Building a brand takes work and strategy. Often times, entrepreneurs or small businesses want a way to really increase brand presence and exposure, and find organic avenues to find new customers. Building strategic partnerships is one way to do all of this and it’s something you should definitely have on your to do list!
Communication is so ingrained in our day-to-day that we often don’t even think about our communication style. Unless you’re asking for regular feedback, chances are you may never notice if your communication style is lacking. If it’s something you haven’t given much thought to, you should definitely start thinking about! Communication skills may be the one thing holding you back.
Something that’s incredibly important to know, but even more incredibly easy to not think about, is your site load speed. How fast does your site load? Have you ever checked? Don’t worry – most people don’t know!
If it’s loading too slow, and by too slow I mean longer than two seconds, then you’re likely losing traffic. This delay can be a snowball affect for your overall user experience (UX). A slow site means that your customers are going to have issues with your site, even if they’ve made it past your front page.
When it comes to marketing your business, social media cannot be ignored. Some marketers are still closing their eyes and hoping social media goes away, while others aren’t keeping up with the ever-changing trends and suffer from F.O.M.O. (Fear Of Missing Out).
Since things change so often in the online world, it’s important to always reevaluate and look at the social myths we once believed and debunk them. Today, I’m going to debunk three myths that I hear quite often!
As an entrepreneur, it’s easy to consider work as your hobby and completely forget about having a life. If you work from home, it’s even easier – you log onto your computer anytime there’s work to do and can easily neglect your “free” time. Or, maybe you’re even so busy you’ve forgotten what free time even is! I feel ya.
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