For the last month we’ve all been bombarded by print, TV and radio ads whose sponsors claimed to be the ultimate resource for parents and students going back to school. Now that the kids are all equipped and back in the classroom, it’s time to change the way you think about going back-to-school.
Unlike these retailers, your business can provide real value to the teachers, students, coaches and parents in your community in ways that can boost your bottom line, build your reputation and give you the means to give back where it counts the most, right in your own neighborhood.
To that end, I pulled a whole page out of my new book, 365 Days of Marketing, to suggest a whole host of ways you can build business while going back to school this year, and they’re all featured in my post on the Bonney Lake-Sumner edition of the Patch [CLICK HERE].
If you like this, subscribe to my e-mail newsletter which always includes original content and links to more articles that will motivate, inspire and challenge you. It’s free, you can opt out any time, and I probably won’t bother you more than once each week!