PRINT IS NOT DEAD!! Adding print to your marketing plan is what we call "marketing diversity" you need to have your message going out across all marketing channels. Print Ads, Direct mail, Newsletters, Postcards, Flyers, Brochures, Catalogs, Annual Reports, Event Programs, and more.
Your logo is a quick look at your brand. Just like your face tells all about you, so your logo sets the stage for how people will perceive your company. Lyric Marketing has worked with great companies to create and design their "identity" or logo and overall look, we can do the same for you.
Now is the time to get off the “marketing” fence and put your marketing into gear. How can your business take off if you are not geared up and in “drive”? Now is the time to put social media, the Internet, and a distinctive message to work for you.
In this day and time, in our businesses we are all looking for “the one thing”. That one tool or product that will get our marketing done, bring us prospects, make the sale, clean our house, make us happy….I could go on.
"People will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel" ...Maya Angelou
How will people remember you? Building a legacy of your own requires your attention to the details that tender service, love of people, and authenticity.
Where do you start? That’s the question I get often when I’m asked how to help a company market using social media tools. The people who contact me are smart. They tell me things like, “Yeah, they said we should start with a blog, and we said, ‘like the blog we already have?’”
Not to mention just the fun of trolling through the virtual "Twitter lounge" and hearing a variety of conversations, I really do have a method to my madness in using Twitter. It may be a trend, it my be a surge in pop-culture distraction that will wane, it may be the real thing, and it might just be getting us all ready for the next GOOGLE WAVE, but Twitter has my attention at this moment.
One thing is for certain in today's business climate, when there is no demand for your services, there is no business. Creating the need then becomes one of the primary focuses for any business development professional.