One little holiday small business marketing idea that can help you grow your business

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We always love to see what our Cafe Joy members are doing with the small business marketing ideas we throw their way and we thought it would be fun to share. One of our fabulous members, Pam Bredenkamp with Signature Studio, took the graphics we provided and created this little gift. She gave this to her top 6 favorite vendors to give as THEIR GIFT to their top 5 clients. This is a marketing idea that can be replicated and can help build not only your business, but it can build client loyalty for the other business. To make it even more fun, you could package it up with a fresh goodie from a local bakery and your partnering business could hand-deliver them. The more excitement you create in making everyone happy, the more love that will come back to you. Notice that this is truly a gift – there is no minimum purchase or special offer. To make sure this is successful, you must bring those new portrait clients into your system: Conduct a needs analysis to find out what they like. Educate them on what makes you different. Create an unbelievable experience for them so they are a client for life. Treat them the way you want to be treated.

Great job Pamela!

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