No matter how large or small your advertising budget is, you can still find creative ways to increase your following and get your brand in front of prospects. In this post, we’ll cover some cardinal rules for small business advertising and offer some additional tips along the way.
Take a look at the largest brands in the world – Coke, Apple, Google, Microsoft – and you’ll see at least one similarity among them all. And what is that? Branding. They have stellar branding strategies and stories, and each is recognizable down to certain colors, logos, you name it. But branding isn’t just for the largest companies in the world. Your business, big or small, needs branding to survive.
Catalogs are still effective and need to be a key component of any savvy supplier’s marketing plan. Distributors love using catalogs to close sales. They often find it drives end-buyers to shop online – that’s right, print actually drives digital sales!
What is a Supplier Store? It’s one page in ESP® that’s completely dedicated to your business. Supplier Stores keep distributors in ESP longer and allow them to engage with your brand all in one place. Let’s take a look at all of the aspects of a Supplier Store.
Businesses are getting back to normal (somewhat) and are looking for more ways to drive sales to finish out the year strong. It’s likely your business halted some marketing for the last few months, so getting back on track might be a little challenging. Or maybe your business is busier than ever and you need a little extra something to make selling easier. Marketing was created to drive sales and to assist your sales team, especially in B2B. What’s one way you can be sure to give your sales team everything they need (and more)? Use video.