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10 Ways To Expand Your Small Business

Here are ten things that can help you to expand your small business.

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January 28, 2014

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  1. […] Related: 10 Ways To Expand Your Small Business and 4 Way To Make Your Brand Stand Out […]

  2. Steve De Alba says:

    Right now I’m taking classes about e-commerce and how to become a good bussiness man, so I agree tat this is a great way to expand the bussiness, ’cause you are trying to dominate all the information an strategies to make it work. And about asking for help, it’s a MUST, because many people claim to understand SEO, but few people know how to implement optimization strategies correctly. An agency specializing in the subject can offer benefits. There are some that don’t require contracts or fees for the questions you are trying to answer. A Free SEO Audit from a professional is much better than a guess from the internal department of your company. A few months ago, I tried a Multilingual SEO Agency called Dalai Group (http://dalaigroup.com/global-seo-a/), they informed me of their experience in the U.S. Hispanic market. One of my goals was to create content for the Latin American community in the United States. Dalai Group connected culturally and professionally with my audience and the nuances of their birth countries. Our project became much more focused because of the details we shared with a new firm. Experts can help in more ways than you know.

  3. inoace says:

    Point 1 and 2 are now a days very very important, with ever changing tech industry and weekly game changing products, you have to be on top of your game and willing to accept new changes even if that means forgetting old and learning new trends.

  4. As a struggling recent turn freelancer I fully support the “3. Create a passive income stream”, if it wasn’t for 2 clients I have before quitting my job to go “solo” I would probably be on the streets as I type.

    Recurrent income is a must, and yes even from ego-centric-complaning-clients =/

    Nice article by the way =)

  5. Interesting post. The tips given here can be very effective for small businesses. Some offline marketing techniques such as publishing customized magazines, publishing brochures that contain the information about your business can be also a good option to reach to the maximum customers.

  6. paulrichard says:

    The post is very informative. The various ways mentioned in post can be really helpful for entrepreneurs. Online marketing techniques can also be applied to reach to the maximum customers. It can include developing a blog, designing a nice website for your business, interacting with customers through a blog or social networking sites etc.

  7. Paginas Web says:

    Great Tips, the start is always the hardest for any kind of business.

  8. Erin says:

    I recently created an e-course, and have plans for another! It’s a great way to answer questions that I’m asked all the time, and I really enjoyed creating it! My next e-course will be one to share with my clients to help them manage their websites on their own. I think they’ll love it!

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