Small business owners are some of the busiest people around. They manage business strategy, monitor the budget, plan inventory, hire staff — and yes, sometimes even clean toilets. And then a new trend comes along and gets added to the mix, like online marketing. To help busy business owners tie online marketing to their on-site sales, here are a few tips and ideas.
As the digital marketing industry evolves, the approach you take to reach your audience needs to keep up the pace. Our rallying cry at Noble Studios is “Let’s Be Better Every Day!”, so our team spends substantial time researching what’s next in digital marketing to make sure our clients are at the forefront when it comes to digital strategies. And we can tell you, 2019 is going to be full of innovation. These five tips will help put you ahead of the curve.
The goal of e-newsletters is often that: connecting with your audience in a way that is engaging, leaves an impression, reminds them of who you are, that you’re out there and ready to take on clients. And that engagement can lead to significant ROI. How do you execute an e-newsletter strategy? I’m not going to go over logistics here — like picking a platform, scheduling, tracking, etc. — but instead, let’s talk about three content takeaways.
Back when many cities had just three TV stations and you had to walk to the TV to change channels, I looked forward to TV Guide’s Fall Preview of new and returning shows. With that in mind, here’s my annual NCET’s Fall Preview of programs and events designed to help Northern Nevada’s small businesses and entrepreneurs.
The cannabis industry is one marked with innovations throughout its product cycle; the marketing efforts behind this expanding industry are no exception. In large part due to regulatory constraints, those who take on the daunting task of effectively marketing a federally illegal drug have their work cut out for them.
Heather Hoffman, Kristin McClellan and Tracy Rhodes have been re-elected to the board of directors of NCET, a member-supported non-profit that produces educational and networking events to help people explore businesses and technology.
Jonathan Burke and Kurt Thigpen have been re-elected to the board of directors of NCET, a member-supported non-profit that produces educational and networking events to help people explore businesses and technology.