3 Marketing Stories Every Small Business Must Tell

3 Marketing Stories Every Small Business Must Tell

As a small business owner, did you know there are 3 critical marketing stories you must be telling to turn your prospects into customers? Marketing stories are so important now, especially for small business, because traditional marketing doesn’t work like it used to...
Google + Wikipedia = Local Search Superpower

Google + Wikipedia = Local Search Superpower

What do Google and Wikipedia have to do with local search? As it turns out, they have quite a lot to do with it. You already know that everything you do to make local search work for your prospects and customers helps your business get seen and shared and talked about...
Facebook Live and Messenger: The Future is Now

Facebook Live and Messenger: The Future is Now

A lot of new things are happening in the world of Facebook lately. Facebook Live and Facebook Messenger are steadily rolling out new ways to connect, create, and share content – and that means you, the small business owner, now have more unique opportunities to...
Generate Local Business With Pinterest

Generate Local Business With Pinterest

Pinterest reached 100 million active users last year – and if used thoughtfully – it can help drive local business to your brick-and-mortar location. Highly visual and easy to use, Pinterest is a platform where people go for inspiration, ideas and...
Seasonal Storytelling: Spring [Infographic]

Seasonal Storytelling: Spring [Infographic]

Welcome to spring! Now is the perfect time to kickstart your seasonal storytelling with fresh new phrases and words that trigger all five senses for your readers. Who doesn’t enjoy reading a story about a bakery when the aroma of the warm, yeasty loaves lifts...
[Infographic] Small Business Superpower

[Infographic] Small Business Superpower

Recently, we published a post on how to tell a story about your small business superpower. It was so well received that we decided to condense it into an infographic that you can keep on hand as a quick tip sheet of sorts. Your company’s Superpower is something...