Do I ever love Millennials and what they stand for!
Right now, they are between 18 and 37, and represent an important demographic for many industries and small businesses. I personally hover the boarder of Generation X and Millennials and the majority of my clients and many of my friends fall within this generation.
And though, you’ll never find me making a purchase from my smartphone while I’m in a store like you will 41% of Millennials, I will pay more for sustainability, I do see my purchases as a reflection of my personality, and I will read reviews before making a big purchase, most of the time.
What about you? Do you have any of these seven habits/values? And more importantly, how will you use these tips to attract Millennials to your small business?
1- Make mobile a priority sales channel for your biz.
It’s no surprise that Millennials are online shoppers. But what’s more is that they are MOBILE SHOPPERS. If you are targeting...
As entrepreneurs we are brave, courageous go-getters. We go for it. We are creators and visionaries.
Progress is the name of the game.
But in our haste to gain momentum, we unknowingly succumb to practicing roll-the-dice marketing. This is when we try anything and everything to drum up business, with no real plan or strategy behind what we are doing.
We are looking for that quick win that will put us on the right track. We are focused on growth and sales and not always on what matters most in the marketing equation, our customers.
Roll-the-dice marketing often backfires. We end up just wasting time we don’t have and money we can’t afford.
No one is immune to this… in fact, even seasoned marketers roll the dice. It comes from being so results-focused that we put our needs before those of our ideal customer.
So how do you stop rolling the dice and wasting time and money on marketing efforts that don’t pay off?
Episode 9 | Small Biz Purposeful Marketing
I'm on vacation this week (YAY) and my internet access has been pretty much non-existent which has been awesome for disconnecting but terrible for going live. So today's show is a re-broadcast of a previous live that I've done.
In this episode hear about my recommended way for small businesses to be intentional with their efforts. Start small and expand.
Hope you love it. See in Live next week
Episode 8 | Do small businesses need brands?
On this episode of The Marketing On Purpose Show, I'll be answering the question: Do small businesses need to build brands?
Also during this episode, five reasons small businesses must take the time to create their brand strategies.
I've spent the majority of my career in brand management so creating brands and bringing them to life is what I do best. For bigger businesses and commodities, brands are key.
Episode 7 | The Marketing On Purpose Show | Dear Hayley Edition
Once a month The Marketing On Purpose Show is all about YOUR businesses and YOUR questions. And it's that time again!
During this episode, I answer four questions:
- should you change your social media strategy in the summer?
- how to get a competitive advantage if you don't own IP
- how to figure out buying triggers
- how to reach elderly customers
Have a great day!
Having spent half my life as a marketer for companies big and small, I have noticed some things that big brands and mid to large companies are doing on a consistent basis that would really serve solopreneurs and small business owners well.
Sometimes, one small change in mindset, outlook or procedure can make a huge difference to your marketing results.
During this show, I share five ideas you might want to consider adding to your marketing efforts.
During this episode of The Marketing On Purpose Show, I'm re-posting a panel discussion I had with four amazing entrepreneurs on how they have learnt to start saying "No".
Guests of the show are:
EmpowerMe Coaching by Kelly Carrigan
Amy at Click The Mouse
Catherine Doucette, Leadership & Communications Training
Leanne Cochrane of The Honey Do's
This was one of the most engaging episodes we've had so far.
The number one problem for small businesses with respect to their marketing is they don't take the time to truly identify and understand their ideal customers.
During Episode 4 of The Marketing On Purpose Show, I share three tips to help you identify your ideal customer, two things you really need to know about them and one easy action you can take now that can up your marketing game overall.
One of my favorite topics!
So how do you go from being a Parole Officer to owning a quilting studio and inventing a new form of quilt? And, what is this busy entrepreneur doing from a marketing perspective to turn this passion into a growing business?
Find out in this episode of The Marketing On Purpose Show.