What the 2020 Election Will Mean for the NJ Marijuana Industry 2019 has been a back-and-forth push over legalization of recreational marijuana in New Jersey, but that push is ending in favor…
As a cannabis business, your goal is increased brand awareness and growth. Naturally, mulling over the idea of franchising arises as a way to expand your market and brand presence. Franchising may seem like a golden ticket to success, but with all of the potential legal implications due to cannabis’ tricky relationship with the FDA and the complicated guidelines of franchising in general, it may do you more harm than good. Here are some things you should be aware of in terms of accidental franchising to keep your cannabis business safe.
Getting the word out about your cannabis business, in comparison to other industries, can be difficult. One of the most efficient ways to spread the word, however, is building a strong online presence. At the center of all of this should be your website. Does your cannabis website tick everything off this essential website checklist?
The cannabis industry, like any other industry, has to fulfill certain business goals in order to succeed. However, because cannabis on the market is still somewhat of a taboo subject, it can be difficult to construct a marketing strategy to cut through all the controversy. If you’re having trouble directing traffic to your business online, here are some helpful SEO tips to get you started.
Cannabidiol (CBD), derived from the hemp plant, has been making waves recently as its properties have evidence-based benefits for a variety of ailments. With the promise of relieving anxiety, seizures, chronic pain, and inflammation – it’s no wonder that CBD-based formulas have become exceedingly popular.
What happens when you’re in the business of cannabis and cannabis-related products? Things get a little bit more complicated. State and federal laws are still ironing out the legality of cannabis marketing. The discrepancies on a state-by-state basis still leave certain digital marketing platforms with restrictions and an inability to support the cannabis industry, including email marketing.
According to The Hill, the legalization of marijuana for recreational use has helped many states in the U.S. create new jobs and boost the economy. Massachusetts’ new industry is creating an estimated 19,000 new jobs and in Colorado, legalization fostered an industry that has an annual statewide economic impact measured at $2.4 billion with 18,000 new jobs. Although it’s nice to hear about other states succeeding in the cannabis industry, what we want to dive into is how far along New Jersey Laws have come.
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