Posts Tagged ‘marketing’

Facebook, Cookies, and Marketing: How To Prevent Your Small Business From Stagnation

Arielle Kimbarovsky | February 24th, 2016

At some point, even the most successful businesses hit a wall. Sales plateau, the customer base stops growing, morale is low, and revenue is either flat or falling. The best companies – and the best entrepreneurs – find ways to overcome such stagnation. The challenge often isn’t in finding ways to quickly increase customers and […]

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Fresh from the SPRING: SAC

Audree | February 23rd, 2016

When perusing our galleries here on crowdSPRING, we see some amazing work submitted in the projects. Today, we noticed this gem submitted in this Small Website project. Let us start the slow clap for SAC. Check out more great work on SAC’s profile page. Nicely done, SAC, nicely done!        

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Twitter Link Roundup #295 – Terrific Reads For Small Business, Entrepreneurs, Marketers and Designers!

Ross Kimbarovsky | February 19th, 2016

It’s  difficult to beat the sincerity and purity of a cute three year old singing “Part of Your World” from the Little Mermaid. The video above will  put a smile on your face. Now, we hope you enjoy another great set of links and articles that we shared with you over the past week on […]

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Your Small Business Will Not Succeed Unless You Build a Strong Brand

Ross Kimbarovsky | February 8th, 2016

A brand is the sum total of the experiences your customers and potential customers have with your company. Your brand lives in everyday interactions with customers and prospective customers, the images you share, your company website, the content of your marketing materials, and in your posts on social networks. Today, no company can control all […]

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Twitter Link Roundup #294 – Terrific Reads For Small Business, Entrepreneurs, Marketers and Designers!

Ross Kimbarovsky | January 22nd, 2016

When it comes to business, just as in our personal lives, we tend to quickly stereotype people when we meet them. Often, these stereotypes often get in the way of business and personal relationships. Here’s a humorous and unfortunately, not entirely untrue look at what one might see if they put on “racist’ eyeglasses. The […]

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