3 Basic Tips and Advice for Female Entrepreneurs

Whether you started a business because you wanted more work-life balance, your passion project became your business or you wanted a flexible schedule, one overarching theme is evident – female entrepreneurs are spreading their passions in communities everywhere.

Today, I’m sharing a few tips and tricks that will help you improve your business bottom line and lay the groundwork for long-term success.

Ensure customers can find your business.

With more than one billion websites now available, having a website has not only become essential but effectively promoting its existence and value has become critical to your ability to gain new customers. If you don’t have a website (particularly one optimized for the mobile experience), you need to either build one yourself or have one built for you by working with one of the many websites hosting or development companies available today. Then learn and apply search engine optimization (SEO), email marketing, online advertising and other online marketing services that will lead new customers to discover your business online.

Connect and engage with customers on their terms.

The personal touch and excellent customer service that encourage people to patronize small businesses can extend to social media platforms, where small business owners can connect and engage directly with both potential new and existing customers. Set up a LinkedIn page for your business to serve as a networking channel; build a customer fan base on Facebook through promoting specific products, promotions, and services and engaging directly with the customer. Let the social media channels drive customers to your business.

Take advantage of new resources.

If you’re overwhelmed with the everyday demands that starting and running a business requires or don’t feel you have the know-how to build, optimize and promote your business online, find an expert to guide you through the process or even manage all these details on your behalf. Whether you seek assistance from a business organization or online services provider who can do it all – from design, building and hosting your website to promoting it via SEO, email marketing, and social media management, consider the arrangement as a partnership that’s critical to your ability to meet or exceed your business goals.


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Author: Rose Wheeler

Hey, I'm Rose! I work with words on a daily basis as a content manager and writer. When I'm not working with my awesome clients, I enjoy cooking, yoga, styling, blogging and curling up with a good book.

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