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10 Tips For Launching A Successful Business In 2013

Is it your dream to launch a business in 2013? Many people wish they were their own boss and that they could quit their day job, but it seems completely impossible to get their idea off the ground. Here are ten tips that can help you to launch a successful business in 2013:

1. Do something you love.

You can easily convey passion about something that you love to other people and the best part is it won’t even seem like work. Choose your business carefully – are you going to work full time, part time, online or in a physical location?

2. Determine how you are going to make a profit from your passion. 

 

It is fine that you love something, but how can you turn that into cold, hard cash? You will need a clear business plan as well as an outline regarding how much you project you will earn.

3. Start small.

Concentrate on the basics, start with a single product or idea and expand as your business grows.

4. Research your customer base.

You want to know that there are people out there who will buy what you are selling before you set up a business.

5. Try to start out with your own funds.

If you can use as much of your own money as possible, you can keep your overhead low by not having pressure to make monthly payments on credit.

6. Create interest and excitement.

Before you open a business, ensure that you are building up to the grand opening by making announcements on social media.

7. Choose a good location.

You won’t be able any money if people can’t find you.

8. Set up your marketing campaign in advance.

Due diligence and good keyword research are important in creating a campaign that will increase awareness and sales.

9. Be committed.

There will be many roadblocks along the way to your business launch, but you have to work through those and continue to work towards your goals.

10. Over deliver.

Find a way to make your customers extremely happy by adding something special to your product delivery. It makes you memorable over your competitors.

Source: SmallBusiness

Tabitha Jean Naylor
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