How to Market a Live Event, Ramping Up a Seasonal Business... and so much more!
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Three Secrets to Successfully Marketing Live Events
Hosting a live event is one of the best ways to connect with your community at a heart level and also position yourself as a leader in your field. Once you've built enough traction that your audience is craving in-person experiences with you, inviting them to attend a conference has a powerful draw.
4 Major Lessons from Super Bowl LI We Can Apply to Small Business
While we may appreciate Super Bowl LI as the fine piece of entertainment that it was, it is also important to see the many parallels between the game and your small business journey. Here are four major lessons from Super Bowl LI that you can apply to business.
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The Truth About Ramping Up Your Seasonal Small Business
The "small business" designation is not one-size-fits-all. If you're the local mom & pop hardware store, your spring and summer peak season is very different than the boutique retailer down the block who thrives during the holiday.
Valentine's Day is right around the corner; have you considered capitalizing on the holiday with your marketing efforts? Chances are that if you haven't done so by now, you're likely thinking that the opportunity has passed you by.
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How Addressing 5 Pain Points for Women Entrepreneurs Can Skyrocket Success
The gender gap regarding small business ownership is changing and changing fast. While business was once seen as a 'man's profession,' today more and more women are starting their own companies and taking a dip in the entrepreneurial pool.