Do you share some of the same thoughts as Frank? Do you need help advertising but don’t know where to start?
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Well the short answer is YES, it can. And now for the long answer…
Direct marketing is the fastest way to get your message to your target audience. For more than 40 years this form of advertising has been proven over and over again by providing its advertisers the best return on investment.
You have probably heard of some very successful flyer distribution stories and you have possibly heard of some unsuccessful stories too, make no mistake that if ...
Creating a brochure for your own business is not easy. This is why some business owners choose to outsource the creation of their brochure design along with the printing and distribution too. If you want to create your own brochure design, or you simply want to be more involved in the designing process, then here are some key points to remember.
The first thing to consider for your brochure design is your purpose. What kind of brochure do you need? Is ...Continue Reading →
Creating content for your blog or website is a mammoth (and sometimes tedious) task, especially if you’re not someone inclined to throw together a 500 word article on a daily basis or you’re a small business owner that has lack of time or funds to pay for someone else to do it. That’s why content curation can be a bit of a lifeline when it comes to filling out your blog. Everything you could possibly think of has been written about ...Continue Reading →
The late Sir Paul Callaghan – an entrepreneurial kiwi, world-leading scientist, and Rutherford Medal awardee, said in 2011 that New Zealand chooses to be poor because we don’t focus on leveraging our high-value innovation. Nothing brings his insight into sharper focus than a recent steep drop in commodity prices, as our hard working farmers start feeling the effects of volume competition and exchange rate driven export market whimsy. Fonterra dropped its payout forecast for 2014-15 to an eight year low ...Continue Reading →