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Tips for increase your business ?

(@kat thomas)
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Why am I starting here? Because I know it's easy to get caught up in a cycle of negativity right now but if you want to succeed you absolutely MUST rise above it. People are still going to buy no matter what the economy is doing. It's YOUR job to position your products and services as the ones they buy.

So how do you do that? Here are three tips to get you started.

1. Dance with the one who brought you. In other words, now is not the time to abandon the marketing strategies and tactics that got you here. A lot of business owners will be tempted to cut back, especially their marketing. This is a mistake. If anything, you should increase your marketing now.

However, by increasing your marketing I don't necessarily mean increasing how much you spend. It's perfectly acceptable to find low-cost or no-cost marketing methods to still keep the momentum going. One word of warning -- there's no such thing as a free lunch. Chances are you're going to pay somewhere, and that payment could very well be your time. Before you rush into doing something you end up regretting, take a hard look at the real cost. Would you be better off doing something that might cost more but doesn't suck up time you could be using to make money?

Here are some tactics you can do right now to increase your exposure without necessarily costing you much (if anything):

a. Start an email newsletter, or if you already publish one, increase the frequency you send it out. (Weekly is best. The more often your list hears from you, the more responsive they'll become.)

b. Hold a free teleclass. Make sure you come up with a really great special offer to turn your listeners into customers.

c. Go buy a new dress and hang out on the social networking scene. Okay, I'm kidding about the dress. But if you aren't making the social networking rounds, you're missing major business opportunities. No it's not a waste of time (unless you let it become one).

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Topic starter Posted : 31/03/2010 12:21 pm
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Re: Tips for increase your business ?

Hello Friends....

Tips to increase your business

1.Identify your prospects. You can clearly create your internet marketing tactic more targeted if you know your market audience.

2.If you plan to drive traffic immediately, purchase paid traffic but first set your financial plan. If you are prepared to spend money for your promotion cost? How much can you afford?

3.Using free advertising methods. You can promote your business, products and services without spending a single cent but you will need to strategize and invest time and energy to reach your promotion goals.


Brampton Real estate agent

Posted : 01/04/2010 7:14 am
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Re: Tips for increase your business ?

Hello Friends

1)Start on a shoestring:Think small. Don't rent premises if you can work somewhere else, and don't hire employees until you can keep them busy.People who start their small business on the cheap, often in a garage, den, or some other scavenged space, and create their first goods or services with more sweat than cash, have the luxury of making their inevitable rookie mistakes on a small scale. And precisely because their early screw-ups don't bury them in debt, they are usually able to learn and recover from them.
2)Protect your personal assets:When you go into business for yourself, you are usually personally liable for all judgments and debts that the business incurs. This includes business loans, taxes, money owed to suppliers and landlords, and any judgments against the business as a result of a lawsuit. If you don't protect yourself, a creditor can go after your personal assets, such as your car and your house, to pay for these debts.
3)Understand how -- and if -- you will make a profit:You should be able to state in just a few sentences how your business plans to make a substantial profit. For starters, you need to know your costs: how much you'll spend purchasing inventory, paying the rent, compensating any employees, and covering what is likely to be a surprisingly long list of other costs. Then you can figure out exactly how much you need to sell each month, for how many dollars, to cover those expenses and have an adequate profit besides. These numbers are all you need to create a "break-even analysis."

Thanks for reading

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Posted : 06/04/2010 6:18 am