What’s the point of blogging? Many may ask what is the reason for blogging and of course, there are plenty. What we want to highlight today is the impact blogs have on small businesses and startups, and how they are used to help attract new customers! Creating content is huge for building and growing an
Customer service by nature is a great field that almost every company, small or large, has invested in. We usually see this type of job as answering phone calls, emails, de-escalating matters, and more. However, this is not the only way customer service can be used to impact and grow small businesses. We’ll be diving
It’s quite clear through the pandemic that many small businesses have started trending, leading to high demand. Most of these businesses started from hobbies that now the world cannot live without! Hobby by definition is simply a passion or activity done regularly in someone’s pastime. Hobbies typically start from an idea, something that interests you
Two increasingly popular strategies to boost sales within your online business are the practice of Upselling and Cross-selling. Yet, many small businesses out there still are not fully sure what they are, or they may be under the impression that it’s a complicated strategy to implement with their website. Fortunately, that is not the case.
Have you ever purchased something on an impulse simply because of an ‘only two remaining’ message? Or because that 60% off expires in just a few hours? The majority of us have. And it’s not always because we needed or wanted the item. So, why? People always want what they can’t have. It’s human nature.
We all understand that setting up a website is crucial for any business in 2021. However, if you want to generate sales, setting up a website is sadly not enough. Running your own ecommerce site is quite challenging when first starting. The entire point of an ecommerce store is to make sales and boost revenue.
I’m not sure if I’m ready to admit this, but there is a good chance that most of the content we consume in a day is from social media. Or even from a friend that saw something on social media. Or a friend of a friend… okay, I think you get the point. Social media
One way or another, every business is trying to understand their customers. And if they aren’t, they really should be. If you think about it, your customers’ opinion of you is your company’s reality. You really don’t know who you are until your customer tells you who you are. Now, that is some mind-boggling stuff
If you are reading this, you probably have a small business. You also probably recall the hard work and long hours that happened to get you where you are now. You’re now at the point of profit and success and you’re ready to start building your team, so give yourself a pat on the back.
Unfortunately, there is no magic manual for starting a new business. I know, if only there was, right? And there’s no such thing as overnight success stories… that’s all hidden hard work. And no, we are not trying to scare you away from becoming a startup founder. We just want to make sure you know