Conscious Marketing: 10 Fun Ways to Market Your Small Business

1.       Use surveys and assessments, make them fun and easy. You’ll get to capture email word-of-mouth-marketingaddresses and find out more about your target market

2.       Promote your clients. Feature some of your best clients and help them promote their business. People will love this, and want to get featured by you!

3.       Hold a contest, challenge, or a giveaway related to your market

4.       Partner up with someone who compliments your services and do a joint venture campaign.

5.       Create a You Tube video showcasing your talents.

6.       Host your own internet radio show – listen to mine here!

7.       Make a campaign or movement for people to participate in.

8.       Send you client a REAL card…in the mail (and other gifts too!)

9.        Host a client party, either in person or virtual. Do some giveaways, contests, and other fun things. Ask clients to bring a friend.

10.   Create a V.I.P. membership club and offer your exclusive VIP’s something other clients can’t get!

Overall, just have fun and get creative with your marketing. The more you have fun with it, the more you will want to do it. Think outside the box.

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3 Responses to “Conscious Marketing: 10 Fun Ways to Market Your Small Business”


  1. 1 Sabine April 9, 2009 at 6:52 pm

    These are some great Ideas.

    Some – like sending a REAL card seem so simple – yet have such great impact. We are so geared toward emails, mass mailings etc – that we tend to forget just how much a personal note means.

    If you follow it up with a quick visit or a phone call – even more memorable.

    • 2 acostantine April 9, 2009 at 7:09 pm

      I agree! We do forget the impact of a personal note or the phone call every now and then. It definitely sets you apart when you pick up the phone or do something different.

  2. 3 Melissa April 11, 2009 at 7:47 pm

    This is great advice! Right now I’m tapping my facebook friends to answer some survey questions to help me develop my “green” product. After I finalize my product I intend to “test” it for free for those that are interested so I can get even better feedback! Thank you for the thoughtful contribution!


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