What a time it is to be alive! The digital age has not only allowed us to stream hours of content into our homes, talk face to face with people on the other side of the planet and order cuisine from around the world with just the tap of a screen, it’s also proven a tremendous boon to those who yearn for the entrepreneurial life. The digital age has transformed the world of small business in a number of ways. Above all, it has provided hard working, ambitious and imaginative people more means than ever through which to build and grow their very own online business. Whether your enterprise exists solely in the digital realm or whether you have a physical presence on the high street or even if you’re just a freelancer working from home it’s essential to build an online presence for your business.
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If you have an offline business, you may have toyed with the idea of going online. If you haven’t yet, this post is designed to convince you that it’s something you really need to do. When you take your business online, you can target a much larger audience, and aren’t limited to only the people who visit your area.
The pointers in this post will help you to make the best possible decisions when it comes to taking your offline business online:
This is a contributed post. Please refer to my disclosure for more information.
In the business world, speed is of increasing importance. We live in a world where everything is instant. We expect to log on to a website and have all the information we need straight away, we can order goods online and have them with us within a few hours, and we’re getting used to it. We’ve become impatient, and we want things to happen fast. If you run a small sales business, it can be hard to keep up with the bigger companies offering super-fast service and 2-hour delivery windows. But, if you want to do well, it’s essential that you do your best. Here are some improvements that you can make to speed up your business.
One of the best strategies for succeeding in the world of online startups is by starting small (or lean, which is the fashionable team at the moment. But I use the word small. It’s straightforward and it doesn’t remind me of dieting).
When it comes to launching your website, small is the way to go. In this post, I’ll outline my top tips for helping you do that, and help you to avoid the stress that comes from trying to launch any new website.
If you are currently writing a budget for your startup and wondering how much a website will cost you, here is some data for you. I have broken it down into the three most common options available to new startups.
It’s worth noting: this is based on my own previous experience working in agencies and drafting quotes for new clients.. Hopefully, a behind-the-scenes glance into how these things are calculated will arm you with a bit of knowledge before you approach your own shortlisted suppliers.