Want to market your eCommerce business? Email campaigns will net you more sales, offering a staggering 4,300 percent return on every dollar invested.
Your website has a purpose -- to promote your products or advertise your services. Content marketing has emerged in recent years as one of the most important marketing strategies for reaching this goal and growing your business.
Have you ever bought a product because you liked the way it was advertised? How about if it was recommended by a friend? Have you ever bought an item you may have normally passed up because it was on sale for a limited time?
Selling your products on Amazon in addition to your main business website is a smart way to expand reach of your brand and drive new sales opportunities. Once you’ve created your Amazon store, you’ll need to start attracting customers.
Every business benefits from a little exposure now and again. And what better exposure could you ask for than getting mentioned in the news? So pick up the phone and ask your local paper’s editor to feature you in the next issue!
Taking the first step toward starting your own business isn’t easy—between startup capital and securing a location, a lot of decisions are involved. One of the biggest choices will be how to choose a business name, and finding the right name isn’t always easy.
This week we’re celebrating National Business Women’s Week. It’s the perfect opportunity to highlight our amazing female entrepreneurs and raise awareness of the resources available to all women (and men) in order to grow a successful business.
Connie Saunders and Stephen Facella wanted to take their family owned travel business to the next level. In September 2016 they took the plunge and decided to launch a new website to grow their business. They worked with Weebly’s Web Design Services team to launch JointTotalTravel.com, featuring ten pages of interactive contact, a custom domain, membership program, CRM sync for leads and Square integration in only a few weeks.
Marketing emails are no good if the subject line doesn’t convince an audience to click and read. You have less than five seconds to convince your recipient not to delete the email you worked so hard on – in other words: the subject lines matters.
Five years ago, after retiring from corporate life, Ipek Kursat followed a dream she had nurtured for years—"the dream of sitting at a small knoll on my property that overlooks a grassy area, and seeing a few sheep grazing below," she says.
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