Category Archives: Guerilla Marketing

Guerrilla marketing, defined by Jay Conrad Levinson in his book Guerrilla Marketing, is the act of executing an unusual or unexpected marketing activity in a common, everyday place in order to generate a buzz for your products or services.

Because guerrilla marketing tactics are different and typically more unpredictable than traditional marketing activities, they can be more memorable and produce a bigger impact. But these strategies are not without risk. In fact, key elements of a successful guerrilla marketing campaign include being bold, asserting yourself and taking a chance.

Does Social Media Marketing Really Work?

Here’s a great article written by Founder & CEO, Lisa Wlliams. http://myemail.constantcontact.com/What-s-the-Big-Deal-with-Social-Media-Marketing-.html?soid=1113248925328&aid=7c6oXUrl2W0\

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Seven Small Business Marketing Predictions for 2012

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Risky Guerrilla Marketing Strategies

Author: Alyssa Gregory Guerrilla marketing, defined by Jay Conrad Levinson in his book Guerrilla Marketing, is the act of executing an unusual or unexpected marketing activity in a common, everyday place in order to generate a buzz for your products … Continue reading

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