Promote Yourself Like a Politician

What if you could promote yourself like the presidential candidates?  Your business name was known in most households – what would that do for the growth of your business?

Of course your message has to be good so people thought favorably about you and your business.  But given that what steps could you take?

1) Use media to help spread the word – get mentioned in local newspapers for starters or a local industry publication.  This builds credibility and awareness.  You can use the new story for your website and also use as a marketing handout with prospects.

2) Use social media to get noticed.  This is also low cost and can build awareness about what you do for a living.  You can share some tips and tricks of the trade so people view you as an expert and your network may appreciate as well.

Other marketing ideas are contained in our program.  Good luck!

Published on April 4, 2016 in Uncategorized

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