Unfair Advantage is for You if…
- You feel like you are another “me-too” in your field, You are not really standing out!
- If you are curious as to exactly what triggers your success
- If you have NOT utilized Media to increase revenue in your business
- If you are curious about crowdfunding but don’t want to ruin your reputation using it
- If you need additional revenue streams
- If you are a coach, speaker, trainer, authors, business owner or media personality!
- If you are tired and buying programs and courses only to find they have NO positive impact on your revenue.
I want to share a few things I have learned over my 17 years in media and business.
People who use their unfair advantage and take any program they have and make it work!
If you leave out your sparkle, you can’t shine!
TWEET to invite a friend
This is a question I’m sure every small business owner or manager has thought about at some point. To answer this question properly, you must first ask yourself “Is it worthwhile to have your products and services available in the pockets of every customer new and existing?” I hope your answer is YES!! Not only does this changing mobile technology give you the ability to communicate directly with your exact target audience, it also makes way for an immense amount of free piggyback advertisement.
This type of exposure only a few short years ago would have cost us thousands; now with a good app building service like the one I strongly recommend to small business owners on my website at www.QuickAppSuccess.com, it’s a fraction of what it used to be. More than 90% of consumers own mobile devices and everyday more of those consumers are buying online. As we all know, increasing overall customer satisfaction is a key to maximizing profits. This means mobile friendly marketing strategies are essential to any successful business. Remember, if you build it, they will come.
Whether you are a new or experienced business owner, it may seem difficult to remain committed and keep your nose to the grindstone at times. Nonetheless, one of the most determining factors to your success is simply sticking with it, so here are a few simple tips to staying motivated in running your own business to get you started!
1. Evaluate your competition. This may seem like it could be incredibly discouraging if many of your competitors are doing better than you, but on the flipside, they may also be having a slow quarter with low sales. If you can look across your niche market and put into perspective how your competition is performing, you will have a better idea of where you are at. If for some reason your results are subpar, be gentle with yourself, and take that as an opportunity to learn and grow to measure up to your competitors.
2. Remember what you are there for. There is no better way to get motivated than to think of why you started your business in the first place! If you used to work as a waitress before branching out on your own online venture, you can thank your lucky stars that you have the opportunity to be your own boss and no longer have to serve burgers to customers. Even if you were top in your field in a corporation, starting your own business gives you the opportunity to be financially independent, make your own hours, and pursue your passions. That in itself is pure motivation.
3. Look for a mentor or advisor. This is fantastic help if you feel that you are hitting a wall in your business. There are always people out there that are farther along on their journey than you are, so be open to advice, encouragement, and guidance. Of course, make sure that the person that you go to truly knows what they are doing in your industry. If you have an affiliate marketing business that you are hoping to grow, you want your mentor to be specifically experienced with that to give you insider advice and tips.
The bottom line is to simply not give up. Starting your own business is the opportunity to pursue your dreams and have even more freedom, but it does take determination and drive. You can do it!
BY Chuggin McCoffee
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