Email marketing is by far the most under-rated form of advertising and marketing your business. Why? Because it’s not only one of the fastest growing platforms, but it also remains the cheapest. To top that off, over 60% of consumers say it’s their preferred method to be contacted by companies! “Email usage is actually stillContinue reading “4 Tips To Start Email Marketing Your Small Business TODAY”
When Alberta premier Jason Kenney announced that the over 100 year old event known as the Calgary Stampede was going through despite the previous year’s pandemic and panic, local businesses, especially vendors and contributors of previous years had a reason to get their hopes up. However despite the reduction in this year’s vendors due toContinue reading “Calgary Stampede and the BMO Centre’s Butchery of Local Businesses 2021”
This pandemic has proven its ability, or rather the governments, to shut down home and family based businesses quicker than a King’s Court Stalin in the state of Kentucky! Now, why open with this? Because one of the reasons larger corporations aren’t being hit as hard (or in other’s words; are allowed to stay open)Continue reading “3 Simple Steps To Becoming A Better YOU”
Ever looked in someone’s captions only to find a bunch of links labelled ‘bit.ly‘ ? What is this? And why do people do it? Originally made for convenience, as well as to shorten any long and or jargon filled domain names, link shorteners are becoming an evermore popular trend in the social media scene, whereContinue reading “How ‘bit links’ are Killing Your Conversions & Click-Rate”
Lead generation and Nurturing are usually defined as collecting someones contact info and building a relationship with them. What if I told you, you were already starting to form relationships with the people who interact with your content? Even the people who see your content? You’d probably think that’s a hunk of crap, right? ButContinue reading “Content Marketing, And How it can Help Your Business”
Brownie Wise pioneered today’s all-too-famous party-plan marketing system. Insisting that the key to sales was in the strategic education of the product rather than the strategic placement.