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From the Paragon Blog
- 6 Copywriting Tips for Small Businesses
When you’re running a small business, good copy is essential to your success. You can have a unique value proposition and an amazing product or service, but if you can’t communicate that to your target customer, you’re forever at square one.
Copy is what converts prospects into customers. It’s so important to get right, and yet so many businesses get it wrong. Let’s discuss how to create compelling copy.
- Your Guide to Building Your Social Media Presence
As a small to medium business, being on social media is not optional. You need to be on social, and not only to post funny memes or company updates. Social media is all about forging authentic, valuable, and personal connections with your audience. The hope is to convert your social media audience into customers, and you can do that through building relationships over key social channels.
Not only can you use social media to find a target audience and introduce them to your brand, you can also use your social platform to nurture leads through a carefully planned engagement strategy. In this post, we’ll discuss how to build your business’ social media presence. Let’s get started.
- Grow Your Email List With These Easy Strategies
As a Chief Marketing Officer or Marketing Manager, you already know the importance of an email list. You’ve probably heard the phrase, “The money’s in the list,” and that’s as true today as ever. An email list allows you to warm up leads that you can eventually hand over to your sales team.
However, when you look at your own stagnant list of subscribers, you realize that growing an email list is hard work. It’s not as easy as including a banner on your website and asking for sign-ups. Sure, some people may love your brand and decide to sign up, but the majority of site visitors are a lot more protective of their email addresses.