In this day and age, any business that wants to thrive must go online. With so many things going on around the world, and global changes that will forever impact the way people live and do business, going online is no longer just an option. Not only to maintain their success, but even just to survive.
It took me a while to get involved with social media. Social media is a virtual world where millions of people connect, share ideas, thoughts and build networks. Recently, businesses have been benefitting from social media marketing. Social media marketing is currently what’s trending and it is considered to be the most cost-effective method of marketing. It has the ability to attract numerous customers quickly!
The main driving force of entrepreneurs is belief in self, their purpose, their talents, and their ideas. Business is regularly viewed as one of the most testing, yet satisfying callings on the planet. Entrepreneurs who has chosen to make a footprint for themselves in the relentless business world will quickly realize that it isn’t such a simple task. One should consistently be ready for long hours with a steady spotlight on self-work, and continuous learning from failures.
Last week I discovered a social media platform called Amino. I had never heard of it, and that made me wonder what other social media apps were out there that I'd never heard of. So, I decided to Google "Social Media Platforms.
We hear it all the time, "mistakes happen". We're told it's part of life, and therefore part of business, but it doesn't feel so great when you're faced with an angry or disappointed client, a bruised ego, and a reputation to mend.
Do you know that your business has an identity? That's right. Customers, investors, and employees all have an image in their mind about what your company stands for.
Small business owners understand the concept of wearing multiple hats more than most people.
Do you have a business plan? If you're like many small business owners, you don't have a positive answer to that question. Most believe that a business plan is only needed when investment or loans are part of the equation, and consider it an unnecessary headache.
It’s almost impossible to be in business without hearing about mentoring and coaching. These days the number of business coaches seems to be growing exponentially, and around every corner, there’s someone who knows how to help you get sales, build your email lists, convert prospects into paying clients, or build your brand.
When it comes to being environmentally friendly and community minded, many people look only at large corporations and what they’re doing. Yet climate change and positive community development affect everyone, and modern consumers are demanding a reaction from even small businesses.