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Posted on January 26, 2021 | Category SMB Marketing | Length 2:16

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A new year brings hope for change and with it the excitement and energy needed to take on new challenges.

Are you ready to make this your best business year yet? Here are four tasks that, when done, will help position your business to sell more this year.

Number One: Conduct a Business Assessment 

Determine the things that are working well, those things that are not working well, and write out those actions you need to take to better meet your buyers (and your team’s) needs.

Number Two: Think Bigger 

When was the last time you sat down and brainstormed three things you could sell to your customers and clients that you’re not selling now? Can’t think of anything? Ask your team and your clients.

Number Three: Humanize your Brand

One of your greatest selling points is you and your team. Nothing is as priceless as the relationship and connection only humans can bring. What can you do this year to offer a more personalized relationship-building business?

Number Four: Check your Trust Level

How well do your prospects and customers trust you? How about your vendors and employees? Don’t just assume people view you as trustworthy. Dissect what your business is doing to build trust and what things might be eroding it.

Let’s Review 

Number One: Conduct a Business Assessment

Number Two: Think Bigger

Number Three: Humanize your Brand

and Number Four: Check your Trust Level

But don’t stop here! Take some time to do these things, do something this year that your future self, your team, and your business clients will thank you for.

To learn even more about other helpful tips check out the links in the description below.

I’m Randy from Third Angle with your marketing minute

Randy Monroe

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