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The Best Ways to Help Your Business Succeed - Finnegan Pierson - Blog

The Best Ways to Help Your Business Succeed

There are few things more intimidating than opening a small business. You've put time, energy and passion into your vision, and you want it to succeed more than anything. You probably know by now that being an entrepreneur is more than a full time job - it's a way of life. You put in long hours and have to make sacrifices to keep your business running smoothly. While there are no guarantees that your company will succeed, there are many things you can do to keep things trending in a positive direction. Here are just a few tips to consider.

Prioritize Your Customers

Your customers are the backbone of your business. If you don't have a loyal customer base, you won't have any income. Making your customers the focus of everything you do is one of the keys to success. One of your goals should be to consistently provide your clients with exceptional customer service every day. Create a company culture that prioritizes the needs of the customer above everything else. This will make your customers feel valued and more likely to return. One great way to do this is to empower your employees to fix customer service issues quickly and efficiently.

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Listen to Customer Feedback

Always take customer feedback seriously and implement any changes if you are able to do so. Ask your customers if they would be willing to fill out a survey and seriously consider their comments when reviewing your business practices. If customers know you are listening to them, they are more likely to remain loyal to your brand and spread the word about your business. Testimonials can also go a long way towards building a strong, reputable brand, so don't be afraid to ask customers for review to put on your website or social media pages.

Be Serious About Training Your Employees

Many business owners dread training new employees because they view it as a waste of time and resources. This couldn't be further from the truth. Focus on training your employees thoroughly at the beginning of their employment and it will pay dividends in the future. Feeling that you are able to trust your employees to serve customers and avoid dirty data will allow you to focus on other aspects of your business. Be realistic about how long effective training will take. Approach it as a long-term investment.

Focus on Marketing

Effective marketing is crucial to the success of your business. Whether you handle marketing in-house or outsource it to an experienced firm, you should be prepared to devote serious time and energy to it. Come up with a brand identity and stick with it across all platforms. If you aren't using social media, you should be. Having a variety of social media platforms is a highly effective way to connect with your customers and inform them about your business. View marketing as a way to keep your brand relevant to your customers and engage in an ongoing conversation with them. If you only do one thing to strengthen your business, this should be it.

Be Smart About Finances

Never mingle your business and personal finances. This can get you in trouble with the IRS or, at the very least, cause you some major headaches down the road. Have a business credit card, keep all your receipts and consider opening an entity, such as a limited liability company or a corporation. Don't hesitate to work with an experienced attorney or accountant to help you handle the more complicated financial aspects of your business.

Work With Your Strengths and Weaknesses

Every business owner has strengths and weaknesses. If you are realistic with yourself about your weaknesses, you will be better equipped to delegate the tasks you aren't good at or don't like. Leaning into your strengths allows you to focus on the things that make your business great. Have a brainstorming session about your strong and weak points, then adjust your business accordingly.

Try just a few of these tips to see the positive impact they can have on your business!


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