It’s a simple idea really - customers are the lifeline of any business, so keeping them should be a top priority.
With recent figures showing almost 60 percent of Australians own a smartphone, there’s never been a better time for your business to look at mobile marketing.
If you’re looking to keep your customers around a little longer you need to improve your communication.
Making mistakes in your branding is a sure-fire way to lower your turnover and alienate your customers. Avoiding these errors can help to ensure your success.
Content is king! Creating and circulating valuable content can bring enormous benefits.
Marketing should be a key focus for business owners, but it’s often an afterthought.
Dynamic Business recently sat down with Jason Chuck, Vice President, International of leading online dating site eHarmony. Here's what he had to say about …
There’s no denying marketing has evolved from one way ‘pushed’ conversations to engaged dialogue and relationships with audiences.
Gamification is a new phenomenon facing businesses around the world. The aim of the movement is to create fun and innovative games to engage customers.
Time is a small business owner's most valuable asset, which means important things can be postponed indefinitely. Marketing is often one of the first things …