#139 – McDonalds Marketing, How to Get More Traffic to Your Website, and a BIG Marketing Lesson from Whole FoodsMarch 23, 2011
Episode #139 – ” McDonalds Marketing, How to Get More Traffic to Your Website, and a BIG Marketing Lesson from Whole Foods” – Small Business Marketing Tips
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Have you been to McDonalds recently? I have, and I was surprised at the first words they asked me. Let me know your thoughts about that.
Would you like to get more traffic to your website? More visitors? More buyers? Sure you would, which is why you need Marlon Sanders new Traffic Dashboard. It’s incredible.
Whole Foods is a popular chain of supermarkets that focus on healthy eating, and I’ll share a lesson from their business that you can adapt in yours.
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