When you run a small business, every decision you make can have a major impact on your bottom line. That includes how you position your company and services online. With your growth and stability on the line, keep our marketing tips for small businesses in mind.
Brush up on the basics
When you don’t know how to market yourself, but want to connect with your customers and building a bigger audience, start with the foundations.
1. Set up social media accounts for your business. Post to Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter from home, at work, or your motorola edge 5G UW. Use the 108MP camera system to take clear shots in any light and record high def video effortlessly. Share photos of your team, showcase products, or conduct live chats all without slowing down your productivity, thanks to 5G Ultra Wideband capability.
Download apps to your 5G phone that let you schedule posts ahead of time, reply to comments, and track what works. Hootsuite or Sprout Social are great place to start reaping the benefits of social media marketing.
2. Build a company website. Customers expect the businesses they use to have a professional online presence. Services like Wix or Squarespace, for example, allow you to create new pages and manage content easily. Upload photos and video from your couch or your conference room using the Apple iPad Pro (2021) with 12.9″ Liquid Retina XDR display and M1 chip.
3. Take an email marketing course. Learn to build email lists (using popular apps like MailChimp or Constant Contact to send deals and updates directly to their inboxes. This helps to boost awareness and accessibility for your offers, allowing customers to simply pick up the S Pen stylus included with their Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra, and click to your promotions or product listings.
Find the right partners
Even with the basics covered, you may still want some help from other professionals. That could mean working with a local online marketing agency or attending small business networking events to make cross-industry connections.
Also important is getting insight into the wireless accounts you use for to run your company. For that, you need a Cellular Sales business specialist to provide you with an in-depth plan analysis and a personalized Verizon business plan. Your business specialist will work to understand your goals, obstacles, and changing needs. They’ll then recommend products and plans that will save money and help your team work more effectively.
Get the tech you need
Finally, as marketing tips for small businesses go, this is our best.
The wireless tech and services you use are also a major part of running your business. Outdated equipment or inadequate digital tools can impair your small business’ ability to perform in a competitive market. From the iPhone 13 Pro smartphones you provide your managers to the Samsung Galaxy Tab S8+ 5G tablets your sales reps use in the field, your devices, accessories, and data plan matter.
Even if your small business is strictly speaking a home business right now, give yourself the advantage of ultra-fast, ultra-reliable home internet with Verizon 5G Home, Fios fiber-optic, or LTE (where available). And make sure the devices you use most are always able to connect with a Verizon Jetpack MiFi 8800L mobile hotspot.
Find the tech and Verizon services you need to grow your company at your local Cellular Sales.
Founded in 1993, Cellular Sales proudly serves as Verizon’s premier retail partner. With almost 800 locations nationwide and more than 7,000 employees, we connect customers with top-tier products and services. We were named Verizon Agent of the Year in 2020 and 2021, and have been listed nine times among Inc. Magazine’s 5000 fastest-growing companies in the country. For more information, visit cellularsales.com or follow us on social media at facebook.com/cellularsales and @cellularsales on Instagram. For career information, visit cellularsales.com/careers.