1. Develop a Marketing Plan
Marketing will be your number one priority for awhile. The only way you will get clients is if they know how to find you. Print ads and direct mail are the least expensive marketing tools, but if you have a lot of extra funds, you might consider radio or television ads.
2. Make a Business Plan
Many owners forget to create a business plan. You need to make a budget for all the normal expenses and then include a cushion for the unexpected events that will happen along the way. You can also use this to plan where you want to be in one, three, five, or even ten years.
3. Allow Time to Grow
As we know, patience is a virtue, and no business becomes a huge success overnight. However, with a little patience and some hardwork, you should be well on your way to success. Discover more helpful tips about growing your business in the full article (link above).
Blogged by Joshua Feinberg