If you are ready to make 2017 your most prosperous year ever, it’s important to have a monthly marketing plan.
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Best wishes to everyone for a happy, healthy and prosperous New Year!
Check out our recent article, “Conjure Up Some Marketing Magic in 2016” in the Lehigh Valley Woman’s Journal at
No matter what holiday you are celebrating this season – we hope it is filled with happiness, health, plenty of good foods, family and friendship!
Thanks to everyone who patronized our copywriting service this year! See you in 2016!
It’s not too early to think about plans for marketing your product or services for the upcoming 2015 holiday season. We can help you with marketing plans, copywriting, an update to your website, or with promotional ideas and press releases. Contact us at GetPeopleTalking@aol.com for a free consultation on how our creative services can help boost your holiday sales!
It’s a brand and shiny bright New Year — the best resolution you can make for your business, product or service is to consistently market its benefits to your target audience.
We can help you do just that with expert copy, advertising slogans, e-newsletters and great ideas. Contact us at GetPeopleTalking@aol.com and tell us your New Year’s sales goal and let’s discuss how you can best reach that in 2015!
As we approach the longest night of the year and all of the festivities associated with the Christmas/Hanukkah/Kwanzaa season….
We want to thank everyone who made our journey a little easier, more exciting, more comfortable and more prosperous in 2014!
Have yourself a Merry Little Christmas — and a bright and healthy New Year!
Credit: Andy Warhol Foundation
The New Year was barely into its first week when we were confronted with the issue of price and value in our work.
We had completed two small projects for a new client, they admitted they really liked our writing style, then suddenly contended their budget could only support one-half of our already quoted fee for any future projects.
In today’s business world, it seems to be all about the money and the price, rather than about experience, value, service or many of the other amenities that professionals provide to their clients. By declining to discount our already fair price, we lost additional business from this particular client, but learned a valuable lesson. It’s important to ask for and receive a fair price for whatever work you do in the world. Clients may come and go but clients who look only at the price tag will never really respect or value the product or service you bring to them. What’s your self-respect worth?