We’re Not Writing for the Denton Record Chronicle Anymore, and We’re Sad

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All good things must come to an end, even if it’s something we love 🙁

We are no longer writing for the DRC — orange pencil and blue DRC logo

It is with a heavy heart that I announce the end of our monthly marketing column in the Denton Record Chronicle.

Though our time writing for DRC was short, I loved every minute of it.

Unfortunately, it seems we are both going to be moving on to new, exciting projects, and they don’t leave a whole lot of room for the column, so we decided it would be best to bring it to a close.

We wish them all the best, but if you’re interested in checking out our DRC body of work, here are links to all the articles we wrote (at least, to all the ones that are available online).

And remember, you can always get the latest, greatest marketing pieces of our minds every other week on our blog (which you’re on, so you probably already know that).

We also give out free, unique marketing lessons through our email list that you’re just not going to get anywhere else (ok, sometimes I put them on our blog, but other times I don’t, so it’s best to sign up just in case — just scroll to the top or the bottom of the page to do so).

Finally (last plug I swear), you might want to check out some of our resources — quite a few of them are free, a handful are paid, but all of them will help you improve your marketing and start reaching the people you need to reach.

OK! Here’s the list of articles we wrote for the DRC — enjoy!

The Articles We Wrote for the Denton Record Chronicle

You keep your client information where?!

Define your branding strategy

Create raving fans (and get more business)

Extract value from summer slowdown

Form relationships while still doing business

Why you need a marketing analysis

Make the most of your 2016 marketing budget

Community involvement goes with customer service

Marketing in December can be tricky

Get your marketing ready to meet 2017

Hiring marketing firm a long-term partnership

Set expectations for your marketing firm

Heather Steele

After almost a decade of marketing in a corporate setting, she tired of being a corporate cog and decided to go it alone, bootstrapping a business based on one simple principle:   Partnership.   Follow her on Twitter @heathersteele03, LinkedIn, or our blog to learn how to turn your business into a beast. And read her blog posts about marketing and small business here.

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