If you run a small business, it's likely that you're thinking about the ways in which technology can benefit your company. You've probably heard about how important it is to have an online presence and be active on social media. But what about creating a website for your business? While some people may think that this isn't necessary for smaller companies, that couldn't be further from the truth! Here are five reasons why your business needs a website.
According to local Search Engine Optimization statistics, 86% of people rely on the internet to find local businesses, and 97% of consumers check a company’s online presence before deciding to visit them. This is all to say, your online presence is often the first impression your potential customers will have of your business. In order for your business to grow and for potential clients to find you, it is essential to build your online presence to get ahead.
Advertising with Google can be daunting. Luckily, Google has made it possible for every entrepreneur to use their Ads platform to grow their business.
Advertising can be easier than you'd think. With various social media platforms and search engine capabilities, your opportunities are endless. You just need to know where to start. So, let’s start with the social media platforms currently dominating the advertising industry: Facebook and Instagram. With these 2 platforms, you’ll get the most bang for your buck - with the least amount of effort.
While digital marketing for your business is important, offline advertising can be just as effective. Attending local events, gatherings, or additional activities can present you with a chance to meet community leaders and introduce your business to community members. Bring your business cards, and wear your logo proudly!
The temperature has fallen, windshields are frozen over, and you’re wondering what to do to keep your business earning big in the winter months. We’ve got you covered. Check out these 4 quick and easy tips you can implement today to get back in business over the winter. It’s time to break out your gloves, boots, and flannels… Let’s get to work!
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed “business as usual” across thousands of industries. Many of these changes are likely to become permanent and will force industry pros to abandon old practices. Business owners using technology to adapt to the ever-changing rules and safety regulations have not just been able to survive, but have thrived in the midst of COVID-19
Tips for New Lawn Care Professionals
You’ve started your business and have a few solid customers, but haven’t received any new ones for a while… now what? We have partnered with new businesses like yours for three years now and would like to share a few things we have learned from our business owners. Here are four tips that allow you to grow your business and continuously add new repeating customers.