My family lived in New Orleans for nine years when my children were small. It is customary there for businesses to give a “lagniappe” when there is a transaction. For instance, if you buy a dozen donuts, the business will give you an additional one as “a little something extra.” That thanks you for your [...]
Last week I mentioned that, on average, it takes seven exposures to complete the conversion of a prospect. That is called the frequency principle of marketing. Reach is the number of people in the audience. This requires that you determine who your receptive targets are and address them with messages and using media to which [...]
Because no company can “do it all” in marketing, I advocate that you choose approaches that allow you to be consistent and reach the right audiences. This will enables you to grow your business by focusing on what you enjoy, do well, and can maintain. The first local business I would like to introduce for [...]
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