To quote Julie Andrews, “Let’s start at the very beginning, a very good place to start.” What is an online presence? Your business’ online presence is the result of every post, listing, webpage, and social account that can be linked to your company through an online search.
Or in the words of The Rolling Stones – It’s Only Rock & Roll – But I like it!
In the words of one of my favorite email experts Christopher Lester, “Inboxes are crazy, y’all.” And he’s right. Email marketing is one of those things I have a love/hate relationship with. Basically, I love to hate it. Can I say that as an email marketer? Yes. And so can you. Why? Because email marketing can be hard.
One of my favorite things about attending a conference or tradeshow is tweeting my way through it. Not only is it fun for me, but it is good business etiquette for Red Sage.
Despite the varied objectives for companies attending tradeshows, every company wants their tradeshow booth to stand out from their competition. It takes more than a friendly face and personable staff to capture the attention of passing attendees, which is why a striking tradeshow design is critical to the success of your booth. Here are a few tips to creating a winning tradeshow design:
Tradeshows can be an adventure. Sometimes they are a great, exciting adventure where you are meeting tons of prospects and closing deals left and right. Sometime they are the longest, most boring adventure you have ever been on as you sit among the other vendors with a handful of people mingling amongst the booths. Sometimes they are downright terrifying adventures where the pop up display stops popping up, or you realize that you are at the wrong show talking to the wrong people. Your first tradeshow could be any of these types of adventures, but hopefully, with a little advice, it will be an exciting one. Here are a few tips on how to survive your first tradeshow as a vendor.
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