Archives for September 2013

Location Marketing

Marketing advice ukLocalised Marketing Is A Business’ Best Resource, says The Prudent Marketer Steve Mills

Steve Mills, the Prudent Marketer, and expert in all things business, is encouraging businesses large and small to take advantage of the local markets that they have access to online. It is said that local marketing is one of the biggest opportunities for leads that businesses currently have access to, and making the most of this type of marketing can help to create dedicated client bases across the country.

Location marketing, with examples including the daily deal sites such as Groupon, as well as the social network Foursquare, which is based around checking into certain locations to receive promotions and discounts, are both great examples of ways in which businesses are tapping into the local marketing phenomenon. Consumers love to find deals and discounts which are exclusive to their area, and that statistics speak for themselves. Localised marketing produces a 67% better customer response, consumer connectivity is improved by 39% and almost three in ten people become more loyal to a brand when it markets specifically in their area.

Steve Mills says, “In the past few years we have seen a huge rise in the number of businesses attempting to try out localised marketing and see how successful it could be for them. Local websites are linking everything from social media and mobile usage to local search content and review sites, all of which combine to create a complete package for consumers. This is something that all marketing departments should be looking into on some scale, as they attempt to generate more leads for a business.”

After determining the role of local marketing in a business’ strategy, businesses should start putting together websites which target local content. Automated content capability is a distinct advantage, as it means that web teams don’t need to constantly update each local page every day. Then, using local web media channels, businesses can reach customers locally and drive traffic to their website, boosting their brand and also their profits. Marketers can also use local marketing to learn about their marketing ROI, modifying their strategy and placing more investment in this channel if necessary.

It seems strange that, with globalisation and the digital world makes the whole planet smaller, consumers should be so preoccupied with the businesses in their local area, but the figures cannot be argued with; 73% of online search activity is related to local business, and 49% of marketers believe that local marketing will be essential to business growth and lead generation in the coming years.

For more information about Steve Mills, the Prudent Marketer, and to discover some of his personal marketing tips, visit www.theprudentmarketer.com

 

LinkedIn Marketing | Combine LinkedIn With Content Marketing For Marketing That Packs a Punch

Steve Mills - Marketing Advice

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A recent study of over 50,000 active LinkedIn members has shown that 85% of marketers believe that LinkedIn is the most effective social network when it comes to delivering high-quality content to engaged consumers. 71% of those surveyed also said that the audience relevance they find on LinkedIn is one of the most important elements of content marketing. In light of these statistics, Steve Mills, the Prudent Marketer, is urging more businesses to combine content marketing with LinkedIn to create a marketing strategy with high impact.

Steve Mills, who runs The LinkedIn Academy, where business owners can learn how to use LinkedIn to grow a business, says, “The majority of people who attend my seminars and workshops have LinkedIn profiles that read like their CV. There is no indication on these profiles why high-profile decision makers or influencers should engage with this individual, and they are not demonstrating why their content is relevant. It is important for business owners to utilise the powerful tool that is LinkedIn to share high-quality content with their network, and establish themselves as thought leaders in their chosen fields.”

With a series of webinars, online training sessions, one-to-one sessions with Steve Mills himself and in-house workshops held at regular intervals throughout the year, any business owner can learn how to use LinkedIn for content marketing. The courses provided at The LinkedIn Academy include everything from setting up personal and company profiles, to setting goals for LinkedIn marketing and getting those all-important referrals and conversions. Content marketing will help with all of these things, as LinkedIn endeavours to fulfil the task it laid down for itself: for businesses to use its service to be helpful and relevant, rather than plugging away at sales and leads.

Creating relevant content for use in marketing will be something that is personal and unique to each business, but this content would be useless without an in-depth knowledge of how to make LinkedIn work for a business. Taking a seminar at The LinkedIn Academy allows marketers to discover how to build lists of contacts and influential figures who will be interested in their content, link your blog and your website to achieve important conversions and referrals, and track ROI on LinkedIn. All of these aspects should be in place before content marketing comes into the picture, to offer the business the best possible platform to succeed in the digital arena.

For more information about Steve Mills, the Prudent Marketer, and to discover some of his personal marketing tips, visit www.theprudentmarketer.com

About Steve Mills

Steve Mills helps clients to create more leads. Over the past 17 years, Steve has built a reputation for helping businesses to market themselves using his ‘Marketing without Money Formula’. Never one to take unnecessary risks for himself or his client, Steve is now known as The Prudent Marketer.

Steve established his reputation by training thousands of business people in how to market themselves without a budget. He has spoken to audiences all over the world and authored three highly successful marketing books as well as writing articles for many leading business magazines. He is the founder of The LinkedIn Training Academy which provides training, coaching and mentoring, through video, audio, workshops and webinars.

 

Business Coaching Services | The best question ever…

Steve Mills - Marketing AdvisorWhat is the one thing that you can do today in your business/life/relationship/health to get the biggest positive impact?

Kenya Attack

Just a short note to offer my deepest sympathy to the people and families affected by the recent troubles in Nairobi, Kenya.  I have a clients there and several of their clients were caught up on the attack.

Internet marketing training Berkshire

Are you missing out on one of your biggest opportunities?

If I could show you how to get a significant amount of business on-line, you’d be interested in learning more, wouldn’t you? 

Well that is exactly what I am doing on 9th October 2013.

I am holding a workshop, where I will share with you the marketing strategies that will grow your business dramatically, using my‘Simple Stuff that Works Formula’ for internet marketing strategies.
This workshop is not for Internet Marketing Experts and not for ‘Techies’, but rather it is for small business owners and those involved in the marketing of those businesses.


If you attend, you will learn many new strategies for boosting your business with the minimum amount of effort and money. In addition to this, coming along and joining us will require a minimum amount of risk!
Most business owners have a website and an e-mail marketing system,. They may even have set themselves up on facebook, and LinkedIn, or one of the other social media sites, but, are they using these tools effectively? Often not. 

To take advantage of this offer, simply register now by clicking here


Any questions, please give me a call.
The proof of the pudding is in eating (that is what my Mum always used to say). So, if you want to go to Google and type in – Internet Marketing Training Berskhire, you will see the results that I we achieve here.

Steve Mills – The Prudent Marketer speaking at The Canadian High Commission

Internet Training venueSteve recently spoke at the Canadian Chamber of Commerce event at the Canadian High Commission in London.  He was talking about using the Internet to grow your business.

Here is a link to the Chambers newsletter, which contains details and photographs of Steve’s talk – www.canada-uk.org/newsletters/SeptOct2013.pdf

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Coverage of Steve’s event is on page 13 with another photo on the front page.

 

Steve Mills – The Prudent Marketer is speaking at BCAS Conference

Steve Mills - The Prudent MarketerSteve is speaker at The BCAS 2013 Autumn Conference taking place on Wednesday 2 October in the Kestrel Suite at the Heritage Motor Centre, Gaydon, Warwickshire.

Registration is now open for the 2013 Autumn Conference being held on Wednesday 2 October at the Heritage Motor Centre. The speakers have been confirmed and each week we will be sending a summary of each presentation to all registered delegates.

The Conference will finish with a Q&A session then an extensive buffet lunch will be served.
Non-members are welcome to attend by paying a non-member delegate fee of £75+VAT. This delegate fee is refunded if your company applies for BCAS membership after the Conference and your application is accepted.
If you are interested in attending or require more details please email chris@bcas.org.uk.

 

Educating Children in Africa

B1G1We are committed to helping business owners improve their business and we are also committed to helping Children in Africa to gain access to education.  We do this through a charity called www.B1G1.com.  Every time someone books onto our workshop, we educate a child in Africa for a month.  Last week we had eight people on our LinkedIn workshop and so we paid for eight months of training in Africa!

David Beckham has sold £1 billion worth of football shirts – The power of fame…

Did you know that David Beckham has sold £1 billion worth of football shirts
during his career?  — and 1 million shirts in his first year at Real Madrid alone!

Wow!  Celebrity status is really powerful.  How can you become a key person of influence in your niche?  If you are a plumber, how can you become a celebrity in your town, or village and ensure that everyone knows you and what you do?

The seven key performance indicators of a successful business

There are seven KPI’s (key performance indicators) for you to implement if you want to be successful in your business.

They are:

  1. An effective business map
  2. Consistent and strategic innovation
  3. World class marketing
  4. Sales mastery systems
  5. Financial and legal analysis
  6. Consistent optimisation and maximisation
  7. Consistently creating raving fans and culture

My question for you is – On a scale of 1 to 10 how good are you at the above seven KPI’s?  Need help?  Call Steve Mills on 0118 930 5700.

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