Category Archive for: tradeshow

Inbound and Outbound Marketing

Which activities do you find you focus on the most? Column A Direct Mail Email Advertising (online & off) Tradeshows Networking Telemarketing   Column B Facebook Blogging Search Engine Optimization LinkedIn Twitter Constant updates to your website If you chose Column A, congratulations you are a control freak. You ight be exhausted and stretched monetarily,…

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Tradeshow Marketing 2

Trade shows can be a large investment for a company. Once you have added in all the costs of the space, the booth, the promotional material, and the staff, you need to ensure you receive a strong Marketing ROI (return on investment). Trade Show Marketing Part 1 dealt with determining the right shows to be…

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Promotional Plan

Here’s a bold statement. There is no such thing as a bad marketing tool, just bad planning. You can choose skywriting, bus benches, TV or the web and it CAN work, if you know the buying patterns of your ideal client and you don’t fall victim to what I call one-dimensional marketing.   Whenever we…

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Tradeshow Marketing

Trade Shows are what I like to term a high investment marketing strategy. By this I mean they require a significant amount of money and time to execute. While pricing of the actual space may seem reasonable, once costs for display booths, signage, promotional material and manpower are tallied up – it is a pricier…

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