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Startup Marketing Campaigns You Need to Follow

 When you are struggling to launch a business, marketing seems like just another expensive obstacle toward achieving your goal. Yet, more accurately, marketing could mean the difference between a successful startup and a total flop. Instead of mindlessly throwing money at online ad space, you should think more critically about your marketing campaign, especially at…

Do The Things That Don’t Scale

The following is a guest post by ChopDawg.com, an award-winning app development company that has worked with over 180+ startups and companies from all around the globe, helping them bring their web apps, mobile apps, wearable apps and software ideas to life. Follow ChopDawg.com on Twitter at @ChopDawgStudios. Can we scale it? Well, does it scale? How would…

4 Tips for E-Commerce Entrepreneurs to Hit It Big

The following is a guest post by Christina Coons. Christina is a professional digital marketer at Northcutt, an inbound marketing agency. She specializes in e-commerce, social media, and public relations, and spends her days helping brands succeed online. Whether you’ve just launched your first e-commerce business or your 50th, one thing is certain: it takes…

7 Reasons Why Every Business Needs a Blog

The following is a guest post by Matt Banner, a seasoned blogger and entrepreneur with a decade of experience in the online world of blogging, SEO, and marketing. You can find him online @BlastYourBlog. In today’s world, every business has a website. From small mom and pop shops, to giant corporations. We live in an online…

How to Market Your Startup on a Zero Budget

The following is a guest post by Market Inspector, a B2B digital marketplace that offers the opportunity to compare quotes and offers from quality suppliers. You can follow their blog here. Wondering how you can promote your business without spending money? Startup businesses are constantly thriving to get noticed in the market and reach their customers. Marketing…

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