What Move To Make Next?


Do you own your own business? Are you sitting there thinking, what the hell do I do next? Well, most of us are too. Business is a tricky game, and making one wrong move can set your business back more than you realize. But what are the right moves to make?

There’s no definitive answer, each business needs to make different moves at different times. It just depends on where your company is at at the time. When you’re a small business, it is especially hard to know whether you’re making the right move, but with a bit of guidance from the tips below, we’ll help you through those uncertain times we all dread.

Improving Rankings

To get your business noticed, you need to have some good rankings within the search engines. The main of doing this this is through SEO, although you can also use the temporary service of Google Adwords. Adwords will be more expensive in the long run. The main goal of SEO is to get you organic search rankings. What we mean by organic is that they can’t have looked like they’ve been paid for, they need to look naturally occurring or Google will penalize you. Little bots crawl Google daily, scanning each site and their backlinks and whether the links are trustworthy or not, so getting it wrong will do more bad for your than it’ll ever do good.

This is why enlisting the help of a professional is probably the best in this situation. E commerce services for growing businesses are popular, and SEO is one of the common E commerce services used by small businesses. If you’re looking to do it yourself rather than outsource, a hell of a lot of research is going to be required. There’s so much to understand about SEO, and it really is a bit complicated once you start getting down to the nitty gritty of it,

Improving Finances

If you’re a small business then your finances will never be smooth sailing. One month you’ll have a really good month, the next you’ll be left scraping the barrel due to a set back. The key thing to do is save whilst you have the money in your pocket. Just like you would in normal life, put and spare money to one side until you know you’re successful enough to have money to waste. It is easy for business owners to take any money they get when they’re starting out, but this is where errors happen in the long run.

To improve your finances, you need to push for growth, this ultimately means improving other areas of your business first. You’ll need to put a push for sales, and see where you can cut costs in the meantime. If in the beginning you went for the most expensive materials because you wanted to be the best, see where you can cut down. It’ll all help to improve your finances in the long run. If you want to boost sales, look into other areas of marketing and see how that can help things.



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Ben is a follower of Christ, a rabid computer geek, small business owner, and breaker of things. He is married way above his station in life and has three wonderful children who have made driving him insane their mission in life.

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