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From the Blog
You’ve probably heard all of the clichés, “you can’t succeed unless you try!”. Nothing is more true in business. Sure, we’d love to launch a new company or product and have it be a roaring success. But in reality, sometimes it fails, and if we’re smart, we’ll learn from it, dust ourselves off, regroup and kick some serious competitive butt.
By Sharole Lawrence, Glow Marketing
Attracting customers is a little easier when owning a franchise as a business thanks to marketing materials and brand awareness that head office often has already established. This competitive advantage also saves owners time and money on marketing, but it doesnâ€™t mean that marketing ends with head office initiatives. The wise franchisee will go beyond head office marketing materials and campaigns to expand their local customer base and increase their chances of success. Read the full article published in the March/April issue of The MOMpreneur Magazine
Marketing is both an art and science that plays a defining role in the success of most businesses, so itâ€™s no surprise that most business owners seek outside advice in this area. If youâ€™re not an expert in this marketing, it can be overwhelming when you realize that every aspect of your business thatâ€™s experienced by your customers is a form of marketing.
I was just mentioning to my life coach that Debbie Travis is one of my business idols. So I am giddy as a school girl to have my article “6 Steps to Build Your Brand” on the latest Mompreneur cover she graces. Brace yourself, it’s a long one so you may want to pick up the magazine at your local Chapters/Indigo and curl up with a nice hot drink. It’s a tough job, but someone has to do it. Who said good branding is easy?