6 tips for getting your audience to stay on your website longer

6 Tips for Getting Your Audience to Stay on Your Website Longer

You put a lot of time, effort, and money into developing a website for your business. So you want to be sure that it’s capturing people’s attention and giving them the information they need to feel good about doing business with you.

But no one can learn what you’re all about in a second or two. You must hold visitors’ attention long enough for them to learn what they need to learn about your business. And while you can’t control a stranger’s attention span, there are things you can do to encourage your audience to stay on your website longer.

Put Your Value Proposition Front and Center

Prospects are coming to your website because they have a problem. The most important thing for them to learn when your page loads is, “Can this business solve my problem?”

If you make it hard for visitors to determine what you do, they’re going to quickly lose interest. Google turns out thousands upon thousands of search results in an instant. A confused prospect can and will easily find another business who’s clearer about their value proposition and how they can fix the issue at hand.

Your value proposition should be one sentence at the top of your landing page that simply and elegantly highlights what you do. And it should be something that speaks specifically to your ideal customer—it won’t be something that everyone can relate to. For more on how to find your ideal value proposition, check out this post.

Write Better Copy

Part of keeping people engaged is presenting your information in an interesting way. There is a right way and a wrong way to write website copy. Long, jargon-filled paragraphs and wishy-washy headlines are a great way to confuse and alienate your audience.

Stick with short, punchy headlines that clearly demonstrate what a reader can expect to find on any given page. Paragraphs should be no more than four sentences, and those sentences should be concise.

Focusing on how the copy can serve your value proposition and your calls to action on each page can help you to define exactly what you need from your writing.

Create Informative Content

The best way to build trust and keep your audience on your site is to prove that you have the expertise to solve their problem. And the best way to do that is to fill your site with informative content.

Blog posts that provide rich information and actionable steps for readers are a great place to start. Once you’ve created content that’s meaningful for your audience, consider grouping it on hub pages. These pages allow you to centralize information on a given topic, which is helpful for visitors looking for answers, and also boosts your site’s SEO.

Think About Structure

How you structure the information on your website can help to keep your audience around. Think about it from a storytelling perspective. Every story has a beginning, middle, and end. For brands, the beginning of your story is your offer to solve a prospect’s problem. The middle is the specifics on how you do it, and the end is the prospect converting to customer.

When you think about it that way, it allows you to get smart about how you structure your website. Your landing page should address the prospect’s problem. Pages below that in the hierarchy should support your initial value proposition, and provide visitors with more specifics about how you can fix their issue. Finally, this leads them to a place where they can make a purchase or speak to your sales team.

Get Smart with Calls to Action

Calls to action are not only a way to keep your audience on your website for longer, they’re a great way to build trust and drive conversions.

Set a goal for each page of your website, and have a corresponding CTA that drives a related conversion. That conversion could be the collection of an email address to add them to a mailing list or to send them a relevant white paper. It could be setting up a call with a sales rep to discuss your product offerings. Or it could be something as simple as sending them to a relevant blog post on your site.

When your calls to action are tailored to the information on each page, then you’re ensuring a higher rate of conversion because the visitor to that page is interested in the topic at hand. The CTA provides you the opportunity to give them the additional information they crave, proving your authority and trustworthiness as a brand. Plus, you’re able to learn more valuable information about your prospects that you can use to greet them with additional tailored offers in the future.

Don’t Forget Technical Elements

While it’s important that you’re providing prospects with the information and elements they need to see on your website, it’s also critical that your site holds up behind the scenes. Things like a quick page load time are critical for keeping your audience on your website. How many times have you sat staring at a blank page for a handful of seconds before clicking back to Google search results to check out the next site down instead? If you’re worried about how your site loads, check out Google’s PageSpeed Insights tool to see how you stack up.

Having a mobile friendly site is also a must. The majority of searches nowadays happen on mobile devices, so if your site doesn’t look good on a phone, that audience will be passing you over quickly.

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Why your business needs a multilingual website

The role of Language in selling

A website is probably a company’s hardest working salesperson. Be it day or night, it is that one touch point for your company or business that is always active, and is always answering a hundred unasked questions for the people visiting it. While it is an integral tool for most marketing and sales tasks, there is indeed a lot of money and hope that rides on the back of every investment. On a daily basis, newer strategies are hatched in boardrooms and business minds across the globe help businesses penetrate newer markets and increase their market share.

In 2017, Google and KPMG decided to come out with a report on the future of Indian languages in the backdrop of the digital age. This stemmed from a sudden realisation that the English-speaking urban pockets of India are saturated in terms of consumers and it was now time to look at the Tier ll and Tier lll cities because how else do you reach out to the 1.3 billion population? In the course of their research, they also realised how barely 12.83% of the population in India is conversant with English. Not just that; turns out that only a shocking 0.02% India can manage to speak English as their first language!

Every retail and eCommerce startup who thought they were doing just fine selling to English-speaking audiences in India, suddenly realises that a bare minimum web presence is not enough. Reaching out to people in a way that they connect with your brand or your product has always been an unwritten rule, but now language is increasingly becoming a strategy and marketing medium in India as well as in global destinations. A number of lucrative market options open up, as soon as your business goes multilingual and starts connecting with your customers in their languages.

Let’s take a look at a few essential reasons why it is time for your business to consider localising your website and/or marketing material in at least one language as a first step:

1. 82% Indians do not understand English

Simple as that. People living in cities live under the illusion that English works everywhere in India. We call it the “urban bubble”. Good Marketing companies have already started sniffing the truth out, and as soon as it hits you that a mere 0.02% of our population speaks English as their first language, you quickly realise that if you want to sell your products in a country like India, you need to adapt to the message used in the title of a famous research article published by the Common Sense Advisory – Can’t read, won’t buy! If your customers don’t understand you, why will they buy from you?

2. Urban markets are saturating

Think of e-commerce giants such as Amazon or Flipkart, or even luxury car brands such as a Mercedes or a BMW. They have captured urban markets, but those account for no more than a little over 30% of our population. The next phase of growth for these companies and many more businesses will thereby, come only if they penetrate deeper into the rural markets. Businesses then would have no option but to localise their content into vernacular languages.

3. More internet users prefer browsing in their language

Buying patterns are changing. People have moved away from actually walking into shops to buying online. The Google-KPMG report also throws light on how India had 409 million Internet users in 2016 and only 175 million of those preferred English, while the majority, that is the remaining 234 million, preferred to browse the Internet in Indian languages. Furthermore, by 2021, a whopping 536 million of the 735 million Internet users in India will prefer to browse the Internet in Indian languages.

4. More traffic on your website

A 2009 UNESCO report that monitored the languages of websites for 12 years from 1996 to 2008 found a steady year-on-year decline in the percentage of webpages in English from 75% in 1998 to 45% in 2005.

This means that a multilingual website, with the help of consistent SEO, will start showing up more in local searches. This has a direct impact on the number of visitors to your website. More visitors means more leads and more leads translate into more deals closed.

5. Technology-enabled, human-powered low-cost solutions are available today

Gone are the days when translating into Indian languages meant the pain of finding the right translator, negotiating prices that were too high for your liking and then dealing with potential quality issues. Technology is beginning to change the face of how your experience is going to be.

Translation companies today offer some great technology-driven, human-powered language solutions that come at incredibly low prices, reduce time-to-market, which are automated to suit your needs.

6. It tells customers that you really care

You can invent dozens of ways to reach out to your customers, but nothing tells them that you care better than letting your website speak to them in their language. It is one of the most important parts of customer experience.

I will leave you with Nelson Mandela’s famous quote, “If you talk to a man in a language he understands, that goes to his head. If you talk to him in his language, that goes to his heart.”

Author: Alifya Thingna
BITS Private Limited

 

 

In conversation with Fatema Kanchwala founder Sugar Blushed

In Conversation with Fatema Kanchwala, Founder, Sugar Blushed

Sugar Blushed is a budding and rapidly growing home-based venture that has been receiving rounds of applause lately. Sugar Blushed was started by Fatema Kanchwala, a smart and dynamic young entrepreneur about a year ago. Since then, the business has picked up a solid pace, not just in Hyderabad, but also across India. 

Sugar Blushed is a cloud kitchen specialising in brownies. The fantastic journey that Mrs Kanchwala has embarked upon has been covered by some of the top newspapers and media publications of the city. Apart from being a successful businesswoman, Fatema also promotes good work for society. She recently ran a campaign initiative where she gave away free brownie boxes to plasma donors. The campaign received some very promising and positive responses.

The DBohra team recently interviewed the founder of Sugar Brownie, Mrs Fatema Kanchwala for a few words from the lady herself. We were greeted by a smiling and energy-filled Fatema who was very happy to respond to all the questions we had to ask her.

1. We would like to know a bit more about you and what made you start Sugar Blushed?

Fatema: I come from the world of literature. I have a Bachelor’s degree in literature. I am also a proud wife and a doting mom. Having been closely associated with the food industry for a long time, baking is something that always fascinated me. I began with little baking experiments and soon realised I have a great passion for it. With the positive validation and constant push from family & friends, I decided to commercialise this passion project. That’s when sugarblushed.com was born. I have been very fortunate to have been receiving a very positive response from Day-1. The entire menu revolves only around brownies as I want Sugar Blushed to become synonymous with brownies and put my heart and soul in this niche.

2. What are some of your best-selling desserts? 

Sugar Blushed gets most orders for Classic Fudge Brownie, Ferrero Rocher Brownie, Mississippi Mud Brownies and Brownie Slabs. Brownie slabs are the perfect alternative to cakes on any celebration and are thus the best selling items of all time. People really do seem to have a sweet tooth.

3. What does the future look like for Sugar Blushed?

Well, I don’t want to jinx it but I only recently completed one year and started pan India deliveries too. With the F&B space evolving at a rapid pace and niche offerings being in demand, the future only looks promising. The corporate and bulk orders have already started keeping me busy.

4. What makes Sugar Blushed different?

I carry the philosophy of “Box of Happiness” very close to my heart. If I were to define Sugar Blushed in a few words, those words would be a very apt fit. Be it for yourself or for your loved ones The Sugar Blushed box of happiness aims to bring an instant dose of happiness to your life. The mission of delivering happiness, one brownie box at a time has just begun and I have got a very long way to go. 

What makes them a little extra special is that being a cloud kitchen everything’s made to order with special care & love. When you interact with a business you’re not just buying a product, you’re buying a complete experience. I believe in providing a wholesome experience. That’s what makes the customers come back to us. 

5. How are you managing your business and other responsibilities?

I’ve been blessed by and surrounded by the best of the support system around me. Their support has helped me create a system/processes which help me focus on the priorities. That is how I have been able to manage a healthy work-life balance. I always stick to my shoot/marketing/procurement calendars and have realised that defining and following the processes in a business is very important, no matter the size of your business.

6. Any tips or advice to homepreneurs?

My advice would be to stick to your niche, don’t try and get carried away with other businesses success, it takes time. Once you find out what your niche is, be consistent. Show up every day and focus on delighting your customers/audience in the best way possible.

As we move towards a new era with every passing day, we keep empowering our women in the society more and more. Fatema is just one of the many success stories which describes how a little support and a little push in the right direction can make wonders. DBohra will bring you more such inspirational stories.

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Everything you need to know about e-commerce marketing

E-commerce Marketing is a mix of three elements of day-to-day life that create a powerful tool. E-commerce is merely the sale and or purchase of goods and services over the Internet done through online stores presented using websites and mobile apps. 

E-commerce marketing is essentially all the strategic methods used to create and or increase awareness about one’s online store, goods, and services. It encompasses all the advertising tactics used to promote a brand, goods, and services. 

Before we dive into more detail about what e-commerce marketing is and how to implement a strategy of your own, let’s review the definition of e-commerce advertising and advertising’s parity with marketing for an e-commerce business.

Ecommerce Advertising

In a similar fashion to the way advertising falls beneath the umbrella of marketing, e-commerce advertising falls beneath e-commerce marketing — and when used in tandem, you have the ability to more effectively reach your audience members to boost conversions and improve brand awareness.

As mentioned in our definition above, e-commerce marketing is about driving awareness and action towards your product or service.

Meanwhile, e-commerce advertising includes the methods through which you actually promote your product. In terms of online or e-commerce marketing and selling, these ads may come in the form of display ads, banner ads, or rich media ads.

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The main takeaway here is that e-commerce advertising is a highly effective method to implement while developing your e-commerce marketing strategy to focus your product or service promotion.

Now, let’s get back to our in-depth discussion about e-commerce marketing.

Types of Ecommerce Marketing

To give you an overview of what an e-commerce marketing strategy looks like, here are some common marketing channels and how you would use them to build an online store.

Social Media Marketing

Brands, publishers, contractors, and growing businesses all launch pages on today’s most popular social networks to connect with their audience and post content that the audience is interested in.

As an e-commerce marketer, you can do the same thing, but the campaigns you run might look a bit different, and not every social network is a good fit for your needs.

Ecommerce websites are highly visual — you have to show off the product, after all — so your success on social media depends on your use of imagery to drive attention and traffic to your product pages.

Instagram is an appropriate platform for e-commerce businesses because it enables you to post sharp product photography and expand your product’s reach beyond its purchase page.

You can take your social media posts a step further by creating shoppable content, which is content that enables visitors to buy right away. That can include anything from strategically placed display ads within a social feed to additional tags that take users directly to a shopping cart. These methods help you eliminate friction from the buying process.

An e-commerce business is no stranger to product reviews, either. Using a Facebook Business Page to share product praise is a perfect fit for businesses that already solicit customer reviews across their online store. We’ll dive deeper into product reviews below.

Content Marketing

When you hear “content marketing” you might think of blogging and video marketing — content that is meant to improve your website’s ranking in search engines and answer questions related to your industry. But if you’re selling a product online, do you really need articles and videos to generate transactions? You sure do.

Here are some ways to use content to market your e-commerce store.

Optimize your product page copy.

Optimize your product pages for short, product-driven keywords that include the name of the product. If you sell wedding dresses, for example, a Google search for “brown bridesmaid dress” is more likely to produce product pages like yours if you’ve included that term on the page.

Also, make sure that your page titles, headers, and image alt text focus on the right keywords so search engines know to return your e-commerce store for the right query.

Write relevant blog posts.

If you manage an online wedding dress store, writing blog posts about “how to plan a wedding” can attract everyone involved in wedding preparations no matter where they are in the planning process.

As visitors become more engaged, you can create posts that will move them into consideration, like “how to select the right wedding dress”, and turn them into leads, like a downloadable “wedding planning checklist”.

Create guest posts for external websites.

Guest posts can get you and your products in front of relevant audiences (oftentimes for free). Submitting guests posts will also help you get more domain authority for your e-commerce site, thereby telling search engines that you have a reliable site.

You’ll need to search for sites that rank for keywords related to your product. Sometimes you won’t even need to create an entire post. If a site already has a relatable post, offer to expand on it by providing additional context, like a video or infographic with a link to your site.

Put product-related videos on YouTube.

YouTube has over a billion active users … chances are your target audience is somewhere in there. It’s also the second-largest search engine behind Google. If you’re looking for a massive, captive audience, YouTube is where you’ll find it. Use highly searched keyword terms to determine your topics, then share videos that are related to your product and helpful to your audience.

This is also a great option for tutorial videos that show current customers how to use your product — these videos can show people how best to use your product, increasing customer satisfaction and building long-term relationships with website visitors.

Include a keyword-driven FAQ section on your website.

If your audience is asking questions related to your product, then you need to be the one to answer them. Create an FAQ page on your website with responses to high volume, long-tail keyword searches to get users to your site. You’ll be building both authority and traffic — two crucial components of a successful e-commerce store.

Search Engine Marketing

Search engine marketing (SEM) includes both search engine optimization (SEO) and paid advertising. While SEO relies on your knowledge of Google’s ranking algorithm to optimize content, SEM can involve pay-per-click (PPC) campaigns, display campaigns, or product-specific ad campaigns (think Google Shopping), which allow you to pay for top spots on search engine results pages.

On Google, PPC campaigns guarantee that potential buyers will see a link to your page when they enter search terms that match the terms of your campaign. But because you’re paying Google each time a person clicks on your result, the payoff to you should be high.

This is why e-commerce marketers often register with Google AdWords and promote their product pages through PPC campaigns. The campaign puts searchers right in front of the business’s product when they click on a paid result, increasing the likelihood that the searcher will make a purchase before leaving the business’s website.

Email Marketing

Email marketing is one of the oldest forms of digital marketing, and believe it or not, it holds specific value in the world of e-commerce marketing.

The best part about email marketing? It can be automated. Automation means that you can set up a successful drip campaign for subscribers that are segmented by interest or stage in the buyer’s journey and let your email campaign do its magic. It’s one less marketing tactic that you need to worry about on your long list of tasks.

Even so, it’s imperative that you’re meticulous about your email list so you maintain trust among your leads. In a time when data privacy runs high on an internet user’s priority list, not every commercial email is welcome in that user’s inbox. Ecommerce marketers need to be careful when and how they add website visitors to their mailing list.

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Top lessons businesses must learn from COVID 19 to grow post-pandemic

Top lessons business must learn from COVID 19 to grow post-pandemic

The pandemic has accelerated the workflow of organizations at a faster pace. Great leaders across the world started to adapt to the evolving patterns of running a business in the new normal. This adaptation led to the rapid increase of remote working jobs and accelerated the service-based industry. This transition laid a path of growth plans, forcing organizations to quickly provide the service infrastructure and comply with the resources that are available at home. The pandemic has provided an opportunity to be resilient and adapt to the changes quickly.

Although the pandemic was initially a disguise many organizations increased their service capability during this tough transition period and have held numerous zoom calls and employees made the service flow of the organizations had never stopped.  

This pandemic has taught many things such as:

  • Business agility and what it means?

The pandemic provided a great lesson in terms of contributing to the agility of the companies, as the organizations had to adapt to a new normal way of doing business. This made organizations realize how important it is to adapt to new conditions and changes in the market. 

This made organizations shift gears and fill the gaps by pinpointing the errors and providing a room for them to build in future post-pandemic.  

 

 

  • Why digital transformation is important

 

In the pandemic, each and every product or service-based company had a question of how do they expand their business for the virtual audience. This pandemic provided them with an extra asset of building a strong digital presence in order to scale the business. Never the late, all the companies and organizations have shifted the gear towards the digital media and started performing their marketing campaigns.

This provides an excellent answer to the questions of why digital transformation is important and beneficial to the organizations that are planning to stay in the market for a long time. 

 

 

  • More technological interference, faster the solution to the problem

 

The onset of the pandemic has made organizations believe in technology for their problems and how efficient they can turn out to be in the way they are utilizing the technology to solve their marketing needs. 

The pandemic has made small and medium businesses adapt faster to technological needs and find the solution of reaching the audience as soon as possible to sustain this tough phase. 

This pandemic made organizations and companies realize how to use digital media and technology to the fullest in order to enter a sustainable market and look out for the long term growth. 

 

 

  • Hand in hand will lead towards the future

 

The major lesson that businesses can pick up from the pandemic is the importance of effective communication.

According to the CISCO survey, many companies have tied with the local business in order to go hand in hand with them and scale each other’s business during this tough time and upvote in the future. 

 

 

  • Communication the ultimate key 

 

The crucial aspect of working remotely in this pandemic has led to effective communication between the employees and became the ultimate key in order for the business move forwards, through all the error messages and missed voice calls, the companies and organizations have certainly realized that communication is the ultimate key. 

Apart from the employees in the organization, it is also important to be in touch with loyal and loyal customers to keep hearing from you and it led to a massive shift in crossing the digital boundaries in keeping the customers updated about their product or service. 

 

 

  • Health is wealth

 

The pandemic has taken a huge toll on the health and wellbeing of any individual who is working remotely, with only confined to 4 walls, the mental health toll and the ultimate wellbeing balance is disturbed to maintain the work-life balance. 

The employees found it hard to adapt to such conditions and according to the CISCO survey, 59% of the employers of the bigger organizations found it difficult to maintain the staff, momentum and the morale in such tough times.

The companies have adapted to the old saying: “Health is wealth” and started working towards it predominantly.

 

 

  • The remote hires

 

The pandemic has substituted office work with plenty of remote work, and this lead to opportunities to find that are willing to work remotely at a cost of unpaid internships

The increase of acceptance of working remotely has boosted many morales in the organization and provided a tension-free environment. 

It is suggested that companies do stick with this plan and employees who have accepted the offer to work remotely have a greater command over the concept because now they will be learning the same thing at the cost of comfort zones. 

If you are looking for the right solutions for your small or medium business, or even substantial and appropriate advice or mentorship click here.

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10 Productivity Tips to Help Small Businesses Succeed

10 Productivity Tips to Help Small Businesses Succeed

Productivity Tips to Help Small Business Entrepreneurs Succeed

Starting and running a business successfully is an excellent way to make money. Business entrepreneures have largely defined the flow of economies since ancient times. The concept of business is as old as money itself. A business can be anything from a product to a service. However, not every venture started by people finds success. Young entrepreneurs, especially when inexperienced need strong boosting and support to take the path to success. 

 

Every business needs hard work, tedious bookkeeping, management and negotiation skills and much more. Productivity, a very important attribute for getting maximum work done in minimum time is one of those important things every businessman needs mastery over. Here are a few productivity tips to help budding entrepreneurs start making it big by wasting a minimum amount of time:

1. List Down Priorities

Your priority list must include those tasks on a higher priority that impact your settings the most. For example, a meeting a prospective client for a large scale contract. Now this one was a no-brainer, but there would be other things like bills and invoices which can have a large effect. Prepare a daily checklist with the most important tasks on the top.

Productivity Tips to Help Small Business Entrepreneurs Succeed

2. Offer Assistance Before Asking

This small gesture leaves a lasting impression on people around you. If you offer to help them, they would be more welcoming and open to help you next time around. This, in turn, helps one build lasting business relationships.

3. Time Management is Necessary

We only get 24 hours everyday. Out of that, we only get so much time to do what matters. Using it wisely is extremely important. Once your check-list is ready, allocate how much time you want to spend behind each one.
For your employees and subordinates, have them fill in timesheets or get time management software to help them manage their time better. This will also help you identify the tasks which are taking up more time and make tweaks accordingly.

4. Automation saves a lot of time.

Let the AI or computer handle the minuscule tasks so that you and your people can focus on the more important tasks at hand. It is always a good idea to make machines do the time taking things and maximise productivity.

Also read: 8 highly effective habits for young entrepreneurs

5. Streamline Work Flow and Process

Streamlining work flows and making communication paths clear helps in making sure no time is wasted behind unnecessary office rituals getting everyone up to speed. Clear communications, record keeping and time management are the keys to building a profitable and successful business over time.

6. Set Up Your Tool Inventory

Every task needs tools to get it done quickly, effectively and efficiently. These tools may not just be physical ones but also computer-based. E.g. a car service center would need wrenches and screw-drivers; a photography studio would need Photoshop. Both businesses rely on some kind of tool(s) to make their job and customer service easier. Get a list of the tools you might need to make sure transactions and work tasks can be executed fast.

7. Keep Everyone On-board

Your partners and employees both give their time to the company. It is imperative they know how things are going and what is being expected of them at all times. Take a daily stand-up meeting at any point in time during the day to ask them for any new development(s), good/bad news etc. If possible, give them new updates on how things are looking and what the immediate plan is. You don’t need to divulge all info; just what seems important.

8. Give a Personal Touch to Your Offering

Clients and customers return when you make them feel good about themselves. This is achieved when you add a personal touch to your service. Let your product or service feel like it was designed for them.

Productivity Tips to Help Small Business Entrepreneurs Succeed

9. Make Most of Your Flexibility

Every field of work has its own set of niches. When a business is small, you have a lot of flexibility and can adapt to changing trends more easily than a large one. E.g. A large furniture store would typically be famous for one or more types of furniture and not every type. If you have a store too, you need not be ‘famous’ for any specific thing. That is flexibility which you can leverage to suit your style.
Similar to the shop example, you can scale up your business eventually and carve up your niche as you progress.

10. Get Rid of Distractions

Your office/shop is where you’d be spending your entire productive time of the day. As the day progresses, one tends to lose their focus and even something as minuscule as a phone notification can result into 5-7 minutes of wasted time at a stretch. Try to keep your phone away from you if possible. Keep your email application closed so that the clutter of unwanted emails and spam doesn’t distract you.
Another example one can take is If you sit in a shop and there is a lot of traffic in your area. You can try sitting in a way that blocks the street-view so that you don’t get disturbed by it.
Whatever works for you is the best thing for you.

In a Nutshell

Businesses don’t become successful on their own; they are made successful through sheer will, hard work, determination and making the most of the time available. A new business usually starts small and eventually grows bigger and better. Making the right choices and staying productive is the way to go, be it a manufacturing unit or a service shop. 

If you are looking for the right solutions for your small or medium business, or even substantial and appropriate advice or mentorship, click here.

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