Running a business is tough.
How can you advance your business and get it in front of eyes of millions?
Here are 6 ideas to increase the chance of getting your business noticed.
Give Advice on Reddit
Reddit was founded in 2005, that’s 13-long years ago and is still going strong today.
As of February 2018, Reddit had 542 million monthly visitors (234 million unique users), ranking as the #3 most visited website in U.S. and #6 in the world, according to Alexa Internet, with 57.4% of its user base coming from the United States, followed by the United Kingdom at 7.5% and Canada at 6.3%.
Reddit is the perfect place to meet, talk, and share topics that are of interest to you.
Do your research. Learn about how people react with each other in particular communities. Build connections.
Offer useful insights by responding in a thoughtful manner. Reddit is a platform to share your knowledge and encourage others to step take a pludge into ecommerce business.
The more you give the more you’ll get back. Share your journey and give advice on how to tackle online entrepreneurship.
Write for Others
If you are an expert or have extended knowledge in a particular subject, blogging/vlogging is for you.
According to Lifewire; established blogs have the ability to drive traffic to your content quickly.
Managing your blog is time-consuming. It takes years to build and grow an audience while continuously providing valuable content to an already established audience. That’s why so many bloggers stop their efforts even before their blog turns one.
Even if you manage your own blog, it is still a good idea to write for other blogs. If you are above average writer, you will drive more traffic to your own blog.
Reference Products in Posts
Internal and external links help boost your SEO ranking.
Internal linking makes your site way more useful and user-friendly. Instead of having to search through your blog archives or heading to the main website menu to find the link they need, it’s already there in your content, right in the spot and moment where it’s most relevant to your reader.
With plenty of internal links, your site is easy to navigate and helpful, making website visitors more likely to come back, navigate your site easily, and engage more actively and positively with your brand.
Links are important, make sure all links work properly and periodically check all the external links to make sure they are findable pages.
Reach out to social media influencers that already use your brand.
Put your alter – ego aside and select influencers that already truly love your brand instead of an influencer that has the following but no other correlation to your product.
People go find reviews on Youtube, Instagram and Facebook. When you team up with an influencer, don’t just give them a script. Let them do their thing. Users follow influencers for their authentic self.
Follow up is the break-through to every successful business.
Most us don’t take the time to answer a survey questions unless we are offered some kind of incentive.
When customer agrees to being surveyed, be quick about it. Don’t waste their time.
According to Hubspot, here are a few of the questions you should ask your customers to gain the upper right hand among your competitors. What do you want to know?
- What was it like before you had our product or service?
- What problem(s) were you trying to solve with our product or service?
- Where did you start your search?
- What made our product or service stand out from other options?
- What was the obstacle that almost prevented you from buying our product or service?
In the world of business, customer satisfaction is the main reason great businesses repel forward.
Word-of-mouth travels fast, however, it can be difficult for a startup to get that online traction right away.
Send your most loyal customers an email asking to compile information about their most experience with your brand. Always send personalized emails.
Whether you are just starting out or you have been running a business for a while it’s never to late to take your business to a next level.