If there’s one thing small business marketing, it’s this: trendy. The difference between that word and the connotation is that these kinds of “trends” tend to last a really long time and sort of evolve in a way. That’s why just about every small business out there has to observe the trends and take note — if you want to be successful in your small business, follow the trends and master them.
Luckily You Only Have Three Small Business Marketing Trends to Worry About (Currently)
With technology always consistently evolving, newer channels and methods arise like osmosis within seeming minutes. The good news, though, is that once you dive your head into these trends, anything else coming afterward will be a lot easier to absorb as you become more and more accustomed to the innovations.
Don’t be intimidated, though. Just pull out the notebook and take your notes. Your small business will need it.
- Location-Based Marketing — Believe it or not, but this is an old adage (it just wasn’t called this, more like “word-of-mouth,” maybe?). Click here to find out what this “innovative” location-based thing is all about.
- Live Stream Video — Who knew that you could use Facebook Live or Twitter to maximize your small business? This article knew.
- And What Is “Micro-Marketing”? — What a contrast. Doesn’t it seem counter-productive, though? We always want a “bigger is better” mentality. Read this and you’ll change your mind.
And you can expect more trends to come any time. Don’t wait around for them.
Take Advantage of What’s Out There IMMEDIATELY
This is especially the case for the small business atmosphere. Not many businesses — especially the small ones — survive. So you want the very best possible chance. Get with the trends, and you stand that much of a better chance of surviving — and succeeding.