Posted by Karen Munoz, EA

Learn the Top Small Business Tips for Quick Growth

Learn the Top Small Business Tips for Quick Growth

Growing your business in this age and time is not an easy venture. With lots of competition and the constant evolution of the market, it can be sometimes overwhelming to keep up. 

Are you thinking of ways to grow your business and see tangible results in record time? Then read on. 

A quick disclaimer: This does not promise to be an overnight fix. But, when you consistently and diligently apply these tips, you will definitely see the growth you desire in your business.

  1. Get the right team.

Nothing pulls a business backwards more than having the wrong team members. A business is like a machine. Every part has to be working in sync for the engine to run smoothly. So, when hiring team members (or employees), look out for those who are skilled, qualified and have the same mindset or insight about your business as you do, or hire those who are open-minded and willing to learn.

  1. Focus on pressure areas (the area that gives the most results).

It is one thing to give every area of your business the same amount of attention. It is another to focus on pressure points or areas that yield the most results.

There is a reason for the 80/20 rule. This rule states that you should focus 80% of your attention on the key 20% areas that bring the most income and results. That way, you can be sure of getting defined outcomes in those areas. One way to do this is to nurture your business relationships with your customers.

  1. Cut down on risks.

Running a business comes with accompanying risks. However, a bit of discretion is needed in dealing with these risks. One of the ways to do so is to subscribe to a business insurance plan. This secures the business against unexpected occurrences, such as data theft, financial scams or cybercrimes, which can leave businesses in a tight spot.

 To insure themselves against these events, business owners seek out better insurance plans or update the current ones. This is because not all business insurance plans cater to these business risks. This is especially important in the case of a growth surge in business.

  1. Be flexible.

As earlier mentioned, the world is in a constant state of evolution. As a business owner, it is imperative to be open to the continuous changes occurring in the marketplace, and be quick to adapt, so that your business will not be left behind or become lost in the crowd.

  1. Your customer is your business. Give them your attention

Your clients or customers are the reason you’re still in business. Many businesses have grown and are still thriving today due to testimonials or referrals that they have gotten from happy customers.

If quality customer experience does not rank high on your list of business priorities, then the growth you seek might take long.

Delivering quality products and premium services, as well as being patient with your customers, is one way to ensure your customers have something good to say about your business. Never treat your customers as you please; that is like shooting yourself in the foot. Nurture your customer relationships and give them a priority.

Keeping your content engaging and your platforms, such as your websites and social media handles, aesthetically pleasing and easy to navigate is another way to boost positive customer ratings.

  1. Be proactive and invest in self-development

Proper planning always leads to positive results one way or another. When you plan, unexpected occurrences often do not take you by surprise, and your business is usually saved.

  1. Be active on social media.

Over half of the world’s population today is active on social media. So, suppose your business does not have a solid and active presence on social media, you can imagine the consequence. In that case, you will miss out on many opportunities to get newer customers and build your rapport with your existing customers. 

If you are not on social media, now will be a good time to do so. For businesses already active on social media, you should double your efforts to gain more visibility and interact with your target audience.



Karen Munoz, EA
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