Taking Your Business to the Next Level: Marketing and branding secrets that every small business owner must know

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4,500 marketing messages hit your clients and prospects every DAY. Marketing has stopped working as well as it used to because buyer’s have learned to block marketing messages.As a result, small business owners are confused and frustrated with the results of their marketing efforts.Authors Bill Gluth and Jeremy Tuber introduce a groundbreaking new way to think about marketing and sales that is proven to generate more revenue in less time. The How to Guide for Taking Your Business to the Next Level provides new ideas like:• How to use Buyer-Centric Sales Stories to emotionally connect with your buyers from their perspective. This step attracts new leads into your sales pipeline, effortlessly. • Logos are dead. You can build a compelling brand that buyers relate to in 3-seconds or less using a MEME.• How to develop inexpensive strategies that are focused on a message of caring and the value your client gains from working with you.Read this book and change the way... More > you think about marketing, forever.< Less
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Can-Do Graphics, LLC
September 30, 2011
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