When I first started my business, I had no idea what I was doing. I knew I wanted to help people but I didn’t know what my “service” was, how to talk about it, or how to get clients to buy my service. 

When you do a Google search for marketing for small businesses, you get two million page results with more suggestions, plans, and ideas than there are stars in the sky. 

I was completely overwhelmed and didn’t know what to do. I would download a free guide and get some helpful information from it, but it wasn’t the whole package. I would sign up for a webinar but that was only a preview into a more expensive product. I tried signing up for some digital courses, but I didn’t get all the way through them.

There is too much marketing advice in the world, and I didn’t know which to follow, in what order, and I felt lost.

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It doesn’t have to be this way.

What would you do if you had the time to build the plan you need to grow your business, even in the midst of a recession? At DBQ Strategies, we work with small businesses that don’t have an in-house marketing team to build and execute a marketing plan that helps businesses grow.