On eNews

The Value of Your List in Small Business Marketing

May 16, 2012

Don’t underestimate the value of your “list.” Your list is simply information about your customers or other key individuals (your audience) that you control. It allows you to reach out to them when you want to. In its simplest form, it could be a rolodex or the names in your contacts folder. As your audience […]

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Providing Value to your Audience

March 25, 2011

So you are building an audience online (see previous blog post on that topic). The relationship has started, but how can you make it stronger? You have to provide value.

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Email Marketing Done Right

February 7, 2011

Good email marketing gets results; bad email marketing can get you in the penalty box. Ugly email marketing can really trash your reputation. Learn how to avoid email marketing mistakes.

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Don’t be Forgotten – Make Better Use of Online Marketing

June 8, 2010

The following article was originally published in our monthly newsletter, Building Marketing the Works. Click here to subscribe. How long before you are forgotten? One of the greatest challenges in marketing is having your audience retain not just a favorable impression of your business, but one that is strong enough so that they reach out […]

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Cub Reporter to Editor in Chief in 8 Easy Steps

December 15, 2008

In Managing your e-Publication for Success, I outlined the importance of the Editorial Calendar. Here are eight steps to starting an editorial calendar for your blog or other e-publication: 1. Set your agenda. Your publication should have definition – is it news, advice, opinion, or how to? Your agenda will guide you in the creation […]

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Are you Managing Your E-Publication for Success?

December 4, 2008

Submit the first post on your blog, or write your first e-newsletter – whether you like it or not, you’re officially a publisher. Congratulations! By the way, what’s your plan? Above all, you have to have content. There are great sites on developing content like copyblogger, but content won’t be enough. You have to manage […]

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