To stay ahead of the competition, a business owner must adopt new technology and new tools as they come along. But most high-achieving people rely on proven beliefs and practices as well.
Being in the dark isn’t necessarily a bad thing, especially when it’s the result of a bright idea.
Owning a profitable small business isn’t quite the same as owning a “brand.”
The weak economy and insipid demand may have reduced your advertising budget to a shoestring, but doing nothing is tantamount to giving up on your business. In this video outtake from the 2015 NGCOA Annual Conference, learn unique ways course operators have blended old-fashioned values with new-age technology to create a kind of marketing that generates business without breaking the bank.
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