How to Write a Strong Marketing Proposal

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Updated: July 4, 2014 Writing a strong marketing proposal is key to winning new business. It is the point of reference that both you and your client will reference when there is a need to establish expectations, objectives and successes. Over the years, I have written a lot of marketing proposals. Some were really bad and some were great. In the past year or so, I've begun to hone in on what I believe to be a strong marketing proposal template. Since this is one of the keys to success, I … [Read more...]

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If you're one of the millions who have started, or already use Twitter, me too. I signed up a long time ago just to see what it was all about. Honestly, at the time, I didn't get why I could or would be interested in knowing the fine-details of anybody, let alone strangers. Well, I've changed my tune. Twitter Shirt from igadget.com - $20 In the past 30-days, I've embarked on a challenge to see how and, most importantly, why I should integrate Twitter into my everyday life. That's an easy … [Read more...]

Gas is getting cheaper!

Perception has a way of creating value in ways that, when honestly assessed, don't make a lot of sense: A latte costs $32 a gallon, on average A gallon of Smoothie King (Gladiator) smoothie costs $27.16/gallon (not including tax) A cup of regular coffee costs $16/gallon, on average It's about $2/glass for soda at a restaurant, an average of $12.80/gallon A gallon of Aquafina water could cost you at least $13.50, on average The above list consists of items that most American's … [Read more...]