London, United Kingdom (PressExposure) October 15, 2009 -- With research indicating that small business owners are feeling the brunt of the recession, free small business marketing website Marketing Donut is busier than ever, adding tailored advice to how to keep the sales effort a downturn.
Backed by Royal Mail and Google, Marketing Donut is a website that has been developed to provide, free, practical advice and resources to help small business owners and managers answer their sales and marketing questions and develop successful campaigns.
And with a recent news article on Marketing Donut reporting four out of ten small-business owners were suffering sleepless nights as a result of worries about the downturn, according to a survey of more than 500 small business owners by Close Invoice Finance, sales and marketing are topical issues for small-business right now.
âWhile people obviously want to reduce costs from their business, the reality is you need to keep selling. At the moment, as well as general articles about sales and marketing, we are continually adding new content with advice about how to handle a difficult market,â says editor Simon Wicks.
âRecently weâve had experts contribute articles about topics like producing quality marketing materials on a budget and how to get more from your marketing budget.
âFeedback suggests thereâs definitely a demand for this kind of content.â
Since its launch earlier this year, Marketing Donut has developed a strong following among small business owners and managers for its practical, no-fuss approach to dealing with sales and marketing.