OXFORD COMMUNICATIONS in central NJ offers five marketing resolutions for 2010 to help brands leverage industry trends and prepare for the consumerism renaissance.
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WHAT TRENDS should entrepreneurs look for in 2010? Kenneth A Kaufman, CEO of CFOwise, has released his top ten trends that founders, CEOs, and entrepreneurs of start-up, emerging, and medium sized businesses should consider.
DEBTGURU.COM, a debt management company at www.DebtGuru.com, reminds small businesses that tax time is getting closer.
YOU MAY NOT want to join your local martial arts establishment to get a black belt, but you should purchase Marketing Guru, Ali Pervez’s new book, “Get Your Black Belt in Marketing.” (Morgan James Publishing NY, December 2009).
IN A RECENT survey on identity theft, Americans said their number one fear was having a bank account, credit card or other personal information stolen from their computers.
ALL THE NEGATIVITY of today’s world comes swirling into the consumers’ living rooms when they turn on the TV or listen to the radio, and get bombarded with the words, “recession, TARP, unemployment, foreclosures,” and other less than positive descriptors.
BEYOND SEARCH, a firm that tracks social networks on the Internet, has released its list of the top ten social network trends to come in 2010.
As far as mobile Web shopping may have come in recent years, it’s still not quite in a position to threaten wired online shopping.
“Buy Local” campaigns were a big part of the holiday shopping season last month, and it seems that they had a positive effect for independent retailers.
In this day and age of social media, it’s of paramount importance that businesses communicate and interact with their customers online.