Robin and her team help Fortune 500 brands and small businesses gain more visibility through positioning, promotions, marketing, event management, strategies and public relations.
Create a deeper relationship with your audience.
We specialize in Brand Ambassador Marketing for Fortune 500 companies to help promote products, services, and events. We create increased brand awareness that leaves a positive lasting impression on your ideal clients that results in more leads, and ultimately, increased sales.
When small business owners and entrepreneurs want more visibility they turn to the team at Let’s Make you Shine. Utilizing Public Relations and promotional strategies, our team leverages out 20+ years in sales, marketing and advertising to create a plan that not only gets you noticed, but gets you results.
Thanks largely to technology, in today’s marketplace it’s easier than ever for entrepreneurs, experts and authors to launch a business and profit from their passion. That’s the good news. The not-so-good news is that competition is flat-out ferocious, which means that marketing is essential. Without marketing, it’s simply too easy for a business to get lost in the crowd and fail to achieve its potential — or even survive. However, just because marketing is essential, it doesn’t have to be expensive. Here are 8 ways to achieve your marketing goals on a shoestring budget: 1. Share your knowledge. Offer an initial consultation where you provide some meaningful value, and explain what you do, who you do it for, and most importantly, how you help your clients solve problems and achieve goals. Your time investment can be as little as 15 minutes, and it can be done over the phone, via Skype (web cam), or in person if it’s practical to do so. 2. Stay in touch with your clients and prospects — and often. While this may strike you as one for the “hey, I knew that already!” file, I’m amazed at how often smart and successful people neglect to stay in touch with their clients and prospects on a regular basis. And really, “staying in touch” doesn’t mean a 2-hour lunch, a 4-hour round of golf, or anything else that may otherwise qualify as relationship-building. Simply sending out a quick email, mailing a hand-written birthday card, or even passing […]