Traditional forms of marketing are an important part of the marketing mix
Small business marketing support
When I graduated in 1998 with my degree in marketing, the Internet and World Wide Web were new and didn't form part of the degree programme. Whilst I now use the Internet for the majority of the marketing support I provide, traditional marketing still plays an important part in marketing strategy.
I provide marketing support for:
Branding – Creating a brand identity and deploying it through your company to ensure your brand values are reflected in everything you do.
Brochures – Writing content, sourcing images and designing the layout all to promote your business in the best light.
Case Studies – Interviewing clients and writing-up scenarios which demonstrate your company’s expertise.
Events – Organising venues, speakers, invitations and post event follow-up for seminars, workshops, charity events and corporate entertaining.
Exhibitions – Sourcing relevant exhibitions, booking the space, designing the stand and implementing a pre, during and post event strategy to ensure you get the most out of your investment.
Factsheets – Producing a range of factsheets to add value to your customers and provide prospects with a taster of how you can help them.
Newsletters – Writing and designing regular company newsletters to keep your customers informed of important developments and company news.
Press Releases – Generating ideas for stories, writing the article, taking relevant photographs to accompany the press release, and distributing the press release to relevant media outlets.