This 1-hour online marketing webinar focuses on three major topics:
* Short-term strategies to try and help make things better
* Mid- and long-term solutions that can help strengthen your business down the road
* And how self-care plays in the equation
Are you all about relationships or transactional? Seems silly, right? Of course you are not transactional. You love your customers! But do they love you?
By Pit Crew member, Laura Allenpreviously published in 2017 Are you feeling stuck in a summer sales slump? You are not alone. Most industries feel it. You don’t need to resign yourself to the dog days of summer being so slow – You can pitch your way out of that slump! Here’s how: 1. … Continue reading "How to Pitch Your Way Out of a Summer Sales Slump"
Ever since I was a little kid I’ve been into cars. As I’ve gotten older not much has changed. One particular model has always had a soft spot in my heart. The Chevrolet Corvette. I remember seeing pictures of them in my dad’s car magazines. Heck even the astronauts from the Apollo moon missions drove … Continue reading "What are You Willing to Do to Grow?"
Marketing is not sales…repeat after me, marketing is not sales. Like that old refrain…you can’t one without the other.
Sometimes it seems as if success on social media is like a unicorn, often dreamed of yet rarely seen. It is possible to be successful on and with social media for your business, honest!
By Randy Gunter Almost every ad agency in the world subscribes to the USP—the Unique Selling Proposition. What they typically tell their clients is we need to find the one thing that makes your company unique in all of the world, and that is the message that we are going to extoll in all of … Continue reading "The USP Myth"
Business cycles happen constantly. Companies grow and decline. Markets respond to the changing needs of the consumer and the process repeats itself. That cycle is happening again. Let’s talk about beer. For decades, the beer industry in the United States has been dominated by three brewers: Miller, Budweiser, and Coors. Say what you will about … Continue reading "Small is the New BIG"