Small business aren’t making a comeback – they’ve been here for years (if you have a certain song stuck in your head now – you are my kind of people).
Creating your buyer's personal and defining your ideal client is the foundation for a successful business and thriving entrepreneur.
Finding a balance between the demands of your job when you are a small business owner and your life is like trying to get oil and water to mix.
Every business needs three basic tools to get started. Moving forward without them will guarantee backtracking in the future.
The rule of thumb in business (well my rule of thumb) is that you don't work from where you are right now, you work towards where you want to be.
In the marketing game, your biggest challenge is attempting to stay afloat among the midst of competition.
Being an entrepreneur is not leaving your 9 to 5 on Monday and being rich by Friday. Turn up the lights and see entrepreneurship for what it really is (and it's not for the weak).
If you take the appropriate steps not only to hire the right VA, but, implement them into your business, they will become an intricate part of your overall structure, not a burden to your psyche.
While launches are ever happening within a business, there is a certain time of the year when EVERYONE is looking at the same dates on the calendar and prepping their best for those looking to spend.
A company could have the top products, the best prices, and the fastest delivery but do they support the customer when things go wrong? Customer Service and Word of Mouth will make or break a company.