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Well that just wouldn’t be a fair fight now would it? It would fall under the proverbial saying don’t bring a knife to a gun fight. This is part three of a series comparing what business owners may be familiar with marketing their business in with something they may have questions or reservations … Read More.
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In part one of my comparisons of traditional media marketing comparisons we looked at Radio vs Twitter. In Part two we’re going to compare Television and Youtube. From a business owner and marketer Television is best known to make stars and images. As a business Television is best used in your … Read More.
Image the power of knowing exactly what your customers like to do in their free time. If you knew that they generally owned horses – you would have the ability think creatively about where your messages could intercept them.
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The regional section in the Horse Fancier’s magazine?
Sponsoring a show?
Partnering with the local grange on … Read More.
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While everyone talks and talks about how you should use social media, and if you follow their 10 steps you’re sure to succeed if you pay attention the one category that is using twitter the right way is our local journalists. That alone is why you the local small business owner should … Read More.
With the advent of our new economy, we’re seeing a pretty significant move from traditional media dollars to online media. The reasons are several-fold.
Traditional advertising takes a big bite out of a limited marketing budget. Online advertising is quite cheap in comparison with traditional media.
Marketing budgets are getting smaller – not larger.
Online advertising allows you … Read More.
This seems like a good time, before we get fully into planning season, to talk about the best uses of media. I touched on this briefly in my recent post the Intersection of Planning and Improvisation. But this is really a topic that deserves a full post before annual plans are laid for 2011.
The first thing you … Read More.
For most small business owners dealing with the media is like dealing with an ever-changing alphabet soup. This is primarily because the language of media is cluttered with acronyms. And understanding each acronym is necessary to getting the most out of your media buy. AQH, GRP’s CPM, CPP and that was before web banners, unique … Read More.
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