It’s already difficult to get a new business off the ground. Staying real, and separating fact from fiction can help entrepreneurs navigate the challenges of starting a new business while staying grounded. To help you separate fact from fiction, here’s a look at 8 big startup myths (at the truth behind them).
In the 1990s, grocery stores carried around 7,000 different products. Today, they carry up to 50,000. This dramatic increase in the number of products on store shelves makes it tough for brands to stand out. Consumers can pick from 15 different types of peanut butter, 50 different cereal brands, dozens of soft drink brands, etc. If you want to make your products stand out among the 50,000 others lining the shelves, check out our 6 proven tips for great food packaging.
Today, we are experiencing a shift in how brands can efficiently market to their consumer base. There’s more competition and advertising noise, and consumers are better informed. It’s difficult to break through the noise, especially when you’re promoting a new company or new products or services. So what can you do if you’re launching a new company or a new product or service line? How can you break through the noise?
What if you could resurrect those customers who have “ghosted” your business? What if you could rebuild those relationships and reclaim that revenue? You could grow your business and spend less doing so. And, the truth is that you can re-engage with lost customers. But only if you put in the effort.
Here are 8 effective techniques you can use to revive lost customers.
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Feedback from customers – and what you do with that feedback – can turn an average business into a high growth business. Unfortunately, many business owners ignore important conversations with their customers and fail to develop a competitive advantage before their companies go out of business. Don’t make this mistake in your business.
When planning your next product, the less you leave to chance, the better. And while you can never guarantee a successful product launch, you can vastly improve your odds if you prepare properly. So, set your business’s next product design on the path to profitability with the valuable lessons from these 5 positively staggering successful products.