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Marketing Entrepreneurship Business Blog for SMB's

Date: August 2009

Friday, 28 August 2009

Saying No To A Prospect

How many times in business have you wished you never took on a new client? They were a bad fit, they weren’t on the same page, they didn’t have the same code of ethics or perhaps they had unrealistic expectations. Everyone at some stage has experienced a situation where a client or potential client is not a good fit for their organisation.

Monday, 24 August 2009

The A-List

On Friday 21st August 2009, The Armani Dinner for the STC Foundation event was held at the Sydney Theatre Company to raise much needed funds for the Foundation.

Published in Mellissah Smith

Who would have thought, that one social media medium would take precedent over another just because of usability, ease of functionality and a more aligned target audience joined by the fact that it is achieving better results for our clients.

Wow! When you get a bunch of marketers in a room – ideas fly.

Wednesday, 12 August 2009

What is the best job in the world?

Snorkeling the Great Barrier Reef is as my good friend Steve would say ’sweet’ but after a day or two , I have to best honest – what’s next?
Published in Mellissah Smith
Tuesday, 04 August 2009

Getting your database right

Whether due to lack of knowledge, time, budget or planning, many companies fall short of the mark when it comes to targeting the right audience.

It is essential that business owners, marketers or the person driving a direct marketing campaign know exactly how to define, segment and target prospects in order to maximise ROI.

Today, many businesses realise the importance of segmentation – the process of subdividing customers and prospects according to common attributes and characteristics relevant to a product or service.

Published in Management
When one fancies themselves as a bit of a creative, it’s hard to ignore that urge that consumes you when an opportunity to pitch for a relatively large account comes your way.
Published in Mellissah Smith