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Creative Marketing Examples

Guerrillas should be attuned to world happenings, to the world situation, the local situation, and up-to-the-minute trends. It’s important to take a look at competitors’ marketing campaigns. If you’re

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How to be Creative in Your Marketing

The key to creative marketing is a smart creative strategy. The test of creative marketing is profits. If what you want to sell doesn’t generate profits for your business, you are not truly being creative.

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Marketing Confidence is Key to Success

Confidence is extremely important to you—more important than quality, than selection, than price, than service. Confidence will be your ally. And commitment, as proven by consistent marketing, will

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Marketing is a Conservative Investment

Marketing and advertising should be considered conservative investments. They are not miracle workers. They are not magic formulas. They are not instant gratifiers. If you don’t recognize that marketing

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Meme Marketing: How Does It Work And Why Does It Work?

Since marketers have to closely monitor how to attract their consumers, strategies in marketing are changing constantly. This is where guerrilla marketing ideas takes traditional marketing’s place. Since

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Guerrilla Marketing 101: What Is Guerrilla Marketing? Why You Should Think About Using It?

Are you familiar with Guerrilla Marketing? If you aren’t, well you’re in luck. We’ll help you get the gist of everything in this post. Although we probably can’t give everything to you in one go,

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Tip 1

One of the most widely distributed marketing pieces is a simple business card. Business cards date back to the 15th century in China. Take a look at your business card and ask these questions: #1 Can someone

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Guerrilla Marketing Tip:

One of the most widely distributed marketing pieces is a simple business card. Business cards date back to the 15th century in China. Take a look at your business card and ask these questions: #1 Can someone tell what you offer within a second or two? #2 Does your card stand out from the crowd? #3 Are you using the back of the card? #4 Do you have a specific call to action that is traceable back to the card?

If you answered no to any of the four questions, you have some work to do. Some Guerrilla Marketing business card tips: pick an odd shaped card or style. Plastic cards, even metal cards really stand out from the crowd. Re-design your card with the end prospect in mind. What value can you provide by transferring your business card to them?



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