Archive for the ‘Marketing Strategy’ Category

Mobile phone apps are the clear-cut solution to help lessen and reduce the amount of physical clutter in a person’s day-to-day life; and in most cases, do a whole lot more, in regards to services, to benefit all parties involved.

The food service business is huge – new restaurants open every day, but many of them fail. Are you doing all you can to get the customers you deserve?

Amazon and the USPS are partnering to delivery packages on Sundays this holiday season. This matches Amazon’s needs and the USPS’s delivery capabilities.

If consumers can’t understand what you’re trying to tell and sell them, it’s useless. It is vital to know what messages work for business’ target audience, but why?

Interested in launching an online business, or taking your current business online? Here’s a guide on how to do everything right when building your website.

The Wu Tang Clan is one of the greatest hip hop brands ever created. Yes there are plenty of rappers and music groups out there today with their own clothing lines, sneakers, watches, endorsement deals and 5 Hour Energy drinks, but they learned it from the Wu Tang. Snoop Dog and Bow Wow can thank the Wu for their Hot Packets endorsement deal.

Treating email addresses like real people and sending them what they want, when they need it can greatly improve your marketing efforts.

How do you decide which piece of software is right for your company? We’ll help you decide by analyzing the pros and cons of several popular live chat options.

As an online marketer, it is essential to understand the buyer’s perspective for effective marketing of your products for instant conversion.

What was once a two-dimensional media world is now a three-dimensional place we live and breathe in. Everything is becoming almost tangible with explicit visualization and presentation, certainly amplifying the viewer experience. Not only that, businesses are opting for better and innovative ways of marketing their products to the world. And what better way to do that than to turn to 3D marketing, right?