- 12 Oct
Small Brands We Love: Greg May Hair Architects
Greg May launched Greg May Hair Architects in 2003 and has built fame for his brand alone. Today, he is in top Toronto fashion magazines and styles hair for the famous. I’ve known Greg for almost 15 years and I’m thrilled to be able to finally give him the kudos he deserves.
Congratulations Greg on your success! We love your story and want to share it with our fellow small business brands. First of all, we’d love to know who is your mentor and why?
- 22 Sep
The Ten Spot
Each week at Mighty Good Marketing we go hunting for local small business brands that are making a big impact and are really engaging with their customers and clients. We feature them, learn from them and share their success story.
Let’s talk about women and beauty in the city. I have long admired The Ten Spot brand and think for all small businesses out there, this is one to learn from. These gals have nailed it when it comes to customer engagement and basic rules we should all follow. (Kudos to Jay Conrad Levinson for his passion and help for the latter.)
- 19 Sep
Here, at Mighty Good Marketing, we’re all about marketing #4themightygood. What I find interesting is that people associate the word ‘good’ with nice and sweet. Why can’t good mean a little bad-assed for good cause too?
Well we’re going to change that. Just because we’re passionate about people and the planet doesn’t mean we can’t swear occasionally right? ;)
- 12 Sep
Meet Patience & Commitment
Hello small business peeps! Did you know that 97% of Canadian businesses are small business? Of course you do because you’re smart. You also know the blow-your-mind benefits to being a small business, right?
(Just in case, note-to-self – write article about marketing benefits for small business).
Today I’d like to talk about my two favourite words when it comes to marketing (other than THE holy grail word - profit).
Meet Patience and Commitment.
- 05 Sep
Your Future Depends on You Having Fun Right Now. Seriously…Right Now.
Okay, I know this is going to sound super cheesy, but after my crazy/true story experience with my vision board, I wonder if you have tried it for your small business?
Wait! Don’t stop reading yet. I know I know… usually only life coaches and fitness instructors recommend them. Just bear with me for a moment.
- 29 Aug
Marketing Born Free for Small Business
And SHAZAM! Mighty Good Marketing is born. What’s absolutely crazy-scary-cool is the fact that I had this idea last year and put it on my vision board thinking it would be a great goal for my 50’s. Have you ever tried a vision board? This was my first time and nobody prepared me for the fact that it actually comes true. Yeah, everything I put on that damn vision board is happening right now. Excuse me whilst I do a silent panic scream behind a curtain. (J/K).