Today, more and more marketing activities are taking place online, and therefore digitally. Entrepreneurs are busy blogging, vlogging and tweeting. Nobody denies the importance of all these means of communication, but it does not get any easier for the average entrepreneur to still stand out to potential customers. How do you ensure that the head of your company rises above ground level? A very nice option to achieve that, which unfortunately is used by far too few entrepreneurs, is to create your own magazine. In this blog we explain how that works.
What do you think about when it comes to advertising? Facebook ads, ads in Google and influencers promoting a product on Instagram. But what makes these digital ways of advertising better than the old-school way? Are flyers, leaflets and magazines still useful and if so, why? Read below the 4 benefits of using print to customize your business or service and why they still work!
Almost all experts expect the corona crisis to culminate in a long period of financially difficult times for many companies. Insofar as companies do not go bankrupt, many of them will still have to tighten their belts firmly in order not to go under in the coming years. On the one hand, that is a doom scenario; on the other hand, it is an opportunity to distinguish yourself from your competition by surviving, being smarter, being more entrepreneurial and daring to look ahead.
Imagine the perfect organizational system. One that supports and improves all the work you do, telling you exactly where to put a piece of information and where to find it when you need it. Ideally, this system is: universal and includes all kinds of information from any source; flexible, applicable to any project or any activity you undertake, now and in the future; simple, it requires minimal maintenance, cataloging, tagging or reorganizing usable, integrates seamlessly with other methods of task management and project management platform independent, can be used with any application, ...
Thuiswinkel Markt Monitor: Dutch online consumer spending will increase by 12% in Q2 to € 6.36 billion
Ede, September 25, 2020 - As expected, the COVID-19 outbreak has had a greater impact on the e-commerce sector in the second quarter of 2020 than in the first three months. Online spending on services, such as travel and tickets, fell even more sharply (-45% compared to Q2 2019), but was more than offset by the growth in online spending on products (+ 52%). Total online consumer spending thus increased by 12% to € 6.36 billion and in the first half of 2020 by 4% to € 12.40 billion. This is evident from the most recent version of the Thuiswinkel Markt ...
Originally guest blog 2014 by Desirée Boon, Communication student Update from August 2020 by editorial staff In the Netherlands, the use of WhatsApp is still increasing, some 12.1 million Dutch people will use the app in 2020. A visible development is that more and more companies are looking for go to the options for using WhatsApp for business. WhatsApp marketing: the free app is particularly suitable for increasing the reach and service of companies.