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Marketing Blog tag: 'Small Business Marketing' - Marketing Eye

Search engine optimisation can be one of the hardest factors to contend with when creating a well-known business. Even larger companies struggle with SEO. 

When running a small business with limited resources, time, and money, improving your search engine ranking can be extremely difficult. Luckily, we’ve come up with 10 ways that will help your business make an impact with your search engine marketing. 

No small business is complete without a marketing strategy.

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.

Developing an effective marketing strategy is a crucial and difficult task for any small to medium sized business. Which may leave you feeling helpless. However, the City of Melbourne council may have answered your prayers.

It’s important to have a lead generation strategy more than ever to bring success to your business and capitalise fully on market opportunities. Does your business have an effective lead generation process?

Tuesday, 05 January 2021 13:53

Best ways to market your business in 2021

Having started the year with more enthusiasm than ever before, we are embarking on deploying ways in which to best market our business in 2021. Like any good marketer, I thought I would share a few ways in which we will be marketing our business in the year ahead.
Published in Marketing
It's hard to imagine that this day would ever have happened, but one Government decision, rightly or wrongly, has closed down small businesses in Melbourne for 6 weeks, and most are uncertain as to whether they have a future, let alone whether they should market their businesses or not.
It's that time of year when entrepreneurs, business leaders and marketing professionals re-evaluate their businesses on multiple levels. The market has changed and with this fluid transformation companies are needing to draw on data, research and experience to navigate the future.
Published in Marketing
Wednesday, 24 October 2018 03:17

10 Blogs that every marketer subscribes to

If you are time poor just like me, then where you spend your time obtaining information that helps your career or business is critically important. Time is money and if a blog fails to meet your expectations, chances are that it won't get a second sighting.
Published in Marketing
Wednesday, 03 August 2016 16:47

New York is Marketing Eye's Focus for 2016/17

Finally, I have a printed copy of the 2016/17 Global Marketing Strategy for Marketing Eye and it is being developed out to the point where every single item in the marketing strategy is given to a person who is responsible for outcomes. 

It's particularly exciting given that usually we only share part of the plan, but this year, we decided to share it all - along with our profit sharing strategy for employees. It's time for many of our younger team members to start investing in houses or apartments, and they cannot do that without getting some real money behind them.
Monday, 10 June 2013 08:00

What 24 year old's can teach you

Most founders and entrepreneurs have their heads stuck so far up their you know what, to actually take the time to truly learn something from the young guns in their offices.

Another gross generalization, but the reality is that too many of the Gen-Xers who have started businesses 5 years ago, are working their butts off and are not spending the time needed to lessen their load by giving the young, up-and-coming executives the chance to really make a difference.

Here's my experience. I was sharing a glass of wine with Maikayla Desjardins, a Marketing Executive at Marketing Eye Atlanta yesterday and I asked the question, "why did you leave your job in New York and come and work for me in Atlanta?"

Her first response was: "You sold me on Atlanta as this awesome place to live - but let's face it, it's not quite New York!"
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