A rule good writers follow is never to waste words. Using too many words will make your writing boring for your reader. Too many words can take the punch or impact out of an article or book.
In rural communities, it seems that non-profit organizations rely almost solely on posters as the main driver of their marketing campaigns. In the marketing world, posters are the bottom of the barrel marketing material. Overall, they
Another way to think about creating & competing with your local brand is choosing the ground from which you’ll fight. You want that ground to be empty and then occupy it.
Non-profit event planning comes with several challenges, the biggest being how to spread the word with limited to no funds available for advertising.
Over the years, I have done a lot of event
The old adage, a picture is worth a thousand words has never been more important in today’s digital world. Successful Business Owners and Non-profit Organizations know all too well the importance of
You may not understand it, use it or even like it, but your clients do, and that is why you’d better learn to love it and make it part of your daily
“Buy Local” is Bad Marketing
I understand the importance of community. We’re small business owners who volunteer in our community and we lend our marketing talents to local groups. We also teach our
Anchoring bias is the human tendency to rely very heavily on the first piece of information (the anchor) offered when making decisions. This occurs in all of our decision making including purchase decisions. Once the anchor is in place, buyers decisions are then made by adjusting the initial anchor number, regardless of the legitimacy of the actual anchor number.
What are you competing against?
You need to motivate customers to take an action. Your biggest competitor is the status quo. Your customers fear of loss heavily outweighs the possibility of a