Video: Hibu = Smart + Easy

Small Business Saturday is right around the corner — and there’s still time to make a plan to promote your business!

10 quick tips and tricks to make the most out of Small Business Saturday:

  1. Plan something special for your business – and make sure you promote your event online
  2. Visit ShopSmall.com/YourDay to see all the resources that are ready for you right now
  3. Use the Shop Small Studio to create ready-made flyers, stickers and more
  4. Update your social media with #ShopSmall profile pictures, cover photos and social posts
  5. Check out this map of other small businesses in your area, and think about possibly partnering up with another business you know (or one you’d like to know!) for the big day
  6. Get to know the Neighborhood Champions in your area
  7. Open a little early — or stay open a little later — to make the most of the day
  8. Don’t forget to prioritize customer service (especially if things get busy!)
  9. Send a follow up email to your customers after Small Business Saturday to thank them — and consider including a discount or invitation to your next event
  10. Remember that Small Business Saturday is all about your local community. Get to know your local customers and other local businesses, all while promoting your business too!

As a Corporate Supporter of the event, Hibu encourages local businesses across the U.S. to get ready for your local customers to Shop Small!

We’re looking ahead to 2020 (and beyond) with a renewed commitment to delivering smart digital marketing made easy – and that’s a whole lot more than just a catchy slogan. “Smart + Easy” is our promise to our clients – with Hibu, your digital marketing will be smarter, better performing, delivering increased results – and working with us will be easier than ever, delivering the marketing you need from a single source, with experienced, one-on-one service.

Watch our dynamic new video and get a quick look at what we mean when we say “Hibu = Smart + Easy”…

Small Business Saturday is right around the corner — and there’s still time to make a plan to promote your business!

10 quick tips and tricks to make the most out of Small Business Saturday:

  1. Plan something special for your business – and make sure you promote your event online
  2. Visit ShopSmall.com/YourDay to see all the resources that are ready for you right now
  3. Use the Shop Small Studio to create ready-made flyers, stickers and more
  4. Update your social media with #ShopSmall profile pictures, cover photos and social posts
  5. Check out this map of other small businesses in your area, and think about possibly partnering up with another business you know (or one you’d like to know!) for the big day
  6. Get to know the Neighborhood Champions in your area
  7. Open a little early — or stay open a little later — to make the most of the day
  8. Don’t forget to prioritize customer service (especially if things get busy!)
  9. Send a follow up email to your customers after Small Business Saturday to thank them — and consider including a discount or invitation to your next event
  10. Remember that Small Business Saturday is all about your local community. Get to know your local customers and other local businesses, all while promoting your business too!

As a Corporate Supporter of the event, Hibu encourages local businesses across the U.S. to get ready for your local customers to Shop Small!

Small Business Saturday is right around the corner — and there’s still time to make a plan to promote your business!

10 quick tips and tricks to make the most out of Small Business Saturday:

  1. Plan something special for your business – and make sure you promote your event online
  2. Visit ShopSmall.com/YourDay to see all the resources that are ready for you right now
  3. Use the Shop Small Studio to create ready-made flyers, stickers and more
  4. Update your social media with #ShopSmall profile pictures, cover photos and social posts
  5. Check out this map of other small businesses in your area, and think about possibly partnering up with another business you know (or one you’d like to know!) for the big day
  6. Get to know the Neighborhood Champions in your area
  7. Open a little early — or stay open a little later — to make the most of the day
  8. Don’t forget to prioritize customer service (especially if things get busy!)
  9. Send a follow up email to your customers after Small Business Saturday to thank them — and consider including a discount or invitation to your next event
  10. Remember that Small Business Saturday is all about your local community. Get to know your local customers and other local businesses, all while promoting your business too!

As a Corporate Supporter of the event, Hibu encourages local businesses across the U.S. to get ready for your local customers to Shop Small!

After you watch the video, if you haven’t already, go check out the exciting new Hibu.com for a closer look at “Smart + Easy.”

[Video transcript]

Hibu

Smart Digital Marketing Made Easy

Not just a slogan

Not just an idea

This is Hibu!

Your digital marketing needs Hibu.

Your digital marketing needs to be Easy.

Hibu = Digital Marketing Made Easy

A single trusted marketing partner for all your marketing

One-on-one service

Synchronized marketing solutions

Ongoing campaign optimization

Real-time transparent results

Your digital marketing needs to be Smart

Hibu = Digital Marketing Made Smart

Years of small business experience

Thousands of local clients

Advanced platforms & technology

Big data, machine learning & AI

Partnerships with Google, Facebook, Bing and more

Leading digital expertise

Local market experience

Make your digital marketing easy.

Make your digital marketing smart.

Hibu.

Smart Digital Marketing Made Easy

Get more visibility

Get more visitors

Get more leads

Get more customers!

Contact Hibu today to learn more

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Michael Shapiro
Michael Shapiro
Michael is Hibu’s Manager of Copy & Design. He specializes in creating digital marketing and content that speaks to the customer and inspires a response. Before coming to Hibu, he was Creative Director for Chase and Sr. Writer/Writer-Producer for HBO.

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