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Category: Marketing, Branding, Advertising

Jeffrey Dobkin
Jeff and Jim talk about marketing for small businesses with specifics on finding different markets and tracking results, plus how to focus marketing activity on the people you want to reach.
Ken Gronbach
Ken joins Jim on the 8th anniversary of his firsts visit to talk about the impact of the generational waves on how we do business now and how we fund future social commitments.
Jorian Clarke
Jorian Clarke and Jim Blasingame talk about how broadband Internet connectivity is impacting the way we design and execute our small business Web strategy on the small business radio program, The Small Business Advocate Show.
Jim is broadcasting LIVE from the ABA Marketing Network, New England Chapter's Winter Conference in Providence, Rhode Island. Susan discusses with Jim how her bank has focused it's direction toward small business lending.
Jim is broadcasting live from the ABA Marketing Network, New England Chapter's Winter Conference in Providence, Rhode Island. Lynn discusses with Jim how her company helps other businesses with brand alignment and how important it is for small businesses.
Ilise Benun
Ilise and Jim continue their series on how to help shy people find success in the marketplace. This visit is about helping them sell successfully.
Ilise Benun
Ilise joins Jim to talk about the difference between being an introvert and being shy and how either one can be professionally debilitating.
Nora says that moms spend $2 trillion annually, and she talks with Jim about how small businesses can grow their sales by developing a marketing strategy that focuses on what is important to moms.
Ken Gronbach
Ken joins Jim to explain what generational waves are and the significance of the generational shifts in several areas, including social security. They also talk about how to use this information to bring your services and goods to the marketplace.
Tom Asacker
Tom joins Jim to get you to think about your marketing strategy in ways that only Tom can do. If your business isn't where you want it to be, this information could be what you need. <br></["br"]>

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