Governor Ralph Northam today announced more than $840,000 in matching grant funds to be awarded to 56 local tourism initiatives as part of the Virginia Tourism Corporation’s (VTC) Marketing Leverage Program (MLP).
Farmers and direct marketers interested in selling their products online will be able to do so more easily thanks to a U.S. Department of Agriculture Rural Development grant.
Whatever business you’re into, succeeding ad making major moves without getting yourself a marketing strategy is virtually impossible. The life and viability of a business both depend largely on the efficiency of the company’s marketing campaign.
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Marketing is an important strategy for the success of your business, and there are a lot of ways you can approach your marketing strategies.
It’s that time of year – fall and winter, which means your business must have a holiday marketing strategy in place.
Certified farmers can now use a modified Virginia Grown logo in marketing their farm products as both locally grown and produced by U.S. military veterans.
Large businesses with gigantic budgets don’t bat an eye at spending thousands of dollars each month on marketing activities.
Whether you are a new business or an established one, you will need to have a detailed marketing strategy to create more leads and gain more customers.
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Can a mobile app benefit your small business? Definitely. But the more important question is: can your small business afford to develop an app?
The Wayne Theatre opened its doors in March 2016, but its marketing relationship with Augusta Free Press goes back well further than that.
The Myers Corner development in Augusta County has a new website designed by Augusta Free Press.
Our readership continues to grow on Augusta Free Press, and we want your business to feel that love.
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We often think about businesses – or even large corporations – when talking about marketing; internet marketing in particular.
Building a site that actually makes money seems like a daunting feat, doesn’t it? Regardless, savvy entrepreneurs are making it happen day after day.
A small segment of readers seems to think posting comments to the effect that AFP is “biased” in its reporting might shame the editors into silence.
You don’t have money for TV, radio, big newspaper ads, but you still need to get in front of customers and potential clients. But how?
Virginia Cooperative Extension will offer two training events in November for farmers interested in making products accessible and appealing to restaurateurs.