NH Small Business Marketing – How and Why You Should Want To Build Your Email List For Your Business

Top Secret ListbuildingIn this video Kyle will show you one of the most important activities that evey small business owner SHOULD be doing (most aren’t) and those that aren’t are losing out on thousands of dollars in potential revenue.

What is this mysterious top secret small business building tactic? Its Email “Listbuilding” of course and in this video I will show you why its so very important. Let’s dive in shall we?

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Listbuilding is the process of adding new email subscribers to your mailing list. The subscriber gives you their email address typically in exchange for a Free offer, a newsletter, or even a Free gift. You can build your list online and offline.

If you want a Free Book I wrote that will tell you more about Listbuilding and how to use it best to grow your Small Business then enter your information into the form on the right side of this page.

You’ll be happy that you did. ;-)

To your success,
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PS – If you have any questions at all post them below and I will happily get back to you. (In fact I may even reward you if you post your questions below).

PPS – Let me know below what other future trainings I can create for you as well.

LinkedIn To Promote Your New Hampshire Small Business

Rodney Dangerfield No RespectHey NH Small Business Owners: You’re Using LinkedIn, Right?

LinkedIn is the Rodney Dangerfield of social media: in spite of 200 million highly influential subscribers, it gets no respect. Even though it is consistently ranked among the social giants Facebook and Twitter, it doesn’t seem to get as much buzz in the mainstream media. But as a tool for marketing your business, it has a huge edge over its more popular peers. Because unlike Facebook and Twitter, which often swap cat photos, inane one-liners and political rants from loco uncles, LinkedIn is all business.

How smart New Hampshire Small Businesses are using LinkedIn

There are 1.3 million small-business owners in the network. How are they using it? What kind of benefits do they see? Read about a few:

  1. Sharing wins: Promoting your successes is just good marketing. It makes you look good to potential customers. With 2 million C-level executives utilizing the site, you might find yourself with some influential new friends.
  2. Getting referrals: LinkedIn makes it easy to get peer and client endorsements for the work you are doing. Best part? When someone endorses you or writes a testimonial, everyone within your network sees it in his or her activity feed. This type of social proof is the BEST way to get new customers.
  3. Finding new talent: Growing? LinkedIn is a great place—scratch that, it’s the BEST place—to locate new A players to include in your roster. It’s the single largest directory of working professionals on the internet.
  4. Promoting events: LinkedIn’s event feature is a game changer! It’s never been easier to spread your message and boost attendance for upcoming events. You can even use their service directory to find a caterer for your gathering. Simple.
  5. Boosting website traffic: A little-known secret about LinkedIn is that it’s very influential with Google; if you have a presence on LinkedIn, you’re apt to see a jump in search engine visibility, too. More clicks = more buyers!
  6. Getting answers: LinkedIn is a goldmine for information on running a successful business. You can uncover great advice from some of the savviest business minds in the world in LinkedIn Answers and Groups. There are over 2000 groups devoted to small-business-related topics.
  7. Finding investors, vendors and partners: It’s a networker’s paradise. Whether you want some capital, a new accounting firm, or a business partner, you’re not going to find a better resource than LinkedIn.

We’re just scratching the surface here, folks. The benefits don’t end there. Stop by LinkedIn, set up a page for your business and find out for yourself. Here is the link to our LinkedIn Business page.  We recommend that you try it out for your New Hampshire Small Business!

I realize your time is limited, but trust me, it’s worth it.

To your success,

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Mobile Website Design NH – Why Your Business Absolutely NEEDS a Mobile Website

Mobile Marketing NHToday I want to talk about an important topic and it is the Mobile Revolution happening right now. Mobile Website Design NH is essential even though you may believe that your business doesn’t need a Mobile optimized website but stay with me.

Many New Hampshire Small businesses will be left behind and the fact is that many are already losing business because their sites are not mobile optimized.

How Bad Does Your Business’ Website Look on a Smartphone? Be Honest…

The economic recovery is definitely a slow one. Folks are still worried about losing their jobs. Millions of homeowners owe more on their mortgage loans than their homes are worth. Credit-card debt continues to overwhelm many U.S. households. These are difficult times for people. As a small business owner, you don’t want to provide them with more reasons to not buy your products or services. Unfortunately, many business owners do just that when it comes to their websites. They’re operating sites that do not work well on mobile devices such as tablets and smartphones. As increasing numbers of people use their mobile devices to find local information (according to Google, 1 in 3 searches are local) nearby businesses are still running archaic sites that look like crap (let’s be honest) on mobile devices.

Are you chasing away customers because you don’t have a Mobile Website?

At first look, this may look like a small problem. It’s not, unfortunately. As the folks at MarketingVOX recently pointed out, there are very real financial penalties for having a mobile-unfriendly website. As a growing number of consumers use mobile devices to access the web, the penalties are becoming stiffer. In a recent post, MarketingVOX pointed out research from Google showing that:

  • A majority—61 percent—of consumers say that they’ll leave a website if it’s not optimized for small touch screens.
  • A whopping 96 percent of consumers say they’ve had bad experiences on websites that were not designed for non-desktop screens.
  • 50 percent of respondents said that even if they liked a business, they’d be less inclined to buy in the future if the business’s website isn’t mobile friendly.

Those are startling statistics. Here’s the silver lining my friend: Nearly 3/4 claim that they’re more prone to go back to a mobile-friendly website. So your mission is clear…

NH Strategic Marketing’s Challenge To You

What does this really mean for the NH small business owner? Just that building a mobile-friendly website is critical—and becoming more so. Take a look around you: You’ll see a steady stream of consumers using the internet on phones, iPads, Nooks, and Kindles.

And this is a trend that’s hardly slowing. Tablets remain hot sellers, and an increasing number of people do much of their web surfing and social media tasks through mobile devices. According to a joint Google/Ipsos study, after consumers look up a business via mobile, 61% say they make a phone call and 59% say they actually visit the business!

The message is clear: If you make a bad impression, if your business’s site looks cramped, cluttered, or illegible when viewed with a tablet or smartphone, you have the very real risk of driving customers towards your competitors!

To learn about our Mobile Website Design services Click Here

So What Should You Do About It?  

Your goal should be to get a Mobile Optimized website created for your New Hampshire small business as soon as possible.  We are happy to talk with you about creating a mobile website for you that won’t break the bank.  Just Contact Us and we will be happy to chat with you about it!

Here’s to making this year a raving success!!

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PS – If you have any questions about Mobile Websites; how they work, why you need one, etc just leave a comment below – we’d love to hear from you!

 

A Little Press Release About NH Strategic Marketing and Our Growing NH SEO Company / Marketing Company

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