Happy New Year! Now that the holidays are behind us we can clearly focus on the year ahead. With regard to business marketing and planning I encourage you to ask yourself these questions: What would you like to occur differently? Have you seen your market change in the past year? How will you adapt? Do you know what led your customers to purchase or utilize your services? If you aren't keeping track of this or asking why you were ultimately selected, you may want to implement
This Thanksgiving, Walsh Communications wishes to extend its sincere gratitude to you for your past patronage and business friendship. We wish you and yours a Happy Thanksgiving and a joyous holiday season. And please remember that even though the holidays are here, I remain available for your marketing needs. I'd love to be thankful for your referrals as well! #PR #Thanksgiving #Localbusinessmarketing #marketingexperts #Marketinghelp #Experiencecounts #nosubsituteforexperien
Marketing is subjective: Everyone is a marketer but when it comes to getting the job done right and on time - professional assistance might be helpful. It sounds logical yet I hear from some that they will take care of it "when they get around to it..." and before you know it, time has passed and the blog hasn't been written, your news release is now old news and the e-mail blast has not gone out. A few reasons why are outlined below. Why wait to invest money in the future of
With the passing of an old year and the dawning of a new one, we want to extend our warmest regards for a healthy and happy 2017.
May the coming weeks and months bring you peace and prosperity, new and rekindled friendships, fresh opportunities and enriching experiences. Our New Year's resolution to you is to provide the highest caliber customer service, creativity and customized solutions
for your business to succeed in 2017 and beyond. We're grateful for your past patron
In the playoffs, baseball teams call on their skilled veterans to lead them to a championship. Movie studios enlist a talented director when they need a box-office hit. And when Uncle Sam authorizes an important military operation, he relies on the practiced prowess of the Marines. Indeed, whether you're looking to save the world or save your business, there's no substitute for experience. And yet, so many companies cut corners and choose the least expensive options available