“Do what you do so well that they will want to see it again and bring their friends.” – Walt Disney
“Creating love between your company and your customers can help scale positive word of mouth that’s absolutely priceless.”
Here are 10 ways to help make your customers fall in love with your business:
Make sure you have a clear vision and plan
–and that you stick to them.
In the majority of cases, start-up success or failure is all about knowing the both and the how and the why of taking action, and always being clear about which steps to take next.
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Employees are the reflection of their employer.
Delegate responsibility and then trust your people. Micro-managers are never appreciated and shows disrespect toward the team member. Once you’ve trained someone to handle a task, allow him or her to handle it without interference. Different people have different approaches, and someone else’s way of doing something may be just as efficient as the way you would do it.
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Minor shifts in your routine and focus can have a huge positive effect on the quality of your work experience.
“I’ve written about workplace happiness in the past, but many of my suggestions require consistent effort. Here are five sure-fire, incredibly easy actions that will immediately improve your workplace experience:”
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The Golden Cicle
How to Successfully Sell your Business
“People don’t buy what you do, they buy why you do it.”
What Can They do for You and Your Business?
“Because of my background working on social media marketing campaigns for numerous large businesses, small and independent business owners often ask me how they should dive into the social media world. Many of them have little or no experience with social media and some of them may use it but without purpose. Here are 7 general tips I give to them before they take the plunge into social media marketing.”
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Social media is a great way to advertise and engage your community members for a little to no cost.
Want to learn how to acquire a web presence?
Contact Emily at 780-623-2662 ext. 0 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Advice from a young entrepreneur in the trenches
“I write Entrepreneur.com ‘s Young Entrepreneur column because I believe thereare far too few resources directly addressing the nonacademic trials and tribulations young entrepreneurs face along their journey. Whenever possible, I encourage up-and-comers and established entrepreneurs to mentor the next generation of dream-seekers; for it is this insight and insider education that will provide the foundation for the entrepreneurs of tomorrow.
With that, here are 10 pieces of advice that I wish someone had given to me before I launched my first venture.”
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