I hope everyone had a great week!
It’s weekend and its time for an Author’s pick! Aside from my favourite infographic and explainer videos section of my blog, this portion gives me the chance to choose which article I would like to share to you.
This weekend, our focus will be some tips on how to create your own product and measuring your commitment to your online business in UK.
I shared to you yesterday about an article on
Today, we will continue it on how to measure your commitment in starting an online business in UK after you have identified which product to create. It is important that you need to measure your commitment.
Are you starting an online business and looking for small business tips and home business ideas? If you are, then congratulations! There is a reason you stumbled upon this article, and that is, you want to find answers to the basic questions confronting most first-time entrepreneurs.
Let’s admit it. Starting an online business in UK– whether a brick and mortar store, or an online retail shop – can be a test not only of your business acumen, but your patience, dedication and will to succeed.
There are some who get lucky on their first try and don’t get to experience the “birth pains” which most start-ups encounter. On the other hand, there are those who go through the wringer, so to speak, in order to achieve their entrepreneurial goals.
Here are five tips on how you can overcome the challenges, which confront most newbie entrepreneurs, and make your business in UK stand out and become a winning venture.
1. Develop Excellent Products and Services.
Everything starts with a great product or service. When going toe-to-toe with big time competitors, word of mouth can be your biggest asset and main lead generator. It is therefore crucial to get people to talk about what you offer and why you are in the business of selling and service delivery in the first place.
Being a friendly and charming business person is good and all, but these traits will not be enough to lure customers back to your shop unless you possess a product or provide a service which meets, or even exceeds, their expectations.
Continue to refine your product, devise new sales offerings and strategies, and maintain the mindset that a great product or service always makes the cash register ring.
2. Be Dependable. As a small business owner, you must do your best to live up to your company’s brand and standards. Your failure to do so can have major repercussions for start-ups like you which heavily depend on client referrals. You always have to keep in mind that brand loyalty lies first and foremost, in great service, and that a happy customer is a loyal customer. So you must learn to keep your promise at all costs even if it means going the extra mile. It doesn’t matter whether you make seemingly impossible commitments like delivering pizzas within 15 minutes or less, or finishing a complex house painting job within 24 hours.
Always remember that a business which stands by its word will be rewarded by its customers generously.
Read the full article here.
Be aggressive, and invite people to try and experience the great things your company has to offer.
We hope that with these small business tips and home business ideas, inspire you and turn your dream of starting an online business in to reality. Or that opening that retail outlet – will start to take form, and take flight soon!
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Every success to you,