Bowling for Business: The Rules of the Mobile Road

Users with a camera phone equipped with the correct reader application can scan the image of the QR code to display text, contact information, connect to a wireless network, or open a webpage in the phone’s internet browser. QR Codes are free and easy for advertisers to create and customers to access.

Bowling for Business: Instead of slashing prices, add value

At a time when most business owners are slashing budgets and services in a mad scramble to survive, Disney thrives. Instead of drastically reducing prices and cutting back on their offerings, they continue to invest millions to improve and enhance their products. We would all do well to take a few cues from the entertainment giant.

Bowling for Business: Yelp Yourself

My reasons for sharing this story are threefold: 1. If we want our mountain community to survive, we have to buy local. 2. If we buy local, merchants need to show their appreciation for our support by going the extra mile.3. As consumers, we should take advantage of electronic forums to share positive and negative experiences about merchants near and far.

Bowling for Business: Lighten Up

But how do you capture the attention of your target market so you can tell them what you’ve got, what it will do for them and how to get it? Most of us are too busy to focus on anything for more than a few minutes. So how can you cut through the noise? Take a cue from the most memorable and successful marketing campaigns of all time. Make ’em laugh.

Bowling for Business: Chamber Made for Marketing

The economy has made it necessary for most of us to carefully measure every single purchase. If it doesn’t cut the mustard, it gets axed. And, in many ways, (being budget- conscious) is a good thing. After all, why pay for something unless it actively improves the bottom line?

Bowling for Business: I Advertise, Therefore I Am

Looking back, I remain convinced my troubles were not the result of any mental defect or motor skill-related disability but simply a matter of perspective. I failed to trigger the sensors so they were not aware of my presence. Are potential customers aware of yours?

Bowling for Business: Business sucks? There’s an App for that.

At home, if I’m not checking available points in my Weight Watcher’s tracker, I’m logged onto Facebook, Twitter or LinkedIn, reading an iBook or eMagazine, playing Mahjong or balancing our checkbook with Quicken. At work, I’m almost always updating blog posts, tweeting on behalf of clients or evaluating website analytics.

Bowling for Business: Marketing Lessons from Oscar

Entrepreneurs who understand this concept are able to leverage it for increased brand name recognition, customer loyalty and, ultimately, higher sales. When we sign a new website client at Mountain Marketing Group, the first order of business is to create or refine the client’s logo and slogan since these steps are foundational to effective advertising and public relations.