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Get Your Message Heard: Blogging

Get Your Message Heard - Blogging

Blogging is something technology has enabled literally anyone on earth to do, but only a small percentage of the internet is doing it well.

A properly maintained blog can be a powerful marketing tool for any small business. A poorly executed blog can be a massive time-drain, and actually hurt your company’s image. Fortunately, the number of poorly done blogs gives you an incredible opportunity to reach your audience if you do it well!

Let’s take a look at 4 things every small business should keep in mind when blogging.

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Get Your Message Heard: Social Media

Get Your Message Heard - Social Media

What is considered success on social media these days? An army of followers? Tons of Re-tweets? Lots of Likes? Nope, nope, and nope.

Even in this new age of digital marketing, you’re still chasing a good old fashion ROI in your marketing efforts. Too many small businesses mistake activity with accomplishment—especially on social media.

Let’s take a look at how to achieve and measure your message’s reach on social media.

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Get Your Message Heard: Use Their Language

Get Your Message Heard - Use Their Language

Are you having trouble connecting with your customers? Does it seem impossible to get your message heard? Before you write off whatever platform or medium you’re using, take a close look at the language you use.

Too many small businesses use the wrong words when talking to their prospects and current clients. This often leads to customers not really understanding the value you can bring them.

Let’s take a look at how to bring new specificity and simplicity to getting your message heard.

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Get Your Message Heard: Find Your Customers

Message Heard - Find Your Customers

Businesses have never had more touch-points to find new customers. But that can be a bad thing – because customers are harder to find than ever, and it can be difficult to get your message heard.

When you aren’t sure where to find your would-be customers, you aren’t sure where you should spend your marketing time and budget. So let’s take a closer look at where to find your customers in all that clutter.

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