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MAR
25
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You can develop marketing plans and invest in advertising--you should do those things as a small business owner. But beyond the traditional marketing strategies, there are creative ways to bring recognition to your business that have little to do with your actual product or service. Of course building your brand is essential to success, and your business reputation rolls right into brand development. One might say they are intertwined. Have you considered these three ways to bring recognition to your business without traditional marketing?
MAR
24
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Don't you hate those days when you're running just a step behind? Don't feel that way about your online content marketing. A content calendar can help you manage your small businesses online presence and stay on top of your content, whether you're posting regular blogs, scheduling a social media campaign, or simply striving to keep an active business presence online. A variety of services, templates, and software products are available, and choosing one depends on how much content you create and share, and how much is in your budget.
MAR
14
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Some studies suggest that goldfish have a longer attention span than people. Yep, 9 seconds (fish) vs. 8.25 (human). So if you want to communicate something that sticks with another human, you better have it figured out before you only have a handful of seconds to sputter it out of your mouth. The elevator pitch. Twenty to 30 seconds to summarize your business to a potential customer, your business idea to a potential investor, or even your resume or qualifications to a potential employer. The best networking is often done face-to-face, unplanned, and spontaneously. Right now, can you communicate your business purpose in 20 or 30 seconds? Go.
MAR
07
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Entrepreneurs are not necessarily born geniuses, overachievers, or Type-A personalities. Having a business idea and capitalizing on it isn't reserved for only the most brilliant minds. However, people who succeed in small business do possess similar character traits, including having vision and passion. With that comes resilience and perseverance to overcome difficulties along the way. And finally, successful business owners are pegged as self-confident with a strong sense of identity. With all of these qualities, why is it sometimes so difficult for a self-employed entrepreneur to ask for, or accept, an offer of help?


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