Find a Niche Market to Grow your Business

niche market

Business owners, the competition in your industry is huge.  Many competitors offer the same or similar services or products.  In order for your business to survive, don’t take them head-on:  think small to stand out.  Learn how to grow your business by discovering your niche market.

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The Evolution of the Business Card

Business cards used to have as much information on them as possible.  A logo, company name, contact information, summary of products/services offered, and a good arrangement were the standard.  It was clean, professional and relevant with plenty of white space.  Today’s business card opened up the possibilities of what we can do with the little space given.  While it’s not used as much today, the business card is seeing a resurgence and companies are going back to the basics.  What made the business card better?  Here are some ways that the business card has changed over the years.

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Grow Your Business With Virtual Staff

Out of the many ways to grow your business, if you haven’t considered growth through virtual staff, you are missing a big one! For the record, virtual staff can be freelancers, temps, or outsourced consultants. Like a special ops unit, this crack team works your online presence like a pro, manages your sales professionally, handles your finances seamlessly, and just makes you look good. You can grow your business with virtual staff because you get a bigger bang for your buck.

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Get Cost Savings on Cell Phone Bills

You rely on your smartphone to keep in touch with your office when you go out on calls to customers. But your cellular service is easily costing you $110 or more per month. In addition, you’re paying for the phones for each member of your sales team. So the fee is proving a major drain on your limited budget.

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How to Grow Your Business with Video

Video has become an important tool to use to grow your business.  In the online world, video can attract the kind of attention that static images, text, or even flashy web pages cannot. One important decision is whether to do-it-yourself or to have a professional video production company handle the product for you.  This decision is often a difficult one for small business owners due to capital constraints.

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