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Tuesday, September 01, 2009

Simple Marketing Now - August 2009 Update

SimplifyHappy first day of September... which leads me to a Simple Marketing Now update!

Over at the Simple Marketing Blog, I write about marketing strategy and creative, practical, simple marketing approaches and best practices - many of which may be relevant to you and your businesses as you explore what's possible. The blog also acts as newsroom for Simple Marketing Now.

If you haven't already, I'd love for you to check it out, subscribe and even tell others about it if you like what you see.

Here follow highlights from this past August 2009.

In my ongoing case study series, I've just published the Wear-Dated Website Redesign: Case Study.

Many thanks to FindAnyFloor.com for inviting me to contribute information about me and my business: see FindAnyFloor.com Supports Simple Marketing.

Here is a link to my latest article Ignite Consumer-Dealer Sales On MarketingProfs Daily Fix. This will be of particular interest if you are involved in coop advertising programs and sell products through dealer networks, as we did in the carpet fiber business.

Are you planning on attending Surfaces 2010? If yes, I hope you'll register for one of my two sessions including the one of a kind 3 hour workshop described in Marketing In A Recession - Strategy Series.

As it relates to marketing strategy and creative, practical, simple marketing approaches and best practices, check out the following posts:

+ Practical Social Media Knowledge
+ Mayo Clinic's Lee Aase: Simple Marketing In Action...
+ Listening To Customers With Twitter
+ Social Media Marketing's Rules Of Engagement

Last bit of news, Simple Marketing Now now has a really nifty Facebook page. If you haven't already, would you consider becoming a Fan? Simply click on the Simple Marketing Now link which will transport you to fandom...

Thank you!

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