Life itself is only a vision – a dream…RSS
Fighting to keep your customers is a part of being in the war of business, but what a lot of owners tend to forget about is how to grow their army, how to sway public opinion, how to leverage risk in their favor. Is it a good idea to create new products or add to existing features? Are contests a smoov move? What about changing the way you handle your social media campaigns? If you keep on reading this post from your number one site, detailedreams, you’re almost guaranteed to know what the people really want, what they really need.
Coupons and deals
Thanks to all the coupon sites out there, it’s really difficult to distinguish the difference between a dedicated follower and your run-of-the-mill penny pincher. If you think about it, it shouldn’t really matter anyway because the amount of quality and value you offer will turn your digital coupon clipper into a repeat buyer. If you can amaze a prospect with quality and value and simplicity by the way you conduct business, it’s going to be a win for all parties involved.
Have a smart plan in place
You can be the best at what you do, but does it even really matter when you can’t bring in the flocks of people? I see small businesses making the same mistakes time and again, which holds them back from breaking new ground. It’s not really about money or decades of experience. The reason why new business fails is that they don’t have a smart plan in place and a realistic way of reeling in the people. So what’s the best way to go about it? Talk to your long-term customers, listen to one of them at a time, and use their opinions to serve the rest.
Keep your budgets lean
In the current state of affairs, it’s mandatory that you keep your budgets as lean as possible. This is the time to think outside of reality if you want to grow your reach. People are the blood that pumps through your heart and veins, so always find a way to filter your system and keep the good cells flowing back into it. You don’t have to spend thousands upon thousands of shekels on expensive marketing agencies or rebranding existing materials. Think about starting your own local meeting via Facebook, writing for other leading sites in your industry, and checking out as many trade shows as you can.
Be business smoov
Bringing in more people doesn’t require you to contract the services of a voodoo witchdoctor, it’s all about sticking to the rules that have worked for eons and eons: the psychology of humanity. The key to success is hard coded into each and every one of us. Know them as well as yourself and you’ll begin to mine the gold for your business. You have to know how human beings think and feel, instead of waiting for them to react to their thoughts and then doing something about it after it’s said and done.
Have unlimited standards
Even if you think you have the best product and/or service in the universe, here’s a mental treat for you to nibble on: it’s always never enough. The goal is to understand humanity before you even embark on your latest campaigns. It starts with a profound understanding of humanity—the problems of life we all experience in our own unique way. So when you’re drafting up your next marketing plan, thoroughly think it through in a way that doesn’t seem conventional to help you spot something out of this world, and what solutions you can provide to make others see the brighter side of things.
Here Tweeter, Tweeter, Tweeter…
Twitter is a thing that’s here to stay. A lot of people use it to remain in the know with their hobbies and interests because it’s just a great social tool to nurture a personal, a mental connection to something greater than the self, not as a way to read the spam of whatever you’re offering. If you want to make the best use of Twitter, start a contest like Adam Carolla did, ask your dedicated fans for ideas, give them something in return, and reap the rewards of the collective consciousness.