25 Great Resources for Small Business Marketing
18. OfficeMax. Designs and prints brochures, cards and invitations, flyers, forms, holiday cards, presentation folders and other marketing essentials and has a mobile print center app.
19. Vistaprint. Offers cost-effective printing of postcards, flyers, brochures, rack cards, presentation folders, loyalty cards and more, as well as stationery, invitations and websites.
20. SugarCRM. Automates and improves efficiency of customer communications, such as follow-ups, appointment reminders and lead conversions.
21. Survey Monkey. Allows you to create your own online questionnaire that you can email to customers to gather useful data that will inform your business (free).
22. MarketWire. Provides you with distribution channels to announce news about your business and maximize exposure.
23. HARO (Help a Reporter Out). Keeps tabs on information that reporters need and notifies you by email so you can cultivate and help media contacts, potentially resulting in coverage for your business (free).
24. Feedly. Consolidates feeds from your favorite blogs to help you stay on top of developments in your industry and the communities you serve; offers the ability to read directly on the app or click a Save For Later bookmark; has a good selection of sharing options, including Facebook, Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Pocket, Instapaper and Evernote (free).
25. Flipboard. Opts for a more visual approach to story syndication for mobile (smartphones and tablets only), presenting feeds in a magazine-style format and enables updates from social media too (free).
And if this is not enough to get you started, here is a list from Constant Contact of 15 more websites, blogs and forums where you can get information and advice on how to grow your small business.
What marketing tools do you use and find especially helpful for your small business? Do you wish there were better resources for other areas of marketing?