Category Archive for "Marketing your business"

defining your target market and getting your products in stores

Defining your target market and getting your products in stores with Jennifer Love

April 30, 2014

Do you have a product that you’d love to see in more stores? Or are you wondering whether or not to launch your business with a business partner? Or even what a “target market” is and how to find them?…

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The 18 Differentiators That Set Exceptional JEWELRY Designers Apart From All Others

January 15, 2014

With so many tastemakers and designers showcasing their creativity out into the world, do you ever wonder how to stand out and get noticed? Everywhere you look, there’s a new designer popping up! The question is: how can you stand…

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Looking for a great way to find new customers?

August 12, 2013

As an entrepreneur, you are always looking for new ways to get your products in front of your customers. One innovative way to do that is to participate in a monthly subscription box. The monthly subscription boxes are already an…

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Blog Post Ideas – Five questions to inspire great content for your blog

July 24, 2013

Wondering how to come up with some great blog post ideas? Then read on… When working with new business owners, I am often asked, “Do I have to blog to promote my business? What should I blog about? What do…

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How to write a product description – the definitive guide

June 13, 2013

“Don’t sabotage your sales with boring or incomplete product description that use the same old overused words!” – Ellen Beeler, The Language of Description Recently I stumbled upon this must-have book: “The Language of Description: An Online Seller’s Word Reference…

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17 tips for marketing kids products

17 Tips for Marketing Kids Products

May 30, 2013

Are you looking for tips and strategies for marketing kids products? A little while ago we reached out to our community of entrepreneurs and asked them to share their best tip on marketing kids products and getting products into stores. …

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