Your Story Is Your Marketing Strategy

When you’re a small business, you ARE your business. So to market it properly, you need to engage your clients’ hearts and minds with the wonder of who you really are. Here’s a great article about that:

Tell your company’s story.

Everyone likes to know the story behind the story, especially when there is an underdog or a hero involved. I was recently talking to the owner of a collections agency who told me he started his business because another company bought the one he was working for, and asked him to let go of most of the team. Rather than doing that, he himself quit and started his own company, brought the entire team over to his new venture, and successfully avoided firing many people. Learning his story helped me see the kinder side of a business that otherwise seemed heartless, and I immediately felt myself rooting for%2

via Your Story Is Your Marketing Strategy.

Tell the story of your business, your product and most importantly of you. You can’t pay for better marketing than that.

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