Stefan Drew - The Marketing Magician

FE, Education & Business Marketing: Quick, Effective, Low Cost Marketing

Stefan Drew - The Marketing Magician

Have You The Time, Money or Skills to Market Your Business As Well As You Want?

Most of your competitors don’t understand marketing, or the marketing secrets I’m going to give you on this website.


StefanDrew - The Marketing MagicianHi, This is Stefan and here is your first Marketing Secret:  Do you know that there are literally hundreds of marketing methods you could be using that cost absolutely nothing at all?

I believe you and your business deserve the best free marketing advice available.  If you agree, then learn more on this website.


Do you also know that most marketing doesn’t work, why you should never advertise on a left hand page and how to test, measure and improve your marketing so that it gives you terrific results?  

Want to know how businesses like yours waste millions .. and how you can prevent this?


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Magazine & Website Articles Get Your Ideas to Audiences

PR Ideas: How to Get An Idea in Front of Large Audiences


Ideas are two a penny so how do you get your idea in front of a large audience that will read it, think about it and perhaps adopt it?

One way is to get articles in newspapers or magazines; or, sometimes an even better option is to be published on their websites. For example this morning I had an article published by the TES. The TES, Times Education Supplement, is an authorative publication read by many education leaders and those involved in related sectors. That means that many thousands of people will potentially see any article they publish.

In addition they have an online presence, and are on Twitter every day,  where they have many followers from this sector.


15 Reasons Why Restaurants Are Successful

Why are some restaurants successful?
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Why Do Some Restaurants Succeed But Many Fail?

What are the Reasons Restaurants Are Successful or Fail Dismally?

Once upon a time there were three restaurants. You can see them in this photo.

Two of the restaurants weren’t very busy, but the third thrived.  They were all in a row in the same street so why did one thrive and the other two struggle?

Click on the image and you’ll see how busy the middle restaurant is, every table is occupied. But only one table is occupied in the first restaurant … And one table in the third restaurant. Why do some restaurants succeed while others fail?


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