New Online Resource Launched for Personal and Small-Business Marketing

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Family-friendly site JourneyToday.com excites people of all ages to explore marketing for life, career, or small business.

http://www.JourneyToday.com is a marketing resource built to inspire every person who dreams of creating a better life. JourneyToday.com chronicles the struggles, hopes and dreams of Crystal Trino, a young woman entrepreneur. Crystal shares her hopes, dreams and adventures in entrepreneurship, life and dating each Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

Crystal is now in year three of her small interior design business, Crystal Designs. She has just increased her staff to five. As her small business grows, so do the challenges every service business faces. Plus, as women everywhere know, life's responsibilities don't end once the business day is complete. Crystal's second career is being there for the people she loves in her various roles of daughter, sister, and friend.

At its core, Crystal's journey today is one of personal growth in all facets of her life. She is that rare type of person who sets an example for each of the people in her life--and for all of us.

Besides Crystal’s journal entries, the site contains marketing resources such as book reviews and a marketing newsletter, Through the Transit. Unique to the site is a series of Exercises designed to boost marketing skills for any small business marketer. These exercises work equally well for any individual looking to better their career or their own personal brand.

Mary Lutz-Priefert, CEO, states: “Marketing is about building a person or company’s Brand, Package, and People assets. Today several fantastic marketing sites exist on the web, but most aim at the corporate, professional marketer with huge advertising resources. JourneyToday.com is designed for the individual and small business marketer, the person with more brains than budget.”

JourneyToday.com is owned and maintained by Marketing Hawks, a Lincoln, Nebraska marketing consulting firm.

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