Business Growth

  • You’ve Got Texts: How Texting Can Help Grow Your Business

    … Most entrepreneurs would do almost anything to get the word out about their businesses. Running your own company is more than a job—it’s a passion. It’s a dream come true. But it’s also a lot of work. The hype behind social media marketing and email marketing is real, despite the unfortunate truth that not everyone knows how to utilize those…

    Growmapin EMail How To's- 24 readers -
  • Why Biz Dev Teams Should Use an Affiliate Marketing Framework

    …. While this approach may appear cost-effective, companies taking such a manual approach to biz dev leave money on the table. By using an affiliate marketing model, businesses can create scalable strategies and capture more biz dev and partnership opportunities without reinventing the wheel each time. The transition from traditional biz dev to affiliate…

    Acceleration Partnersin Affiliate- 22 readers -
  • Why MarTech is a Strategic Imperative for Business Growth

    … and glean valuable and actionable insights from it. As such, the role of the marketer (and any marketing department) has evolved beyond creativity. It has become a strategic imperative for business growth by adding a layer of science and rigour to campaign analysis. There is no place to hide, but everywhere to grow. The Rise of Marketing…

    Marketing Technology Blog- 20 readers -
  • 5 Hacks for Increasing Traffic to Your E-Commerce Site

    … Traffic and Your Online Store Traffic is important for any online store that’s looking to succeed. There’s just no arguing that. If you want your ecommerce site to do well, you need to receive a lot of traffic on a regular basis. This goal doesn’t have to be difficult or particularly time-consuming, however. Businesses that want increased traffic…

    Blogtrepreneur- 23 readers -
  • 5 Ingredients to Creating the Right Business Model

    … loans, you need to answer various questions, such as how you will pay them back and what you will use as collateral. Also, calculate the possible returns on your investment. Starting any business is risky, but proper planning can greatly reduce risk. You need to determine your growth potential and exactly how you will achieve that growth. Make…

    Growmap- 30 readers -
  • How to Grow Your Small Business

    …, and continue on its path of financial achievement. Small Business Growth There are many tools you can use to grow your small business. You can: Open a new location. Form an alliance or merge with a similar business. Diversify the products or services you sell. Target new markets. Expand globally. Make a bigger online presence for your…

    Gail Gardner/ Growmapin How To's- 23 readers -
  • Are You Looking at the Best Marketing Metrics?

    … to “budgetary constraints.” Without an attribution model and ROI visibility, it’s difficult to have a cohesive, holistic strategy. Complicating this further is evidence that channel marketers aren’t using the same metrics to measure success that their leaders do (highlight to tweet). Our State of Marketing Leadership report indicated that revenue growth…

    Convince and Convertin Mobile EMail- 18 readers -
  • 10 Smart Things to Do When Writing and Updating Your Business Plan

    … This is the sixth blog post in a series by Hal Shelton, SCORE small business mentor and author of The Secrets to Writing a Successful Business Plan. You can read his previous posts for Constant Contact here. Over the last few months, I’ve discussed a number of different ways you can set yourself up for success when writing a business plan…

    Hal Shelton/ Constant Contact- 19 readers -
  • 7 Critical Business Plan Mistakes You Need to Avoid

    … This is the fifth blog post in a series by Hal Shelton, SCORE small business mentor and author of The Secrets to Writing a Successful Business Plan. In the previous installments, we looked at “4 Sections Every Business Plan Must Have (and Why They’re Important),” “Why You Need a Business Plan (and the Best Style for You),” “When Is a Good Time…

    Hal Shelton/ Constant Contact- 19 readers -
  • Why Saying ‘No’ Can Be Good For Business

    … actually as proud of the things we haven’t done as the things I have done. Innovation is saying no to 1,000 things.” When Project Runway contestants go overboard on design ideas they just get scorned by the judges and perhaps lose their chance at the grand prize. In any case, the “punishment” is over quickly. When small business owners are unable…

    Susan Solovic/ Constant Contact- 16 readers -
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