Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Custom QR codes

I am QRazy for QR codes!  Don't put an ugly black code on your beautiful marketing piece.  Let me customize your code with your logo and company's colors.  Check out my website for some uber cool codes that are sure to get you some scans!

Sunday, October 16, 2011

Aren't you QRious?

I'm adding to my list of cool graphic design tricks the art of hacking QR codes! Hacking has a really bad connotation, however, this 'hacking' is fabulous for your business. Not only can I supply you with a QR code, which is an excellent marketing tool, but I can add your logo and company's colors to the code. There's not too many other designers out there doing this, so get yours now and be the coolest business on the block. Your competitors will be so jealous!  To see more totally custom QR codes that I've done for businesses, please visit my website at

Thanks for stopping by!

Monday, October 10, 2011

Marketing Tip #3

Use buddy marketing to promote your business.
For example, if you send out brochures, you could include a leaflet and/or business card of another business, which had agreed to do the same for you. This gives you the chance to reach a whole new pool of potential customers.

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Thursday, October 6, 2011

marketing on a small budget

Here's tip #2 as promised.  A few days late...dealing with sick kids at home is no fun!

No single marketing effort works all the time for every business, so rotate several marketing tactics and vary your approach.
Your customers tune out after awhile if you toot only one note. Not only that, YOU get bored. Marketing can be fun, so take advantage of the thousands of opportunities available for communicating your value to customers. But don't be arbitrary about your selection of a variety of marketing ploys. Plan carefully. Get feedback from customers and adapt your efforts accordingly.

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Monday, October 3, 2011

Marketing tips for a tight budget

For the next 10 days I'll be posting a tip a day for small business marketing on a shoe string budget.  Here's tip #1.  For a sneak peak of what is to come check out my other blog at

  1. Print your best small ad on a postcard and mail it to prospects in your targeted market.
    People read postcards when the message is brief. A small ad on a postcard can drive a high volume of traffic to your web site and generate a flood of sales leads for a very small cost.