As a small business owner, well-written blogs about your business might be low on your priority list. To help you save time, and make the most of your blogs, we’re sharing a list of bad writing habits you should break, courtesy of Hubspot:
It can sometimes be difficult for small business to sounds human in their marketing and social media efforts. Instead, some opt to sound professional come off more robotic and cold. It's ok to have a little fun with your marketing and social media – the more human your business sounds, the more likely it is to attract customers and fans.
As a small business, you don’t have the same budgets as some of your larger competitors and this can make it difficult to compete when it comes to marketing your business. Would you believe us if we told you that you can execute a marketing strategy for as little as $100? Check out these great tips from Entrepreneur, aimed at helping you do just that:
Video marketing has grown exponentially in popularity over the last 5 years. As a small business owner, you might be wary about the time, and money, producing quality videos can take. To help you weigh your options and see if video marketing is right for your business, check out these 5 video marketing facts from Vidyard:
Memes can boost your business and improve online presence by making you more approachable to potential clients. They are a popular form of visual communication on social media platforms. They can be powerful tools for marketing and business growth. Here are considerations to look at when planning to use a meme for your business, according to Small Biz Daily:
Target audience. Depending on your audience, sarcasm may not be the best form of humor. Be sure to create memes that fit the values of your target market and do not cause offense.