The critical link between brand and cause.
You are your ideal client.
Advertising changes every single day – what worked today may or may not work tomorrow. Before you get tripped up about changing your marketing approach or blow your entire advertising budget on gimmicks that are consistently ignored by online browsers, consider which marketing tactics work on you.
A big trend in small business advertising is to go where your ideal demographic is hanging out and create some buzz through a clever and fun campaign. This doesn’t have to be an expensive approach, but because you will be gaining a presence on different platforms it can take time to be effective in raising brand consciousness and awareness. Still, one of the hottest trends in creating out-of-the-box-buzz is getting reviewed by fellow mom bloggers. Enough noise about a brand can lead to that coveted spot on a store shelf.
On this show, I will be chatting with my friend, Abby Fatica and her new business partner, Monica Mylet about their latest endeavor to help Mommy Bloggers and Mommy Inventors connect for better brand relationships. If you have been successful in building your social community, Trackersphere can help you leverage that influence and use it to elevate your bottom line.
We’ll be discussing the many new tools and resources that can help you bridge the gap in your business relationships whether you are a blogger, a brand or both.
Abby Fatica & Monica Mylet
Abbey is top rated in her field of marketing for small businesses and bloggers focused on complete understanding of target demographics, niche fulfillment, and client satisfaction.
Monica Mylet is the Co-founder and CEO of TrackerSphere, and also the inventor of Little Looster, LLC. She has been awarded a US Patent, Trademarks and both the NAPPA Gold Medal Award and TNPC Seal of Approval. In the late 1990’s, Monica joined Marc Benioff in the start-up of Salesforce.com.