When you started your business, you probably had a logo made, built a website, and created social media channels. Then, as most of us do, we move on to building our business. We get so busy with the daily tasks, we forget to revisit our brand from time to time. Is it time to rebrand?
If you’re feeling a bit like your network, social media following or clients aren’t as engaged as they were more than a year ago, you’re not alone. We’re hearing this from many of our clients. As you get back from vacations and plan the rest of the year, it’s time to start reaching out. How do you re-engage your audience?
Did you know… there are SEO tips for small business owners that you can implement yourself! We came up with a list you can start working on today.
If you’re feeling like you never have time away from the office, it’s time to evaluate how you’re spending your time. Here are some ways for business owners to de-stress that we have found helpful…
Social media marketing is very useful in growing your business and it here to stay! So how do you market on social media? Here’s our answer…
In general terms, business development is any activity, initiative, or opportunity pursued to make the business better. This can be anything from forming new partnerships or relationships to increasing revenues or expanding, or adding value through new systems, products or services.
You have started a business. Now What? These steps for new business owners will help protect, grow, and market your business.
Do you struggle with putting a plan into motion? Seeking out an outside perspective for your business can bring results such as business growth and improvement. Read more now!
Do you have a Google My Business listing for your company? If not, do you want to know why it is critical for you to have a GMB listing to help grow your business? It’s vital to create a Google My Business page in today’s world. Here’s why…
There are two different perceptions we think impact your profitability and success as a business. The perception you have about yourself and your business AND the perception others have of you and your business.
Perception equals profit seems to be a topic that keeps coming up with our clients lately. It might not make sense at first but let me explain.