November 29, 2014

Expand Your Market With Small Business Tips

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Do you want better revenue and a bigger market? Of course! Who doesn’t? No matter what the economic climate, small businesses can always take advantage of growth opportunities with the right approach. Here are some suggestions to get you started.

Break New Ground

Market your expertise. Sharing business expertise with clients is one of the ways you can find new customers and expand your existing business, but consider the requirements of adding these services to your resume. What steps will you need to take before sharing your knowledge? Expert Business Advice

Turn blog readers into customers. Obviously, your business blog should a source of customers. If it isn’t, consider improvements you might make to build trust in your business through your blog content. Then start developing customers online. John Paul’s Blog

Use Existing Resources

Dominate your market. Blogger Michael Martine shares some advice from his bag of “sneaky” tricks you should consider drawing from when looking to dominate your market. No more Mr. Nice Business Blogger! These might be just the tips you’re looking for. Remarkablogger

Promote in-store sales. Whether you’re competing against Amazon or your own online sales, retailers with brick and mortar space they want to keep profitable must focus on ways to differentiate their in-store experience. BusinessSigns.org

Become More Social

Use social media the right way. Maybe we should have called this link “How to use social media the wrong way”, since that’s exactly what we’re talking about here. But from this negative example, a more positive model can arise. Channelship

Improve your networking. This review of a new book on the subject professes to show you a more holistic view. Are you getting everything out of your networking efforts that you would like to? If not, this book may help. Small Business Trends

Improve Your Exposure

Focus on packaging. Learn a lesson from soda giants Coke and Pepsi. Take every opportunity to make an impression on your customers, even if its the packaging of your product or service or the design layout of your blog. Bloomberg Businessweek

Brand it better. No, great branding doesn’t have to be the province of the big guys. You can focus on great branding in your business too. Even if you’re only a one man or one woman show. Entrepreneur

Increase Performance

Boost credibility. Here’s a whole mess of ways to do it! If you’re wondering about the benefits of credibility, think how much larger your audience can be. Will those people trust you and listen to you? Annemarie Cross

Amp your sales. Improving your company’s sales may have to do with a lot more than simply finding ways to sell more to more customers. Here is a look at how re-imagining your sales efforts will boost your revenue. Partners in Excellence

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  1. Great tips! I can totally use these tips to expand the market for my business.

  2. Being social is one of the most important tips and internet portals such as facebook are enabling to become very popular very instantly, even within hours. ‘Increased performance’ can also be described as ‘being honest with your customers’. If your customer even suspects that you are trying to pull something over on him, you can kiss that customer goodbye – permanently!

  3. Thanks for includIng our post folks!

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