The Solopreneur’s Top Priority

The Solopreneur’s Top Priority

 

In the video above Gary Vaynerchuk is going to share some awesome tips for solopreneurs!..

“Gary Vaynerchuk is a serial entrepreneur. Fresh out of college he took his family wine business Wine Library and grew it from a $3M to a $60M business in just five years. Now he runs VaynerMedia, one of the world’s hottest digital agencies. Along the way he became a prolific angel investor and venture capitalist, investing in companies like Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Uber, and Birchbox before eventually co-founding his own VC.”

Via: Gary Vaynerchuk


How You Can Make Your Home Business Successful

Everyone may have thought about being their own boss here and there. Perhaps you have deliberated about it also. There isn’t anything like being able to have any hours you want or to be a boss to yourself. Keep reading this article if you want some strong, effective tips about starting a home business.

Learn to show appreciation to your customers. Include a special gift and a thank you note when you send them their order. Always remind them that you are grateful for doing business with you. Clients love receiving free merchandise and feeling appreciated by businesses they have relationships with. Let them know that they are important to your business.

Try joining a home business forum. Joining one will give you a valuable opportunity to hear ideas from people dealing with the same questions you are, and to share your own ideas with them.

Most people who work from home face the same difficulties and challenges and discussing them is beneficial to all parties.

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Customers should be given incentives when they refer others to do business with you. Encourage your friends and customers to refer more people to you since word of mouth will cost you less than any other form of advertisement. Incentives will also give your current customers a reason to stick to your services alone.

Although it may be difficult to resist giving customers special breaks or leniency when you are first building up your business, this can be a very dangerous practice for your bottom line. You need to set payment information on all communication and also enforce a late payment policy.

Regardless of the kind of business you run, it is still important that you give your customers optimum service. How successful your business is will depend on how you manage it. Always be open to learning new things. Flexibility is a virtue for a businessperson. Your home enterprise will start taking off before you know it.

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Until next time,

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