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101 Marketing Ideas You Can Take to the Bank
Our #1 download, this guide provides practical advice that you can use in your organization today.
Get a thorough and digestible look at marketing planning, direct mail marketing, email marketing, event marketing, one-to-one marketing, social media marketing, video marketing, web marketing and mobile marketing.
The Ultimate Direct Mail Marketing Guide
In such an information-saturated world, it can be hard to break through the clutter and get potential customers to respond to your call-to-action. One of the most consistently effective ways to reach consumers continues to be direct mail.
Even in today’s digital world, people like getting mail. In fact, according to an Epsilon study, 73 percent of customers prefer postal mail to digital because they can read information at a time convenient for them. In this guide, learn how to avoid possible pitfalls on the way to direct mail marketing success.
86 Ways to Drive More Traffic to Your Event and Increase ROI
Here’s a thorough guide to promotions before, during and after any event. This guide helps small to mid-sized businesses, nonprofits and other organizations with aggressive goals but limited resources find the right ways to market events.
Hosting events can have long-lasting positive effects on your organization, too. Events boost brand recognition and generate word-of-mouth referrals.
Joe is passionate about helping SMBs. He’s spent the last 30+ years building the American Speedy Printing Marketing • Print • Mail brand – and sharing best practices and marketing trends with his customers. Through research, in-person visits and this blog, he hopes to engage with and empower local business owners and marketing professionals.report