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As we wriggle our way out of the pandemic, here are five steps marketers can take to maximize the “new normal” ways of business.
The virtual event will be held on from 10 to 11 a.m. Tuesday, Jan. 25, via Zoom. Be sure to register here and plan to bring a question or two for the panel.
Cascadia Daily News, a new Bellingham-based publication serving Northwest Washington, will begin publishing online the week of Jan. 24.
Through dedication to growth and a willingness to learn and implement new strategies, small business leaders can lift their companies to new heights.
As a business owner, you are wearing many hats. With the many skills you require, your marketing plan can occasionally lose its steam.
Obermueller, a Whatcom County native, assumed ownership of the company in late September and has been managing its affairs since then. Sue Sorensen founded the business more than a decade ago, in 2010.
Incorporating empathy into your marketing plan, you’re no longer only using data to drive your sales, but you start having a conversation with your target market.
Utilizing a blog on your website can improve search engine ranking for your Whatcom County business, simply by virtue of adding fresh content to a webpage.
As marketers, we don’t always need to invent new ways to communicate with customers. Sometimes, we just need to be inspired by others. Here are three simple customer relations ideas.
A new daily news publication is being launched in Bellingham by Cascadia Newspaper Company. Delivered online daily and weekly in print.
One solid way to bring attention to your small, local business is to become involved with events — as a sponsor, vendor or participant.
Want better relationships with your customers? The solution to an improved communication strategy is easier than you might think: Just be human.
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When mistakes slip in, the credibility and professionalism of the writer are hurt. Here’s how to ensure that doesn’t happen.