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That is a very interesting article by shea. This article points out that social media eg facebook and twitter are helpful sites for companies to advet their products and service, but this does not mean social media is always great strategy for engaging customers effectively. Customer Engagement is an important tool as it helps companies to talk directly to their customer and achieve the most effective information of their brand image and products. Social media extremely influences consumers lives therfore, marketers need to understand the effect that social media has on customers.
To stay afloat during this tough economic period, companies must change with the times; this sometimes includes a new logo or even a whole new brand identi
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I loved this article as it simply highlights the history to changing logo to. In my opinons I definitely agree that the logos have become common these days, as consumers will find this easier to remember a company.logo sends a message about your services or product and attracts the target market also logo strengthens branding which helps business become memorable. It's often easier for customers to remember images than words.Great article by Charlotte, definitely highlights that the brand image and logo are important in creating an emotional response with consumers.
Here are six baseline budgeting frameworks you can use to determine the best marketing budget allocation for your small business: (Marketing Budgets: How Much Should My Small Business Spend on Marketing?
Great article by Sharifa and Trang in my opinons the title and the first line sums up the article up. “How much should a mall business spend on marketing?” I think that small businesses are on there first step so, they should spend less on marketing and fouces more on their products or service. Sometimes businesses spend too much money on advertising and promotions, which in return they forget about vital marketing strategies."Many small businesses grapple with the idea of spending too much–or too little–on marketing” this line explains quite a lot of ideas about marketing itselfs. Small businesses should look at their overall current profits then try to allocate the suitable budgets. I agree with this article as simply explains about the small marketing strategies.
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