How do you create emotional mar­keting?

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Is there a big event happening locally, regionally, statewide, nationally or even internationally that you could associate your business with? I am always consid­ering how newsworthy events can be incorporated into my marketing.

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The way we manage our time is one factor that can make a significant difference in our suc­cess.

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I awoke this morning with devout thanksgiving for my friends, the old and the new.-Ralph Waldo Emerson

Actually, for me, simply waking up in the morning knowing family, friends and colleagues are close by, watching my back and motivating me forward are plenty to be thankful about.

What are your grateful for?

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How important is it to you that your marketing efforts reach your customers privately so that your competition has no idea what you are doing?

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Claude Hopkins ”Perhaps the most brilliant marketing mind to ever walk the planet. He took the principles we all use to catapult our businesses to new heights. The difference is we are using technology, while he used the pen and paper. He was a mastermind marketer and one of the world’s most savvy advertisers. Everyone can learn a million lessons from reading and re-reading Scientific Advertising.

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”Perhaps the most brilliant marketing mind to ever walk the planet. He took the principles we all use to catapult our businesses to new heights. The difference is we are using technology, while he used the pen and paper. He was a mastermind marketer and one of the world’s most savvy advertisers. Everyone can learn a million lessons from reading and re-reading Scientific Advertising.

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Perhaps the most brilliant marketing mind to ever walk the planet. He took the principles we all use to catapult our businesses to new heights. The difference is we are using technology, while he used the pen and paper. He was a mastermind marketer and one of the world’s most savvy advertisers. Everyone can learn a million lessons from reading and re-reading Scientific Advertising.

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Claude Hopkins—Perhaps the most brilliant marketing mind to ever walk the planet. He took the principles we all use to catapult our businesses to new heights. The difference is we are using technology, while he used the pen and paper. He was a mastermind marketer and one of the world’s most savvy advertisers. Everyone can learn a million lessons from reading and re-reading Scientific Advertising.

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”Perhaps the most brilliant marketing mind to ever walk the planet. He took the principles we all use to catapult our businesses to new heights. The difference is we are using technology, while he used the pen and paper. He was a mastermind marketer and one of the world’s most savvy advertisers. Everyone can learn a million lessons from reading and re-reading Scientific Advertising.

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If you want to get someone’s attention, then you have to create an inter­ruption in his/her “self talk.” In fact, you have to keep on interrupting them, until you get their total attention.

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It’s easy to become anesthetized to the onslaught of infomercials, email blasts, and radio spots from corporations and entrepreneurs alike.

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Is it my ego, or is it me… I don’t know which it could be…

In 1973, I had some friends who started a rock and roll band and wrote the line above for a song with the same title. The line has stuck with me forever. I may be the only person on Earth who has a cassette recording of that song. But it makes a good point.

As far back as I can remember, my parents and teachers tried to teach me over and over again to be humble, to not brag or boast. I didn’t listen. I have been called egotistical, arrogant, and several other unflattering things in my life. I always make it a point to say thank you to the person that does this name-calling. To quote Will Rogers: If you done it, ain’t bragging.

The point I want to make here is that I don’t understand why people won’t tell the world about their accomplishments. It’s not wrong to be proud, if you’ve produced something good! In fact, it’s very positive behavior to tell about your accomplishments. It helps prepare you to try other things in life. For example, when your marketing effort proves successful, then you will be more likely to try something else.

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Does your business make the same amount of profit from each client?

The answer, obviously, is no.

Your customers are not created equal.NotEqual

Give or take a few percentage points, 80 percent of your sales will come from 20 percent of your customer base.

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When will you gather all of your experience, education, and advice and decide what you will do to grow your business using effective marketing plans and marketing calendars

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Find an advisor whom you trust to keep you motivated and on track toward reaching your business goals. This should be someone who is willing (and has the “authority”) to get you moving. If you need someone to help motivate you, give me a call. I will be happy to give you a motivational push.

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21 days and the knowledge you just learned is gone, unless you use what you learned. Knowledge is power.

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Have you run newspapers and magazines ads? How about blog posts? Are there any articles that have been written about you, about your business, or about your products and services? People may be impressed when these articles and ads run the first time, but how many of them are ever seen again by the public?

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researchDigging deep is the foundation and basis of successful marketing. You must know your product or service inside and out before you start any marketing campaign.

Why?

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Well, there are marketing calendars available that are made to fit your particular marketing plan. There are also marketing calendars out there that are easy-to-use yet, very in-depth at the same time. And, there are marketing calendars that are positive in both of those ways and, that get it right the first time!

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So you have your marketing plan, marketing calendar, marketing ideas, and, hopefully, marketing yourself, advertising plan together and a punctual person to hire. You are well on your way to having the foundation to a successful way to market you and your business.

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John Hunt, the creator of the “Do-It Yourself  Marketing Handbook System” released the following review of the New Marketing Plan & Calendar Creation tool.

Check it out and sign up below for your $1, 21-day, no-obligation trial of Fast Marketing Plan.

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An “Entrepreneur’s Toolbox” includes things that must be within the prospective entrepreneur’s very person but also; external tools, vision, and self-trust.

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Marketing plans, advertising efforts, marketing calendars, logos and branding – even our products, services and ideas, themselves – are our weapons. And, collectively, we are always trying our best to make sure that our weapons and stratagem are bigger, better and stronger than those of our ‘enemies’.

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