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Small Business In Glenview, Il? Tips To Promote Your Business Today!

By - Gina Mindock

Many local small businesses in Glenview, Illinois are just waiting to be discovered by the locals organically. They hope someone passing by will notice them and come in to find out more. However, those who do basic marketing can bring in customers much, much faster. This blog post lists some basic marketing tips you can engage in now to make it easier for the locals to find you and know what you are offering.

Get In The Game: The Power Of A Facebook Business Page

By - Gina Mindock

What are you waiting for? Either up your game on your Facebook business page or get in the game and create your business Facebook page. You are missing out on leveraging the power of Facebook if you sit this one out.

Don't Risk Losing Sales By Confusing Your Clients

By - Gina Mindock

Crafting a clear message in all your marketing efforts is paramount to increasing your bottom-line. This blog post offers some tips to help guide you through this process. The advice offered can be used in your written as well as your oral communications with your clients.

Don't Underestimate The Power Of Brand Avatars

By - Gina Mindock

Identifying all aspects of your perfect customers from their demographics, interests, education, unique problems they face etc is the first step in crafting the brand for your business. It can be a challenging project, but one that can richly reward you financially. Skip this step to your business' detriment.

Know Your Numbers: Set Your Sails For Financial Success

By - Gina Mindock

Every dollar plays a part in the big picture. Once youʼve broken down how many customers or clients you need at a certain price point to hit your income goal, youʼll be able to create the necessary action steps to finding those ideal ideal customers or clients that will want to give you their money for the value that they see in you.

Jason Capital's Local Branding Strategy Simplified

By - Gina Mindock

An often overlooked by small businesses, but vitally important strategy, is branding. It does not have to be this some big, expensive undertaking where you hire market researchers to conduct studies. However, the value of at least asking yourself basic questions will allow you to evaluate customer's perceptions. Having a branding goal and a way to measure your success against that goal will allow you to quickly correct course if the data you collect suggests you do so. There is more to branding then what this blog post covers, but at least it is a start.

3 Ways To Help Heal Your Community During These Trying Times

By - Gina Mindock

During trying times, such as these, a local community looks for ways to bring normalcy back into their lives, some laughter or encouragement. Be that local business that leads the community back to happier times. This blog post can serve as your guide to take the lead in this regard. Not only will you be serving your local community, you will have made the first move in building a stronger bond with the locals. The rewards will be on many levels.

Five Out-of-the-box Ideas To Attract Locals To Your Business

By - Gina Mindock

Why be like everyone else? Stand out in your local market and gain new customers or clients by trying one or more of these fun, creative ideas.

Social Media For Local Businesses - Jump Start Plan

By - Gina Mindock

Many small businesses struggle with getting started with social media. This article contains very basic information about social media. There is a whole lot more to social media marketing and turning an ROI, but you need to start somewhere. This article can help.

It's True, You Must Embrace The No's To Win In Sales

By - Gina Mindock

If you want to build a successful business, you have to embrace the fact not everyone is going to be your ideal customer or client and sometimes when you walk into an office to pitch who you are & what you do, not everyone will want what you offer, but that doesnʼt mean there isnʼt somebody who will.