5 Ways to Give Your New Business a Boost

These five tips are essential if you’re thinking of going back to work or giving up on entrepreneurship.

As a new owner of a business, you feel excited and full of energy. You have great ideas and a vision for how things will turn out. Your products are created, you offer your services, and then it happens. You lose enthusiasm. You see others succeeding that you consider less qualified. And you begin to see others who have started their businesses achieving after you. You start to feel unfair, and the frown lines begin to form.

It’s challenging to keep your business going when you feel like your soul is being stepped on.

These five tips will give you a boost to your business before you go back to the world of work and decide that you are not worthy of being an entrepreneur.

1. Use press releases and articles to build your reputation.

This makes it easy for businesses to get noticed and allows them to make a public display. Want to find out what it feels like to own a new business? It can have your company’s name appear on Google so that potential clients can find you. To help clients understand the brand’s purpose and how it works, you can send press releases. Or you can use articles to communicate a more personal message. I’ve been using articles to help my brand. I also teach my clients how best to pitch journalists and writers to get their message out.

2. Social media presence:

The use of social media is important if you want your visibility to grow. Online presence should be equal to your offline presence. You don’t need a large budget to hire social media managers. They will connect with your target audience and post your content to help you grow your following. Start with them and expand as you need.

3. Do your SEO work

SEO is the magic word we all know but can’t explain in depth. SEO stands for search engine optimization. SEO should be your friend second only to an administrative assistant. SEO is what people use to find you online. You might be a life coach such as me. I want my content to show up when someone Googles “life coach” or my expertise areas like “mindfulness,” “happiness coaching,” or “business coach.” For someone working in PR, the same applies. A person who googles “PR agency,” branding, or marketing should see their content. Google should naturally pair your name with your occupation.

4. Look for influencers within your niche that can market for you.

It is essential to tap into other people’s audiences while building your own as you start your career. Why? Why? Because it is frustrating to see the same five followers without buying anything. What you can do is look for “micro-influencers,” which are everyday people who have enough “pull” to attract a large following (over 3,000), then you can trade with them. Others will barter with you, while some will only work on a pay basis.

The term “barter” is used when there’s a payment alternative. You could exchange if an influencer tells you, “I will promote my course to your audience by making four posts per month for _____,” but you don’t have that but know that the precise needs someone who can help edit his or her podcast. If you’re skilled at that, this is called bartering. This is known as bartering. This is what I do on Instagram. It works. Think about the ability that you have and how you can help others. Don’t just push your products onto people. Keep in mind that people are always in your inboxes. It is messages that are humane, kind, and of mutual benefit that make a difference.

5. Use email marketing

It is fantastic to have thousands upon thousands of followers on social media platforms. It is beautiful to have thousands upon thousands of customers or potential customers. It’s good to have thousands of potential customers. But what about the things that aren’t so great? Not having all those contacts in one central place. It doesn’t make sense to have the email address of someone who bought your course, but it’s not in a central location. How can you tell if clients have had success? Or how can you help them in the next stage of their transformation? It’s crucial to have as many potential customers on your email lists as possible. Why? Because they can be reached via email marketing. You can send them motivating blog posts, offers, or messages of “Happy Anniversary” and “Happy Birthday.” How will you manage to do that with 500 people on Instagram? Is it worth it to go through 500 people’s DMs to give them tips or motivation? Or, would you instead send one mass email to them all? Email marketing is a best way to stay in touch with your followers.

It is not easy, but it is possible. We tend to concentrate on the benefits of entrepreneurship and neglect the journey required to achieve those rewards. Do you recollect what you did in your last job and how someone else did it? Now you’re the boss of all departments. While it may not be fun at the beginning, it will become easier over time. If you are concerned about your mental health, you should not look to the left or right to see how others do it.

Do not be discouraged by those who have started businesses six months or a year ago, and do not allow them make you feel bad. You aren’t yet a millionaire like many people believe. You’re on the right track. Farmers don’t reap what they sow in the same season as when they sow them. This is your sowing year. This is your chance to succeed. You may be able to find a best one if you already have one.

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Samatha Vale
Samatha a senior writer for HC's entertainment team. She is an entreprenuer, mother and an excellent writer. She's also an avid reader, music enthusiast and all around inquisitive person - which is just a nice way of saying she's nosy.

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