Boston (PRWEB) December 19, 2008
Today's business marketplace is crowded, noisy, and, arguably, more competitive than at any other time in history. For growing businesses that are short on cash, it can be especially difficult to get noticed. Marketers have to work harder and smarter, and pay attention to trends in consumer marketing.
Being in tune with the hottest trends, however, is only a start. It's also important to understand how to tap into them to gain a competitive advantage. To ensure success, marketing initiatives must be comprehensive, integrated, dynamic, measurable, and responsive.
To help owners and managers of growing businesses turn prospects into customers as efficiently and cost-effectively as possible, FuelNet announces the release of the new Smart Report "5 Hot Consumer Marketing Trends You Can't Ignore in 2009." The in-depth report, based on extensive research and insights from leading consumer marketing experts, offers actionable advice and surefire tips to boost business success. Readers will learn:
- why "inside-out marketing" is more powerful than one-to-one marketing.
- how to reach consumers through "creative customer contact" strategies.
- the secrets to partnering with charitable organizations and winning customer support.
- why social media and customer intelligence are a potent one-two punch.
- ways to work with competitors to grow your business quickly.
For more information on the FuelNet Smart Report "5 Hot Consumer Marketing Trends You Can't Ignore in 2009," please contact Ken Beaulieu, chief content creator for FuelNet, at 617.457.3901.
FuelNet, a division of The Pohly Company, is an Internet-centric resource for credible tips, tools, and insights on marketing, selling, brand building, and customer relationship marketing. Built around the tagline "Marketing Smarts for the Growing Business," FuelNet is designed to help small and midsize companies build profits and beat the competition. Visitors to FuelNet's Web site, fuelnet.com, can subscribe to "FuelNet Monthly," sign up for a free daily e-newsletter, and purchase white papers, special reports, and books.