The Essence of IMJustice Marketing IMJustice Marketing is simple, effective, and affordable—I am not the most prestigious solution, but effective, nonetheless. The core idea of “IMJustice” is that effective Small Business Marketing is a strategy exploration and implementation process, not an event composed of simple, effective, and affordable Tactical Marketing techniques. And to coin a phrase, that’s “Justice” in […]Continue reading »
Reputation Management is a form of marketing that monitors, maintains and modifies the way a company is perceived online. Do you know what they are saying about you?
The Purpose of Marketing I mean, what is Marketing really supposed to do? Well, in a nutshell, Marketing is supposed to help facilitate your prospects’ decision-making process. There are prospects out there that need to buy what you sell. Sometimes they need to be educated to the fact that they need to buy what you sell in the first […]Continue reading »
Even if your business has an established customer base, the only way to continue to grow your business is by keeping your customers interested and happy. These happy customers, in turn, produce more customers by way of positive reviews and word of mouth recommendations – not to mention feeding your bottom line with their repeat business. If you want […]Continue reading »
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Is my online reputation really that important? Yes. Your online reputation can literally make or break your business. In this dominant digital world, the internet is often the first place consumers look for information on local businesses. Consumers now voice their opinions of different products and services online. They can even do it anonymously. There are no real laws in […]Continue reading »