Marketing with a BUZZ for Entrepreneurs

by Chris Brown on Saturday, June 9, 2007

“Everyone can spend 5 to 10 minutes creating buzz!” “Everyone can do it.” “Start the networking before you need it.” “Job seekers can use these same techniques.” “Become a person people want to do business with.”

These are basic principles of Buzzoodle, a buzz marketing company invented and run by Ron McDaniel, of Kent, Ohio. A former Ernst & Young employee, he reinvented his business when one of his employees said “it’s not my job” when asked to do a little buzz promotion of Ron’s company. His ideas work — and are especially well suited for entrepreneurs that are short of marketing cash, but big on marketing need.

Watch this 12-minute “Entrepreneur to Entrepreneur” video and learn his techniques that help entrepreneurs become a celebrity for their brand.

I refer the start-up entrepreneurs who call Marketing Resources & Results looking for help to Ron McDaniel’s company because he’s got some great tools that help entrepreneurs who need to get off the ground.

Marketing Resources & Results is more geared for companies who have already reached a strong level of sales but need more strategic marketing planning and professional marketing communications to get to the next level.

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Ron June 11, 2007 at 1:15 pm

Thanks Chris. I appreciate it.

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