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Marketing Entrepreneurship Business Blog for SMB's

Tag: Small Business Marketing

Small to medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) often face the unique challenge of making a big impact with a limited marketing budget. It's a balancing act: finding innovative ways to reach and resonate with your audience without breaking the bank. In this era where every dollar counts, how do you ensure your marketing efforts are both cost-effective and impactful?

This blog delves into the art of maximising your marketing budget. We'll explore practical, creative strategies that are not only budget-friendly but also powerful in building your brand and expanding your reach. From leveraging the digital landscape to understanding the pulse of your target market, we will guide you through a spectrum of approaches designed for SMEs. Whether you're a startup taking its first steps or a growing business looking to expand its horizons, these insights will help you craft a marketing strategy that is both cost-effective and impactful. These strategies are more than just cost-saving measures; they're stepping stones to building a robust and authentic connection with your audience, fostering long-term business growth. Stay tuned as we unveil the secrets to maximising your marketing resources.

When your small business possesses a quality offering and you have full confidence in its value for your target audience, it's a great foundation for marketing. But in reality, with these traits, you’re not alone, and the competition is fierce in your industry. Naturally, you desire your brand to stand out and be recognisable amongst a crowded. Not only that, but for it to resonate with your target audience in a way that provides a unique and memorable experience for them. As a marketing consultant, these things are what we hear every day, but to truly be unique and stand out your marketing message must be more evident and not the same as your competitors.

Having a marketing strategy ensures that you can give your business the recognition it deserves. Many small businesses don’t deem a marketing strategy to be worth their time, but regardless of size, every business has something to gain through marketing. A well-developed small business marketing strategy will increase your brand awareness, improve your reputation, increase your conversion rate, boost your sales, and maximise your visibility.

Marketing can be very challenging for small businesses due to a lack of budget, time available, lack of employees working and needing more visibility. However, marketing is one of the most critical aspects of building your business from a small business to a multi-million-dollar, worldwide company.

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As we all know, marketing is a vital part in making sure that we get the business to grow, especially when it comes to a start-up business. All businesses has some sort of marketing and in this day and age, we have evolved into the digital era where it’s more about how well you understand the ways of social media platforms and how well you’re able to take advantage of its capabilities. For a start-up business, we all know how difficult it may be to even get the first couple of buyers to consider or purchase your products and services.

The construction industry is growing and evolving each year making it an extremely cutthroat and competitive market. However, there are many companies which are seeing increased sales and better customer relationships during this time. These are the companies who avoid making the mistake of cutting costs. Instead, they spend money to improve customer relationships, establish a niche market and implement quality materials and equipment into their projects. In turn, these companies still end up making a significant profit as customers can see their efforts, therefore creating trust that the construction company will provide the customer with quality service.

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In Australia, 88% of companies are considered as small businesses. If your business doesn't have a digital presence, then you are not exciting the market as nowadays much of our world is online. Marketing your business in the digital world is undoubtedly helping to raise brand awareness and attracting more customers to buy your products. Recruiting marketing experts is critical for companies to grow financially and in terms of their digital presence and visibility. 
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It's fair to say that the last two years have presented small businesses worldwide with their fair share of challenges. Many of Australia's small business owners have been unable to financially stand on their own two feet, requiring monetary support from the government, which hasn't always been available. While initially the challenge mainly lied in the form of financial hardship, the focus has now shifted towards the healthcare system's capacity and protecting vulnerable people. While the government has continued to change the testing requirements, placing increasing reliance on rapid antigen tests (RATs) to relieve the PCR testing waits, there is a larger truth about this changing dynamic that many are not aware of.


Instagram was launched in 2010 by Kevin Systrom and racked up 25,000 users in just one day. The app began with a primary focus for users to feature and post photographs, especially photographs taken from mobile phones. Instagram performed exceptionally well and had a whopping 27 million users by March 2012. Instagram’s success no doubt alarmed Facebook, which purchased Instagram in April 2012 for $1 billion in cash and stock.

Ever since Facebook acquired Instagram, Facebook decided to add many different features to the already extremely popular app. These features included enabling users to post videos instead of just photographs as well as adding messaging on Instagram like Facebook, stories like Snapchat and later reels like TikTok. Maybe you’re already sensing a theme here but what Facebook was essentially trying to do is turn an originally user-focused app that was Instagram into a fighter social media platform to compete with other social media apps such as Snapchat and Facebook. This tactic worked well for Facebook initially but not in the long run. Why you may ask, well we’ll explain below.

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Why would anyone buy your product? Why is it better than your competitors? Where can it be bought? What value can it really provide? You might have the answers to these questions, ready and available, but it counts for nothing if you can't project your voice loud enough for customers to hear it.  

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