Small business success is a tough thing to achieve. You need a lot of things in your favor, and you need to be fully committed to the idea that no matter what happens, you are going to make it work. But when starting out, it's hard to know what exactly you will need. So in this blog post, we'll take a look at four things every small business needs for success.
Running a small business as a way to make extra money is becoming an increasingly popular way to approach life. Many people around the world work hard on their own companies, giving themselves the chance to make money that will complement that existing salary. Of course, though, while this can give you the chance to work on something that you love, it can also come with a lot of boring work that most people won’t enjoy. While this work needs to be done, you don’t have to be the one to do it, and this article will be showing you how to make this the reality of your own small business.
Explode Your Blog Traffic! As a blogger, you write content, you research and inject the juice to add value, and you even spend time carefully finding the right images to share along with your next post. You arrange it all in a nice, attractive fashion and now you’re set to hit PUBLISH. Ok, so you published your great work and two weeks later, you feel grateful for the readers who have visited but disappointed because you want more. Why aren’t you getting more traffic? You’ve probably asked yourself that question and maybe did some research or over-analyzed your blog’s marketing mix.
If you are a blogger, online marketer, or a web designer, you must have come across infographics and heard about their effectiveness. They are said to be some of the best education and engagement tools, as they help you simplify the content and make it easy to consume and understand. If you haven’t managed to get your head around designing infographics yet, below you will find a few reasons why you should make an effort.
Marketing and advertising isn’t what it used to be. The environment has shifted from TV, radio, newspapers, and magazines as the predominant go-to for local advertisement, to being the supplement. If you’re on the fence over your marketing decisions, your questions might be, “What is the most effective marketing channel?”
Hello, hello! I was just thinking about you so I decided to write you. You're a blogger/business owner, right? You're very good at what you do and your product and/or service is worthy of the money your customers/followers spend, but here's your issue; you suck at marketing. I still like you though and want to [...]