With over 2.2 billion people on social media, it’s no wonder companies are choosing to participate in social media as a way of promoting their business. Social networks such as Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn allow business people to promote their expertise to billions of others with little cost involved. However, social selling gives entrepreneurs a new strategy to conduct business that goes beyond cold calling. If you want to learn how to keep the social in social selling check out these tips:
Near Field Communication – perhaps you’ve heard of this credit card processing solution but you still aren’t exactly sure what it is. Well, if you’ve seen someone use Android Pay or Apple Pay to make a purchase, those are examples of NFC transactions.
The reality is that when you’re competing against big businesses, you’re going to have a hard time beating them on price. So where can small business owners like you gain a competitive edge? Two words: customer service.
Food trucks are on the rise now more than ever. With an annual growth of just over 9 percent, how can you succeed in an industry where 25 percent fail in their first year and 60 percent in their first three years? In today’s blog, we’re going to talk about how to do exactly that. Here are a couple tips to keep your food truck in business: