10 tips to develop a successful entrepreneurship

Discussion in 'General Business' started by the ceo, Jun 8, 2019.

  1. the ceo

    the ceo Member

    1. Summarize your ideas
    Writing helps you visualize the plans you have in mind and order your ideas. Then you can review those concepts and not leave the main focus of your business.

    2. Prepare to go further
    To carry out a venture, not only a good idea is enough; you also have to know how to sell it.

    3. Generate contacts
    Animate to introduce yourself and send an e-mail to those you think may be interested in your venture, do not anticipate your response. Write an attractive email that reflects your passion for entrepreneurship. The worst that can happen is that they respond: "I'm not interested, thanks."

    4. Work on the identity of your brand
    Your brand deserves an authentic, personal and professional identity (well made). If you are not a designer, do not despair: there are very good designers for all budgets. I asked for a quote without fear.

    5. Become a true leader
    To take charge of your business, it is necessary to make decisions every day. Do not let the market or your customers manage your venture. Go in search of what you want to achieve.

    6. I measured your results
    Having records of all costs, investment and income of money help to know if the project is profitable or we have to correct future measures.

    7. Educate your team
    If we delegate it is essential that we trust the person, we explain the task with objectives and deadlines to comply and that we are flexible with what could not be resolved to explain and organize again.

    8. Look around you
    The market, competition, and target audience must be analyzed, not only at the start of the venture but also periodically.

    9. Nutrition from social networks
    A good way to test the public of your social networks is to make promotions and discounts especially for them. In the best case (and how much more tempting is what you offer), you will convert simple "I like" sales.

    10. I built a close link with your customers
    The relationship with the client does not end when he has already received the product of his purchase. It starts much earlier and never ends. You have to think about strategies for customer loyalty: newsletters, discounts, birthday greetings, etc.
     
  2. Charles T

    Charles T Administrator

    On the flip side of #9, I can say as a customer that I have often been roped in by 9. Nutrition from social networks, in that I've been tempted to buy promoted things from Instagram or Facebook that I might not have otherwise if I saw an ad in other places or if I was looking at the item at full/regular price with no promo code.
     

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