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It's time to shout it from the rooftops! You've got a great product or service. But how do you get publicity -- and how do you find customers? Read about small business marketing strategies, from social media and public relations to SEO and email marketing.
The singer has captured the attention of millions through cryptic-yet-savvy social media updates. How can women entrepreneurs similarly intrigue clients and customers?
A comedienne’s terrifying recent experience with a Lyft driver and a lawsuit against Uber have added new urgency to conversations about the safety of rideshare apps for women and families.
The 77-year-old business mogul shows no signs of slowing down – as the ad for her new cooking competition show demonstrates. That’s the kind of spirit we want to see more of in the world.
In honor of Women’s History Month, female entrepreneurs will now be able to broadcast their venture’s woman-owned status through their Yelp business listings.
Michelle Kennedy took what she learned while growing dating apps Badoo and Bumble to invent social networking app Peanut, which connects women discussing motherhood.
Don’t try this one at home, folks. We’re all for publicity – but not many people can pull off something as ridiculous as this.
The freshman Congresswoman’s online presence is equal parts radical and powerful. Learn from an influential millennial who grew up in a tweeting, snapping world.
Tesla, Nike and Payless made big splashes this year with savvy, buzzy publicity stunts. Look back on them with us, and read about women entrepreneurs who have tested similar waters.
Pam Marrone of Marrone Bio Innovations has a unique way to stand out. It’s a clever small business marketing strategy, too.
It’s the season of giving. But make sure your donation of time or gifts in kind aligns with your values, says Lorrie Thomas Ross, a marketing expert.
Direct selling, multi-level marketing, brand ambassadors — you may have heard these terms, but what do they mean? We break down each one, and talk with an entrepreneur who’s using two of them.
Here’s how black women entrepreneurs can successfully — and authentically — brand their businesses, from an expert member of the community.
Colleen DeBaise, author of two books on entrepreneurship, provides advice on small business marketing strategies.
Follow these three steps to avoid hard-to-pronounce or silly names…like “Safetynuts,” says Jennifer Fitzgerald of Policygenius.