Posts Tagged ‘marketing’

7 Signs It’s Time to Update Your Small Business Website

Katie Lundin | September 14th, 2017

Your online presence is vitally important to your business and your brand. If your website doesn’t sell your company’s products or services effectively, you’ll find it impossible to compete in an increasingly crowded, and noisy world. According to the Search Engine Optimization blog Mr. SEO, …if you are in business, you should also know that […]

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7 Things You Need To Know To Create an Effective Business Card

Amanda Bowman | September 5th, 2017

There are few statements as widespread in business as “Here’s my card.” Business cards have been a part of any entrepreneur’s self-promotion toolkit for a long time. How long? The Chinese handed out calling cards in the 15th century to let people know they planned to visit. The French in the 17th century swapped cards […]

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Fresh from the SPRING: welikerock

Audree | August 24th, 2017

When perusing our galleries here on crowdSPRING, we see some amazing work submitted in the projects. Today, we recognize a gem submitted in this clothing project:   The challenge of this project was to create an awesome T-shirt design for the 2017 Comic Con in New York City. It’s a huge pop culture event and […]

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21 Ways To Market Your Small Business On A Shoestring Budget

Amanda Bowman | August 21st, 2017

Thinking of ways to market your small business can be overwhelming, especially when you consider the cost and return on investment. Big companies spend millions of dollars every year marketing and building their businesses. Small businesses have a similar need to get the word out but have much more modest budgets. Here’s the secret that smart […]

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Supercharge Your Small Business Marketing: How to Market to the Social Media Generation

Katie Lundin | August 3rd, 2017

  Imagine you’ve used the internet since your hand was large enough to hold a mouse. Imagine you can’t remember a time before MySpace or Facebook. Imagine you’re part of a generation that makes up a majority of the voting population and workforce. The social media generation doesn’t need to imagine these things. This is […]

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