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Tips for Growing Your Small Business

Posted by Matt Roberge on Apr 28, 2017 9:00:00 AM

Tips for Growing Your Small BusinessIf you have a small business, you may not want to stay small forever. But how can you grow your small business? Some entrepreneurs think it's a natural process that will take care of itself. In reality, growth is like anything else in your business: it’s something you need to plan for.

Tips for Growing Your Small Business

If you'd like to grow your small business, there are several things you will want to do:

  • Get to know your customers and their wants. The best way to grow your business is to have more people coming to you for products and services. And the best way to do that is to determine what your current customers need and want from you. If you're offering a service, are there related or complementary services that your customers would appreciate? How much would they be willing to pay for those services? If you’re offering a product, is there a related product or service you can offer? Do your due diligence and market research to get to know your customers and to help anticipate and meet their needs.
  • Grow your marketing, not just your advertising. Become active on social media and in your community and encourage word-of-mouth buzz. Become proactive about seeking positive reviews from customers who seem happy and post attractive pictures on social media. Make an effort to reach out to customers for your services.
  • Focus on value and innovation. Your business will grow when you offer value that customers want. Focus on what you can offer to make your customers’ lives better. Always be looking for new ways to grow. Get familiar with trade magazines and stay up-to-date about innovations in your sector. Attend trade and professional seminars to learn. When something new comes along, be willing to invest in trying it out. Offer value to your customers by helping them with advice and support as well as with your products and services.
  • Get professional help. Outsourcing some of your tasks with a virtual assistant, outsourced CFO, outsourced bookkeeper and other services frees up your time so you can focus on your customers and building your business.

If you would like to outsource CFO, financial forecasting, business consulting services or other related services, contact SLC Bookkeeping. SLC Bookkeeping is a small business designed to help other small businesses grow and succeed. Our goal is helping you get to the next level.

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Topics: Small Business