Developing the Unique Selling Proposition
The "Unique Selling Proposition" advertising campaign was developed by Reeves in 1961. Reeves proposed that marketers offer products different from their competitor' offerings by developing products that have a special formula, design, or feature.
50 Benefits Of Joint Venture Marketing
What Is A Joint Venture?A joint venture is an agreement in which two or more
businesses work on a project for a set period of time.Joint ventures can be long-term, like promoting a
product together, or some can be short-term, like
bartering (trading) products and services.
The Sweet Aroma of Highly Effective Marketing
Highly effective marketing is accomplished when your marketing materials and marketing strategy work together to reliably move your prospects through your sales process.Have you ever caught a whiff of a tantalizing aroma wafting through the air as you walked down the street? With your senses suddenly alerted to something tasty nearby you notice the bakery on the corner.
Are You Overlooking Your Hidden Profit Centers?
There are other names given to "Back-End Selling". You may think of it as follow through, or maybe VALUE added.
50 Unbelievable Benefits Of Joint Venture Marketing
What Is A Joint Venture?A joint venture is an agreement in which two or
more businesses work on a project for a set period
of time. Joint ventures can be long-term, like
promoting a product together, or some can be
short-term, like bartering (trading) products and
Fertilizer For Your Grassroots Marketing
Looking for a great way to drive traffic to your business? No million dollar ad budget last time you checked? The solution may be to harness the power of grassroots marketing.Grassroots marketing is simply taking the unconventional approach to getting people interested in what you offer.
A Different Perspective On The No-Call List
The other day I received an e-mail from an internet marketer who was bemoaning the fact that calling people on the no-call list is now illegal and that puts such limits on marketing. He is far and away not the only one with that viewpoint; I find it almost everywhere I look.
The Future of Marketing Part 1
It used to be if you were a small business, you were at a
distinct disadvantage with your marketing compared to the
bigger companies.No more.
Future of Marketing Part 2
In Part 1, I discussed how traditional marketing is no longer
working the way it used to. This is happening for a variety of
reasons -- people have too many mass media choices,
they're bombarded with way too many marketing messages,
the Internet is adding accountability to advertising, etc.
Quiz: Where is Your Marketing Message?
Wondering if your marketing message is dancing in the
spotlight right in front of your target market or is busy
cowering by the punch table nowhere near your customer
base? Take this quiz and find out.1.
7 Ways a Copywriter Can Help Your Business Succeed
Think you can't afford to hire a copywriter? Think again. Here
are seven ways a copywriter can contribute to the success
of your business.
Being in a quandary prevents you from moving forward in developing and marketing your business. When we're in a quandary, we are in a state of perplexity and doubt.
Sowing and Growing Your Network
The N-word! We all know the value of networking and we feel we should be doing more of it. Unfortunately, for too many of us the very thought of attending an event where we have to mix and mingle with total strangers is enough to drive us into hiding until it's all over! What a pity we often force ourselves to go to a potentially great conference, but we're so busy worrying about the networking part that we forget to enjoy the event!But networking is like so many other activities in life-it's easy when you know how.
10 Surefire Ways to Add Sizzle to Your Brochures
Businesses rely on brochures as their front line in communicating their products or services. Yet according to Shannon Cherry, APR, many find them not as successful because they underestimate the skills and resources necessary to publish attractive and effective materials.
8 BIG Benefits To Selling Big Ticket Items
Ok, before we get down to the benefits of selling Big Ticket Items,
we had better define what a Big Ticket Item is.
A Big Ticket Item is any product or service that sells for more than
$500 or $1000.
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