifically, we’re talking about printing up your dream marketing materials. Check out these printed product ideas and the benefits of choosing each for your next marketing campaign.

There’s much more than luck that goes into a successful marketing campaign. Marketers everywhere are using tactics that have been developed and tested over time. Check out these seven tried and true marketing strategies that will help your business grow—no ifs, ands, or luck about it.

While these are hard times for everybody, remember that we’re all human. It’s a great time to get creative with your marketing efforts and encourage your customers to support small and local businesses.

To be a leader, be yourself and have the confidence to take charge without overstepping or micromanaging. With these tips, you’re on the right path to becoming a better and more valued leader.

Marketing for businesses is often a game of old world vs. new world. But instead of pitting the two against each other, it’s time to reframe your thinking.

Are you getting ready to send your next direct marketing campaign? Whether you are preparing to send a postcard or an email, three simple formatting techniques can make your content easier to read, comprehend, and remember. Even if you’re not a writing whiz, these techniques are easy to implement, too. Every marketer can do it.

What works for one generation may not work for another, and that’s okay. Let’s look at how you can make sure your products are appealing to various generations and demographics.

It’s time to gift some swag to those you love most. Not only does it show your customers and employees that you care, but it also keeps your brand top of mind.

While in-person networking events are less common right now, that doesn’t mean your days of networking are done. In fact, there are countless ways to make connections virtually that are just as strong (if not stronger) than those you might have made at an in-person event.

Now is the time to foster creativity, to embrace the digital landscape and to make shifts where you’re able. These hard times won’t last forever, but it’s important to be agile while they last.

Millennials are one of the most coveted demographics in marketing. These consumers number 92 million (nearly one-quarter of the U.S. population) and spend about $600 billion every year. Because Millennials tend to value experiences over material things, they also tend to have more disposable income than other generations. When treated right, Millennials also tend to be loyal to the brands they like. They are a valuable market!

While there might not be “official” rules to magically make your marketing materials a success, these are some tried and true tactics to help you get the results you’re seeking.