Spreading the Joy of Marketing

My first introduction to marketing was when I was 14 years old. Being engrossed in the endless novels entitled The Baby-sitters Club by Ann Martin; a friend of mine and I were inspired to start our own babysitters club. We came up with an overall plan and we soon began marketing our services. We designed, printed and hand delivered babysitting flyers to all of the houses in our neighborhood. Needless to say, our summer was busy and very successful. At the age of 14, I discovered the joy of marketing and continue the joy today.

My life, education and occupational experiences have taught me; if a person has enough desire and a well-defined purpose they will achieve success.  I hold to the belief that the word impossible should be erased from the dictionary. Anything is possible when you believe it can be done and are willing to work hard to see that it is achieved.

It is my strong desire to use my expertise to help businesses define their purpose and ultimately achieve success. In this blog, I will share stories, tips and marketing ideas that will help your business be a success. I make the commitment to you (the followers of this blog) that I will be truthful and honest. You can get more great tips on my Facebook page. Do you have questions about your marketing – eMail me at justina@marketingbyjustina.com.

Yours truly,

Justina Bryant

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