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Welcome to the SnapRetail Podcast! These bite-sized episodes will give you the email, social media, and website marketing advice you need to market your small business and get the most out of SnapRetail.  The information we present is delivered by our Customer Success Team, easy to understand, and Made for Main Street! 

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Oct 26, 2017

Holiday Open House



We will discuss how to plan a successful Holiday Open House.  How to market that event.  What to do during the event. And how to follow up with your customers so that your next events are successful as well. Be sure to listen to Episode 24, our Event Marketing Podcast

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Oct 20, 2017

Image Editing Tools

Hosted by Shelby Klick and Vince Ventura

A huge part of marketing is visual content. This is true for businesses selling a physical product, so a customer can see what they are purchasing. Visual content  is also important for services because it can create a personal connection or show results of a...

Oct 13, 2017

Small Business Saturday Tips  

Hosted by Vince Ventura and Justin Shoup

Goals: Nov 25th 2017 and Small Business Saturday is just around the corner.  The closer we get to November 25, the more important it becomes to get the word out, if you plan to have a Small Business Saturday Sale.  Today we will talk about how to...

Sep 28, 2017

The Basics of Branding

Hosted by Vince Ventura and Justin Shoup



According to Nielson’s Global New Product Innovation Survey, 59% of consumers prefer to buy new products from brands familiar to them.

Your brand is defined by a customer's overall perception of your business.

You must be consistent in...

Sep 14, 2017

Halloween Marketing Ideas

Hosted by Shelby Klick and Vince Ventura

It’s clear that Halloween is one of the most popular holidays in the country and it’s clearly an important holiday in retail as it is the first major holiday in the 4th quarter.  In 2016, Americans spent about $8.4 Billion for Halloween.  This...