If you are a business owner, how does being Loud and Consistent apply to you? How can you make sure that your business has a Loud and Consistent voice that can fetch more clients? This is exactly what this article will show you!
Many people go into business and reduce the energy they started with not long after.
What is the result? There would also be a decline in the number of customers they reach and the number of sales they make.
Just one month of silence can destroy and shorten the effects of a powerful ad or campaign, for instance. Study many top brands- they ‘come out’ regularly to interact with everybody. If you want to succeed like them, you cannot sit back and expect manna to fall from heaven!
In school, you were taught that the opposite of silence is probably being noisy, but take it from me that as regards Business, the opposite of being silent is being Active. I would discuss the advantages of being active on my mailing list. Make sure to scroll down and subscribe at the end of the page!
Before I proceed further, let me ask you
Not being silent allows you to establish awareness, build trust and deliver your services efficiently and profitably. Are you active?
Not being silent allows you to establish awareness, build trust, and deliver your services efficiently and profitably. Without it, your business is more likely to fail.
Being active can impact many areas of your business. Maintaining an activity level is very essential, ensuring that your clients always receive and expect high standards from you. Consistently delivering on what we say (for example), means that clients know what they can get from us, so we tick their boxes and keep them happy – important for building relationships. Companies should also be consistent with employees, having regulated processes in place so that staff know what they should be doing and what the management expects them to achieve.
For a successful online business especially, being silent equals being ineffective, so keeping up the consistency and reliability is the true hallmark of a successful business. Silence is bad for your business!
5 Signs of a Quiet Business – That Won’t Make Much
#1. No Plan
It’s a bit hard to be Active if you don’t have a plan in the first place. It’s important you have a plan that guides your online business practices and focuses. Most people become very worked up when faced with developing a plan, but a plan doesn’t have to be something that is complicated or written in stone. It’s very fine to start small and not know exactly what you need to be doing. A basic plan is just deciding what your approach will be to a certain area of your business.
Your startup or small business cannot afford to make terrible financial decisions based on inconsistent actions, except you want it to sink quickly.
If you have a great website, for example, it would be unwise for you to burn yourself out writing 3 blog posts a week and then not post for a month, or even writing 3 blog posts a week and not promoting them because you don’t have time!
#2. The Plan is Useless
I hope you don’t get offended by the adjective but I had to find a very ‘nice’ word to describe many plans brands use to defeat silence, which never works at all.
Once you have created your plan, you have to bring it to life. Deciding to post 3 times a day to Facebook is a great start, but it’s pretty useless unless it’s put into action. Create schedules that will support your plan, make to-do lists, and track your progress.
Executing a plan is as simple as scheduling, and building habits/routines to do what you plan. Don’t get me wrong- it is not easy but it is definitely worth it!
#3. The Method is Useless
Being active does not mean spamming the emails of many people, or using every trending social media hashtag. You have to be realistic enough to learn what methods work, which depends on the kind of clients you’ve got.
Still confused? Read this Thread we made on Twitter.
#4. The Brand Has No Identity
You’ve got to make your prospective clients know that you are providing them with quality- that stands out! It’s like asking a lady out. You won’t win by good impressions alone. You have to prove it. You’ve got to stand out of the crowd.
Your Logo, Website, and Social Media pages must be on point! If they aren’t good enough, you can reach out to me to help you- or you can hire someone to do it for you.
#5. Waits for customers to MAGICALLY Appear
Are you waiting for customers to come to you? Then you’re making a mistake. If you’re not being active by evolving and implementing new marketing strategies, you won’t be able to attract the right audience you want.
You may focus your efforts on adding a new, different target audience. Or it might mean starting over with a completely new customer base. Either way, your messaging, visuals, and strategy should change when you’re trying to reach a new audience. Silence is bad for your business – you should definitely know that.
Do you have suggestions or questions? Please make use of the comments box below! Ta-da!