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A marketing strategy tells you what to say, how to say it and who to say it to in order to make more sales. Our guide to the basics.

How to market your business online - from your website to social networking, advertising, search engine optimisation, email marketing and more.

The basics you need to know about raising your business profile through advertising, and how to make sure your campaigns are successful.

Focusing on taking care of your existing customers could be much better for your bottom line than chasing new business. The basics of customer care.

No business can survive without selling. Our overview of planning your sales strategy and recruiting, training and managing sales staff.

Get the basics right - our quick guide to the main types of market research and how to get the information you need no matter what your budget.

Direct marketing is ideal for small businesses as it's highly targeted, cost-effective and simple to DIY. Our guide to how to get started.

Start here - find out how attending and displaying at exhibitions and events can benefit your business, and learn how to build your network.

PR

The basic things you need to know about PR for your business, building relationships with the media and managing the impact of publicity.

The basics you need to know about raising your business profile through advertising, and how to make sure your campaigns are successful.

Advertising can be an effective way to reach large numbers of target customers. Our guide to evaluating your options and measuring results.
Use this checklist to help you write an effective advertisement, from deciding on the message to design options, and getting a good response.
If you want your business to stay in customers' minds, a slogan could make you stand out from the others. Here's how to write a compelling slogan.
Traditional billboards offer an affordable way for small businesses to stand out in their local community and provide an attractive ROI.
Sponsorship can bring two brands together and give both of them wider exposure. But the only way to really judge its success is to measure it.
Small firms can get good publicity and valuable goodwill by sponsoring a local team, event or good cause - and it doesn’t have to break the bank.
Read our FAQs on advertising strategy, including whether it's right for your business, where to advertise, costs, and campaign planning.