Happy New Year! I hope you had a wonderful holiday. As we begin 2016, these are exciting times at Wildfire Marketing, and I’ve got three big announcements!
As you can probably see, I’ve launched a brand new website. I’ll admit I’m biased, but in my professional opinion, it’s one of the most beautiful, sleek, and helpful websites I’ve ever seen. More importantly, it’s designed to give you quick access to more marketing help than ever before.
Big thanks to Eddy Pareja at Sangfroid Web Design for building such an amazing site. He’s a true expert and if you want a top-notch website along with great customer service, I highly recommend him!
Wildfire Marketing has expanded into Corporate Consulting for major companies to help improve their advertising strategy and revenue growth. Current clients already include a $100+ million retailer, and we’re actively accepting new companies as clients in this area. I’m even offering a Free Advertising Assessment.
Over the past year, I’ve studied the groundbreaking research of Dr. Byron Sharp at the Ehrenberg-Bass Institute, which is the largest center for marketing research in the world. Dr. Sharp and his team have uncovered laws in the business world that govern the way advertising works and how brands grow. Just like there’s the “Law of Gravity” and the “Law of Supply and Demand,” there are actual marketing laws that dictate the way businesses grow. I’m excited to bring this revolutionary data to corporate clients in order to help them gain a unique edge over competitors.
If you’d like more information, I created a FREE resource called the 2016 Wildfire Marketing Executive Brief – 5 Shrewd Insights for a Competitive Edge. If you’d like a copy, click here to download for free.
The addition of Corporate Consulting also means big changes to my email newsletter and the type of Author Consulting that I offer. Due to my busy schedule, I will only be able to accept new clients who are established authors, publishing houses, and corporate executives. At this time, I will no longer be accepting clients who are self-published or aspiring authors.
Based on this change, my new email newsletter will feature articles and tips that are geared towards advanced marketing topics. If you’ve been a long-time subscriber, I think you’ll appreciate this new approach. I’ll no longer focus on topics for beginning authors.
Change is good, and 2016 is poised to be one of the best years in the history of Wildfire Marketing. Please check out my new website, download my Executive Marketing Brief, and stay tuned for more exciting updates.
Happy New Year!