As a small business owner, implementing new technologies can be a hassle. Regulations are tight, and information must be tightly protected. Unfortunately, this can often make it difficult to engage with your customers.
The manufacturing industry in the United States is, both literally and figuratively, the backbone on which our lives are built. There is not much that we do throughout the day that doesn’t include using a manufactured product. Examples of this are the clothes we wear, vehicles taking us from point a to point b, and the furniture we sit or sleep on.
Cyber security is a real concern, and should be a top priority for organizations nationwide. As breaches and fraudulent acts occur in the headlines, you should focus your efforts on understanding what cyber security is and how you can protect your business from similar attacks.
Email marketing is a strategic way to connect with both current and potential customers. It allows you to communicate upcoming promotions, information about your operations and provide customer service.
Owning an online business can be an exciting venture; especially if your inventory has resonated with customers. If you own an online business that has seen great success, you may have contemplated expanding your business into a brick and mortar store. This can translate into new opportunities for your business; additional sales, more visibility and an overall successful business.
Want to enhance your small business’s online presence? Then it’s time to focus on gaining social media followers! Developing a social media strategy may seem daunting, but if executed correctly, it can help you reach new customers. To start, you should focus on how to get more followers, so that you’ll in-turn receive more engagement. Increasing your followers on various platforms will allow you to reach a wider audience, which will hopefully translate into more customers.
Are you ready to take your business to the next level? It may be time to invest your time and finances into creating mobile coupons for your shopping-savvy customers.
Fintech is the marriage of finance and technology, and regardless of your industry, you may want to follow what’s happening in the world of fintech. This sector of the finance market has exploded in recent years and, in particular, it has generated a number of products and services that are ideal for small business owners.
Chances are, when you first heard about Snapchat, using it to advertise your business may not have been what came to mind. The app, which was initially released in 2011, specializes in temporary messages and stories that disappear after a certain amount of time, 10 seconds or under, determined by the sender.