Apartment Owners & Managers: Survey Says...

Published: jeffnala, date: March 25, 2015

IG_1.jpgthe NALA conducted a survey focusing on marketing and advertising of the facility.  The survey asked questions about the types of marketing and the targeted audience. The end results hopes to help determine how much to spend and how to see a return on the investment (ROI).


Take a Quick Marketing Assessment

Published: jeffnala, date: March 23, 2015

SurveyIcon.pngSmall business owners are enthusiastic and passionate about their business. Last year there were clients who came us seeking our services but lacked a clear call to action.The best time to set a marketing budget is today when you are planning events for 2015.


7 Ways Small Businesses Waste Money

Published: jeffnala, date: March 16, 2015

Businesses need to plan their budget in accordance with funds that are coming in and out of the organization. Owners ought to avoid unnecessary costs and save money wherever possible. When small businesses overspend, it can ruin an already tight budget. Here are seven ways that you are wasting money and can trim the fat.


THESE FOUR LITTLE WORDS WILL NOT GET YOU CENSORED

Published: jeffnala, date: March 11, 2015

"Press Releases are part of public relations. If it is not news it is worthless."

pressrelease.pngA press release is a public relations announcement  sent to the news media and other targeted publications with the intention of informing the public of company development. The purpose of a press release is to bring positive media attention to the company or provide publicity for products or services. Press Releases can launch new products or services, upcoming events, conference dates, or employee awards.

They are  also capable of serving as an online publicist for your company. However, before you go sending press releases that lack news or are glorified advertisements consider this:

  • Is it news?
  • Are you offering anything of value to the reader?

4 Tips for Women Business Owners

Published: jeffnala, date: March 5, 2015

dreamstime_14395402.jpgMarch is Women’s History Month, and all, I can say to my sisters in gender, is celebrating our month with triumph and ambitiousness. In the past 15 years, the number of women-owned businesses grew by 54%; there are now 8.3 million women-owned businesses in the United States. As business owners, women are making a difference in educational services, health care and social assistance, and entertainment and recreation. We are committed to raising our children all while pursuing the spirit of entrepreneurship. I have enclosed four tips on how to be successful as a small business owner.