According to statistics, half of all new businesses fail in their first year. For those that survive, only five percent will remain standing by their fifth year. The reason that so many businesses fail is that new owners have a great idea but not much more. If you want to be one of the five percent, here’s what you’ll need to do:
In the last few weeks I have been redirected to an outdated blog, dialed a number in whoop whoop town, and linked to a random Facebook page all in the hopes of connecting with a client or supplier. It got me thinking. How many of us have taken a peek lately at our online sites and confirmed that the links, social media buttons, contact forms, blog addresses, phone numbers and email addresses we offer are correct?
Business cards, whether virtual or physical, have a vital role in the world of commerce. It is through this art of sharing contact information in a professional manner that not only drives your networking power, but also assists in your brand awareness. There are certain circumstances and methods and you can take when distributing or exchanging business cards and here is a general guide on the various approaches you can take:
So… you’re a super motivated crafter and micro business owner, and you’re looking to really connect with your audience, broaden your exposure and gain more sales. Going to market sounds attractive, but don’t know where to start? Keep reading, we’ve got some great tips for you… Continue reading
Security is essential online today. We’ve all gone to extremes to ensure it, implement it and live by it in our personal lives. Yet when it comes to our own businesses it surprises me how little consideration is given to the most obvious security measure – the “password”. Continue reading