One of the largest social media platforms today, Pinterest can be one of the most effective marketing tools for your small business! If you haven’t already ventured there, Pinterest is a social network that allows you to create virtual “boards” where you can “pin” images and other visual content that inspires you. The topics for these boards are limitless. You can find anything from recipes to fun do-it-yourself projects. You’re probably wondering, how this can help your business grow?
One of the strongest traits that small businesses have is their customer service. Unlike many major corporations, small businesses have the time and man power to go above and beyond with their client relationships. Finding ways to tune these relationships can make a significant difference in the client references you may receive and also boost the happiness of your clients.
The following tips will help strengthen your small businesses’ relationships with clients.
According to a poll from Search Engine Land, 72% of consumers say that they trust online reviews as much as personal recommendations, while 52% say that positive online reviews make them more likely to use a local business.
Needless to say, if there is one thing small business owners can't afford to ignore in the digital age, it's their online reputation.
Do you have a business and don’t have a website? If you said yes, it’s almost as if your business doesn’t exist. In this modern era, people and companies are on the internet for information. Why do you think people visit a website? It’s primarily to find information. And if you’re in the business world, information is critical. You need to have a website for your customers. It needs to contain information about what you can do for them. Below are just a few of the advantages and benefits of having a website for your business.