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Some people refer to entrepreneurs as “starters”. This term makes sense because as an entrepreneur you create something from nothing and market it to the world. It’s extremely risky, but can be very rewarding. Entrepreneurs are a special breed. Their task is risky, not just financially, but emotionally and physically too. Being an entrepreneur is not for the faint of heart.
Entrepreneurs need to have at least a little bit of knowledge in a lot of areas. They need to know about finances, human resources, marketing, product development, and time management to name just a few. Smart entrepreneurs must learn how to tactfully delegate each of these responsibilities because after all, they can’t do everything themselves if they want to scale!
Updated May 14, 2020
Applying these small practices can make your small business rank on top!
Organic search is typically the largest traffic source for any B2B website, usually accounting for 60-70% of total traffic. But simply receiving this organic traffic doesn’t mean that it’s the right traffic that is going to convert.
I’ll show you how to better optimize your web pages so you can rank in Google top 10, attract the right people, and grow your revenue.
One of the keys to rank high in the search engines today is having a responsive website design. This is because a responsive website allows a desktop computer, a tablet, and a smartphone to access your website easily.
Finding your passions as a leader and learning ways how to cultivate them in your organisation is critical to running a high-performing business. Any business, more specifically a start-up venture, is a gamble but if your business idea is one that can potentially be profitable, then having an innate passion for what you do will make the difference between success and failure.
Here are five reasons why:
Running your own business is a no easy accomplishment. With a lot of moving parts that you need to keep in check, it can be quite challenging and daunting to operate. But when done right, venturing into your own business can be one of the most rewarding decisions you’ll ever make in your life.
If you’re planning, yet still afraid to take the challenge of entrepreneurship, then worry not because we’re here to help you out. Here are top 10 secrets you need to know to run a successful and profitable business.
Hitting on the right marketing strategy can save you money and time. Instead of skidaddling down one route, only to reverse and backtrack, you’ll tread the likeliest direction and more confidently advertise your business.
Let the experts show you how.
Wilson Hung, author of The Scientific Marketing Strategy Behind Exponential Growth, writes that developing a marketing plan that is based on a scientific approach will save you wasted money and time. This is because your tested ideas protect you from flitting around, and they show you where to invest your money.
Tonight I attended a great marketing meetup hosted by the SoCal Marketing Club in San Diego's new downtown coworking space ROC. The event featured a great talk by OrganikSEO titled "Using Content to Amplify Your SEO Campaign" and it inspired me to write this short post.
Shortly after meeting Julien Brandt, OrganikSEO's founder and speaking about various online marketing topics, he shared with me his company's new "Growing your Busines Online" infographic, which shares the essential message of this blog post in a single image. In fact, this image is being shared here on Bloominari's Blog before Julien had a chance to post it on his own site, so I'm happy he gave me the opportunity to do so :-)
So, you want to own your own business or become a solo-preneur? You know that paving your own path, breaking through the standard, or just doing something different that makes your heart skip a beat is your path in life?
Maybe you think you have a great idea for an unfilled need, or want to start something with a cause behind it that you believe in. Maybe you just want to freelance or work solely for industries you care about?
Whatever it is, in this day and age, with enough gut-so, hardwork and passion, you can do it!
Running a small business is no easy feat. It requires tenacity and ambition, but above all, a willingness to adapt and learn.
Here are some of the biggest questions small business owners have.
Answer = A well designed and thought out brand is essential to business. No matter how big, small, young, old, or well known your business are, a brand will not only help create business familiarity among customers, but will allow you to stand out among your competition.
A brand creates an identity for your business; what you do and why you do it should both be transparent in your brand. Even a simple, yet eye catching logo, thoughtful brand messaging, and well designed support materials can help your brand pop.
This is one of the greatest questions small businesses ask themselves when they’re in need of building their online web presence. As most of you already know, building a website for a company is a crucial step in order to exist in today’s digital world.
Today, if your company doesn’t have a website, it’s is just as bad as if your office doesn’t have a phone number where they can reach you. In short, building a small business website or personal web page is crucial to the marketing and branding of you or your company.
There’s a couple of things you should think about and consider before you jump to any conclusions. Let’s take a look:
Based on your answers to those three key questions, you should be quickly able to decide who should build your website. If you time is more valuable to grow your business and brand, for sure hire someone. If you’ve got time to spare and want to be adventurous and save some money try to build your own!
Too many beginner designers are under the assumption that all the ‘magic’ happens at the computer. They move into Adobe Illustrator or Photoshop way to quickly, and sit and stare at their screens hoping that some inspiration pops out at them from the pixels.
In reality, this rarely happens (if at all). Even the ‘simplest’ designs were imagined through a highly structured, multi-step process. Seasoned designers frequently go through tens and maybe hundreds of ideas and raw sketches before they narrow down to the final few ‘workable’ concepts.
These raw ideas are all generated through brainstorming.
The old adage goes, “there’s more than one way to skin a cat.” There’s definitely more than one way to spark creativity as well. David Sherwin shares many beneficial brainstorming techniques in his book Creative Workshop. Try out one (or more) of these exercises and see what ideas you come up with that you wouldn’t necessarily have thought of before.
This brainstorming method lets you identify a range of ideas quickly in a free-form manner.
1. In the center of your page, write the key points of focus for your brainstorm.
2. Radiating outward, jot down any related words, concepts, ideas, and even opposites.
3. Expand upon and circle relationships in the ideas that emerge.
4. Extract the big ideas and start to sketch out possible design executions.
Similar to mind mapping, word listing has a bit more structure and can sometimes yield quicker results.