If you’re like me, you get 100’s of emails a day and many end up in your “Junk E-mail” or for those really worthless e-mail senders, the “Deleted Items” folder. I noticed recently, after speaking to a client about using email campaigns for his marketing communications, that some email I receive is
No owner or manager wants to see a bad review about their business that could impact their online reputation. Many take bad reviews as personal insults or attacks but you can’t take it personal, it’s just business. Recent studies have shown that roughly 40% of consumers will post a
Since the formation of our company we’ve had an opportunity to meet a lot of small business owners and discuss their businesses with them. These are all smart, driven business owners who are experts in their respective businesses but are so razor focused on
Social media has certainly gained the attention of marketers and businesses. Almost every company is active on Google+, Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, LinkedIn and many are expanding to Pinterest, Instagram and even Snapchat.
As I drove down the main road of my town and took notice of all the storefronts I was inundated by the word “best”. Signs everywhere, “Best Burger”, “Best Bagels”, “Best Pizza”, “Best Deals”, “Best Buy”, “Best Doctors”.
“Back 2 Reality” will be the official SMB Marketing blog where we share and discuss our experiences not only as business and marketing consultants but also as customers and consumers. We will cover a wide range of topics that we think are beneficial
SMB Marketing is pleased to announce the release of South Shore Golfs new website to highlight their products and services. The new site will include training videos, monthly product spotlights and a new online store for gift cards, and golf equipment.
SMB Marketing teamed up with the PMHS Booster Club to create a new website and collateral material to help raise funds for the Patchogue Medford Team 329 Robotics Team.
After 20 years of working for and owning small businesses, Joe Paradiso, President of SMB Marketing learned first hand how difficult it can be for a small business to compete against larger competitors.