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How To Sell Your Boss On Social Media Marketing

With new buzzwords like "tweet" and "blog" becoming common vernacular, there is no disputing that social networking has carved out a niche in our culture, and riding on this wave of popularity are companies looking to connect with their customers online. The benefits of this might be lost on some but by being actively involved online with your customers you can listen to what they are saying about your company.

Submitted by Printing America Staff on Tuesday, May 17th, 2011

Methods of Website Promotion

Driving traffic and promoting your website is not an easy task. Just like when you’re opening a new business you have to spend the time and money to market it. A website is no different. Developing an effective promotion campaign involves a lot of different elements but they all have the goal of driving traffic to your website.

Submitted by Printing America Staff on Monday, May 16th, 2011

Search Engine Marketing Questions & Answers

Search Engine Marketing (SEM) and Search Engine Optimization (SEO) seem to be some of the most used buzzwords for marketers, but what are they? What is the difference? The purpose of this article is to clear up a couple of common questions about the differences and similarities of the two.

Submitted by Printing America Staff on Monday, May 16th, 2011

Social Media For Small Businesses

Social media and social media marketing seem to be the latest internet marketing buzzword flying around at every meeting. There are countless experts and even more gurus who claim to know the secrets to the internet, most of which is snake oil. However there are a few components that can help your business.

Submitted by Printing America Staff on Thursday, May 12th, 2011

Don't Forget The Envelope | Envelope Printing

When scoping out your marketing campaign there are some mistakes that are avoidable and some that aren't as much. One of the most frequent and most avoidable issues is not applying thinking about the envelope design until the last minute. A little forward thinking will save you a lot of time, frustration, and money.

Submitted by Printing America Staff on Tuesday, May 10th, 2011