afresh - ideas on design & marketing

afresh adverb
\ ə-ˈfresh \
Definition of afresh
: from a fresh beginning :
"Sales boomed afresh when we started thinking from the perspective of our customers' needs!"

Every morning you wake up, have your coffee (or tea), plan your day and go about the business of running a business.

What if you tried one fresh idea or new approach every day, week or month?

It’s a great time to start thinking about what you can do just a little differently for your business. It doesn't matter whether you have just launched your business or you have been in business for many years. Take a small bold step, and then a larger, bolder step. See what happens when you try out something new.

Macdonald Design aims to stimulate your creative juices with our e-zine - Afresh | Ideas on Design and Marketing. You'll read about how businesses have implemented innovative marketing techniques to increase their visibility and profitability. And, we'll supply plenty of fresh ideas while you're sipping your java at sunrise, just in case you run out of them.

We hope you enjoy our publication and invite your comments.


Create a Buzz for Your Biz with Viral Marketing

Posted by macdonalddesign on May 29, 2021 in afresh | marketing
Viral Marketing is one of the most effective and low-cost marketing strategies around. Yet few business entrepreneurs know how it works and how to use it. Viral Marketing marketing, otherwise known as word-of-mouth or social-marketing, is a very powerful tool that every business must use. It is low-cost, requires very little budget, and works even […]

The Humble Postcard is Making a Comeback

Posted by macdonalddesign on May 1, 2021 in afresh | marketing
If you were a contestant on Jeopardy and the answer was "Postcards," what would the question be? How about:

"What is one of the most incredibly effective, yet under-utilized methods for driving qualified buyers to your business or website?"

Many businesses think postcards are a little old-fashioned for this era of Internet Marketing, but nothing could be further from the truth.

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