When it comes to marketing, in all of its various forms, there is nothing more important than the audience. If you don’t know how to cater for the people that you are reaching out to, then you’re never going to achieve success. Check out this article for more information.
Establishing a physical location involves both one-time outlays, such as security deposits or closing costs, and recurring expenses, such as rent, mortgage payments, and utilities. Initially, your business location may also need to be repaired or renovated to meet your requirements and you may have to bear some or all of those charges. Check out our 60 Second Business tip for more information.
Effective social-media marketing helps build successful businesses. A recent study by Shareaholic, which tracked 300,000 websites over four months, suggested that social-media referrals now lead to 30 percent of websites’ overall traffic. Check out this article for more on how social media can help your small business.
A young entrepreneur might run across a lot of articles offering advice for the new business owner. But how many articles are actually geared toward the young entrepreneur? Read further for more information.
These days, most social media advice for small businesses really translates as advice for using Facebook and Twitter. Are you as sick of hearing about those two platforms as we are? There’s no doubt that businesses can leverage tremendous value out of those two behemoths. But what about other…