Episode #171: Proactive’s Skin Care Marketing, Branding Your Business, Saving Money on Technology, and a BIG Marketing Lesson from Coca ColaJune 14, 2014
Episode #171 – Proactive Marketing, Branding Your Business, Saving Money on Technology, and a BIG Marketing Lesson from Coca Cola.
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Try PromoDashboard (Online, step by step training for promoting your business)
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LeapZone Strategies (Isabelle Mercier’s branding tips)
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Proactive are being Proactive with their marketing, but is it deceptive? They sent Luci a promotional letter under the guise of a letter that looked like it was from a friend. Clever or deceptive? You decide.
How important is the LOOK of your marketing? Is the visual aesthetic critical or incidental? This subject is hotly debated. Personally, I believe branding and the look of your small business marketing materials is important, but it’s not everything.
How can you save money on technology? Be wary of not being duped about the quality of “digital” cables like HDMI. I’ll explain why in this episode. I’ll also share one of my favorite resources for cables etc – www.Monoprice.com
Coca Cola is educating us about obesity. Yes, you read that right. Obesity. Why are they doing this, and why should we take notice? There’s an important marketing lesson here, take note.
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