Why Are Small Businesses So Important for the Economy?

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With the UK’s current recession it’s important to define why the impact on small businesses during the pandemic has had a considerable impact on the economy. Of course, it’s simple to say fewer businesses in operation means less money flowing through, but why particularly are small businesses so important for the economy?

Creating new jobs 

First and foremost a small business regularly creates job opportunities. Predominantly offering chances for graduates and BAME members to showcase their skills. Skills which are regularly being sought out alongside experience in larger corporations. Anyone can create a small business. It takes a lot to grow and develop that business further, but the initial creation is open to everyone. As the company grows there will be a need to bring in people to handle the daily operations. Creating more job opportunities, and more money for those new team members. Which they can then spend to sustain themselves and live more enriched lives. 

These job opportunities also enrich the local community by employing local people around the new company. When big corporations establish a new base of operation within a city the population increases within that city. Which is why, in 2017, we saw many cities bidding to secure amazon’s new headquarters. Job growth within a local area helps those communities bid for renovations, transport links and housing. 

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Collaboration and Competition 

All small businesses offer something new to the world. Whether it’s taking an existing product and challenging it’s delivery or tailoring specific services to those that need it the most. Small businesses breed resourcefulness and innovation. Without them, big businesses wouldn’t need to change and they certainly wouldn’t be challenged to the degree they are now. 

Small businesses can also enjoy fewer restraints that can come with much larger businesses. Easier to change policies, procedures and products without any lengthy procedures. Without limitations, local business can continuously be fresh and appealing for new clients. 

It isn’t all competition, however, as many small businesses design services around collaborating with big businesses. Suppliers, designers and even small corner shops all play a role. Big businesses rely on small businesses to handle specialised projects or manage a few elements of the day to day business. Such as cleaning offices, managing websites or distribution within a local area. Of course, some businesses choose to have a full in-house team to manage these areas, but a variety of businesses are more than willing to contract a small business to do the job. 

All of this collaboration and competition drives money through the economy and even when small businesses fail the impact they’ve had on the area is noticeable. Revenue was generated, distributed and flowed through the economy. Mistakes that were made were logged, understood and ready to be navigated around for the next venture. Unique businesses inspired new business owners, new ideas and better customer service. 

What this means today

Unfortunately, a recession and a weak economy discourage new potential business owners from start-up ventures or expansion. Impacting job growth and hinders our ability to grow the economy. Trying to start or grow a small business in uncertain times can cause a lot of stress and challenges, which is why everyone needs to band together in this period.

Offer advice, engage and help people grow when you can. Every business right now needs that collaboration and sense of community.

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Is Your Company Fit for Growth?

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Business Growth no matter how it is generated comes with a few growing pains. A massive increase in revenue, workload and team members can cause some interesting problems. So, before you strive for massive immediate growth ask yourself, is your company fit for growth? 


When you work with a product, your supply is your capacity. You can make more, but you wouldn’t overstock your warehouses full of products without the consistent sales to back it up. On the opposite end of the spectrum, if you over-sell you’ll have a backlog of orders. The longer it takes to fulfil those orders the more frustrated customers can become. Transferring this idea into services, the amount of work being taken on compared to the capacity of your team creates the same issue. Projects won’t be completed to the highest possible standard and it’s the clients that suffer. You need a deep understanding of how much work each person in your company is capable of and are comfortable with. If your team isn’t fit for growth then your business certainly isn’t. 

It’s one thing to understand the extent to which one person can work, but constantly pushing for that during tough periods of someone’s life could cause burnouts, frustration and job-hopping. Just because someone can work extensive overtime hours doesn’t mean they should day-in and day-out. It’s important to push your team, just not off a cliff. 

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One of the greatest traits entrepreneurs and business leaders have is the ability to seemingly predict the future. If an offering has a shelf life, due to a change in direction of public view or you’ve decided to capitalise on a trend which is slowly losing its traction, growth just isn’t possible. A fluctuating market could cause sporadic growth and decline, so if you’re opening up a new avenue in your current business to garner some popularity and sales you have to be prepared for the sudden impact and sharp decline. 

Take fidget spinners for example… Manufacturers across the world saw a sudden demand from suppliers looking to sell fidget spinners. You even saw major retailers get involved and specific spinner brands come out of the woodwork. Before long, however, the trend died down and there must have been thousands of unspun spinners spanning the globe. The sudden demand may have caused panicked bulk purchasing to meet the demand. Then, a sudden drop. Causing a net loss for those companies involved. When you latch onto a new product or service ensure you’re ready for the rise and possible fall. 


When you’re a small business you have a small team of passionate people looking to grow and thrive together. As time goes on the team expands. Team leaders and created, head of departments are crowned and before long you have your intern making the coffee rounds…. Before social distancing of course, now we’re all on our own. What happens next is the increase in your responsibilities to your team and your industry. People look towards your company for guidance on how to move forwards and best practices. Especially if your company’s goal is to help businesses grow! 

As you grow, so do your responsibilities. Suddenly your actions can affect your more than just a handful of people. Before long you’re impacting more than a hundred people directly and thousands of people indirectly. As your company grows that responsibility can be a weight lingering over your shoulders. Some thrive under pressure, but it takes a hefty mental toll to keep pushing forwards. So ensure you’re ready to take on responsibility and have the fortitude to move forwards. Ensure you’re fit for growth personally before moving forwards professionally.

It doesn’t mean you’re on your own, however, with those responsibilities come support systems and people willing to help you through it all. If you’re struggling to move forwards there are courses, webinars and helpful guides to help achieve your goals. Surround yourself with the right people and you’ll be able to handle anything. 

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How to Achieve Organic Business Growth

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Strong organic business growth is a dream situation for any small business. Even the largest corporations seek constant organic growth at a rapid rate when the initial push begrudgingly slows down. But, how can you achieve organic growth consistently and successfully right now? 

Maximise your Team 

One of the simplest ways to grow your business is to train and upskill the people within your team. You’ll be surprised by the amount of creative, actionable ideas members of your team can generate. This opens up endless avenues for your business. Training your team to be more efficient, flexible and communicative could have a huge impact on the daily operations of your business. 

Another way to maximise the use of your team for organic growth is to remove pointless procedures. Automate areas within your business that don’t require constant attention. Ensure you are making things constantly easier for your team to do their jobs, so much so they can focus on building the business up, rather than bogged down in constant paperwork. This could be something as simple as designing templates for frequent use to more complicated processes such as AI-driven automated responses for frequently asked questions on your website. 

Scale Accordingly

Too much too young too fast isn’t just a catchy song. If you take on more than you can handle you won’t achieve organic business growth. You’ll back yourself into a corner fast and scramble for someone to bail you out. To scale accordingly you need to understand your ability and the extent to which your team can work comfortably. When you push the team too far their ability to work slips. Without enough time or resources quality will suffer. 

Instil a company culture that allows clear communication. If your team is struggling you need to know. If they are too afraid to tell you a problem they are facing and battle through without a clear understanding of how to accomplish the task your end product or service is not going to be good. Or it will be good and your team suffers mentally from the battle. This leads to burnouts and a major loss of your company’s image and productivity.   

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Have a Strategy 

Every action you take in the day must be directed at the collective goal of growing the business. If a process or a project is starting to spiral out of control into something outside that goal you need to address it. Steer it back in the right direction and ensure each step is thoroughly thought out. You might not have a lot of time to react, but don’t rush into anything blind. Cover your bases from the smallest of issues that may occur. 

The strategy must also be clear and understood by everyone involved. Crossed wires and confusion hinders business growth. As it can harm your brand image and lead to a loss of sales as a result. No one wants to work with a confused team. It leads to frustration, arguments and in extreme cases court appearances. 

Use the Tools Available

There are numerous growth tools and government schemes available for business owners specifically designed to help businesses grow. Social media platforms offer numerous incentives for companies to join and thrive on their services. Predominantly for advertising opportunities, but the tools available work well to increase exposure, brand awareness and if leveraged correctly sales. 


Through reviewing and understanding your work you can continuously improve your business. Taking the time to look at a project could make a whole difference into how you’ll approach the same type of project in the future. Did a teammate struggle with a certain aspect? Guide them through it and what your business can do to help. Maybe there is a gap in knowledge that needs to be addressed moving forwards? Invest in training that can help them push forward and break through those mental barriers that stop them from performing.  You’ll never know the true potential of your business unless you strive to learn and get better from every project you undertake. 

To achieve the organic business growth you need to be constantly thinking about improving. Whether that’s implementing new strategies, or completely revamping your current processes. When you learn you grow. When your business learns it grows. 

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How to Appear in Your Target Audiences Notifications

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Getting seen and standing out is the biggest reason anyone implements any marketing strategy. You want to be in front of the right people and inject yourself into their lives. Hence the term disruptive marketing. You interrupt their normal day by injecting whatever you want to sell to your audience. So, through injecting yourself into your target audiences notifications you can start selling your products to them. How is this done? There are many different tactics you can employ, so here are just a few. 


If you put off regular engaging content your audience will make sure they don’t miss out on another post. So, during the end of each piece of content ensure to add a call-to-action at the end of each piece of content. Whether that means leaving a comment or a like all the way up to switching on their notifications. Then, when a fresh piece of content is posted your audience will immediately be notified. Regular posting means regular exposure to you and your company. Make sure to form long-life content that draws people in. The end goal is to become a part of your audience’s natural life-cycle. Exercise, eat, enjoy Maverrik content, sleep. 

Everyone has specific tastes and follows certain topics. With enough market research and understanding, you can formulate content which resonates well with your target audience. Fanatics of certain topics will have notifications turned on for any news considering a certain topic. 

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Anniversaries and Birthdays 

Social media sites like LinkedIn regularly contact connections and friends about important dates in your life.  Whether this may be work anniversaries or birthdays. Expect an influx of good wishes from people you may have never contacted before wishing you well.  When you have an important date on the calendar you will appear with the notifications of your connections, so build up those connections with your target audience. Then, you will be greeted with well-wishes from people you are waiting for. 

Engage with your audience

The simplest method of reaching your audience is through engaging with them. If there is a question you can answer, answer it. An opinion they are asking for? Give your audience. Each time you engage with them you will appear in their notifications. Don’t harass them, but engage with the conversation. Easy to do as a person rather than a brand, because who wants to talk to a company over a person online? It can be done, but only with a certain touch. Miss the mark and you’ll know. 

Notifications aren’t everything 

With the number of disruptions notifications cause many people are moving away from having them active. With Facebook itself implementing a “Quiet Mode” to mute notifications. Notifications are great for some quick attention, but enough of them can turn people away from using your services. An app telling me there is new content every five minutes is going to be muted fast, so why shouldn’t someone constantly appearing in my notifications on social media be any different? Pick your moment and use notifications wisely. If you’re looking for the right strategy, head over to our digital courses and learn social selling the right way. 

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5 Important Traits You Need To Be a Great Leader

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Being a leader can come naturally to some people, but even then some qualities have to be developed over time. There are some important traits you need to be a great leader. Traits which turn an individual into a driving force for the team. Some of these traits are obvious, but they still need to be considered and built upon every day. Here are 5 important traits you need in order to be a successful leader in your business. 

A Good Listener 

When it comes to listening there can be two types. Taking in and processing information, understanding where it’s coming from and why. Then there is waiting for your time to talk. A great leader doesn’t consider any discussion with the team pointless. You have to ensure you are actively listening to any problems your team may have. What may seem trivial to you could mean the world to someone. Soft skills within the workplace are essential today. So ensure you’re listening properly and giving people your undivided attention. 

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A Positive Mindset 

If you consider your company as your army to march forth into battle an inspiring speech about how you’re going to win is going to work better than a halfhearted whimper. You have to be the beacon of strength and optimism. Yes, this can be extremely tiring and you’re allowed to not feel your best each and every day. But, even in the worst of situations, a great leader can showcase their strength to the team. In extreme cases, a business owner with nothing but bleak thoughts is going to instil nothing but fears of job security. 

An Excellent Communicator

Listening and being an excellent communicator are two very different things. You can be a great communicator whether you are face to face with the people around you or not. Ensure all actions are carefully laid out for your team and avoid any areas of misunderstanding. When gossip spreads around the office it means something is unclear around the office. It’s the leader’s job to dispel the whispers. Communicate clearly the point and how to move forwards. 

The Ability Seek out Potential 

Sometimes the value of a person is only truly seen in tough situations. If you’re always hiring leading experts rather than taking the time to train and build people it means you either don’t know how or believe you don’t have the means to do so. A great leader can see the worth in every person that comes before them. There are no worthless people in the world. There are circumstances, gaps in knowledge and tough mental barriers to break.

Strategy Focused 

Leader’s can see the big picture and spot where the journey is taking them. Being organised and having a strategy can be completely different. You can have everything lined up and clean on your desk or desktop, but without putting the pieces together all you’ve done is arrange them. There is no point in having all the tools available to be successful without a strategy to use them effectively. Great leaders can rally a team for a common cause in the most effective way possible. Bringing out the best in everyone and using that to create a win. 

Motivating and managing people can be tough. We are all inherently different, with different mindsets and circumstances. Yet, we are brought together to achieve a common goal. Whether it’s sales, marketing, security, or any services you can think of, we all want our businesses and team to grow. If you want to be the type of person that everyone looks towards, you need to enhance your soft skills, be strategically focused and have the will to achieve. 

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Why You Need to Stop Selling Your Services

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We all want to sell our products and services. We want them to sell so much we spend thousands on hiring experts, advertising and social selling data. Now of course I’m using the collective “we” being businesses across the world. More customers means greater revenue and more opportunities. But, you should stop selling your services. Not altogether, just the method you are using right now. I’ll tell you why. 

Take a look at your current sales method… 

When you outright promote a product or service, where and how do you do it? Do you post on social media to the world and hope something trickles through? Or do you send targeted emails one after another from a trusted list of prospects? What most expert salespeople will tell you is timing is everything. You want to send an email that will be opened. You want to catch that CEO in his office on the phone. So, getting your message seen is priority number one isn’t it? 


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Your message is just as important as the method

You could have a million people look at your sales post and a fraction of them will look further. To make that fraction an impressive figure you have to get the message right. Stop selling your services as they are. Start selling your services in what solution they hold. If you simply promote your services by spelling out what it does, you’re limiting your audience by making them connect the dots themselves. The failings of this method are even more apparent when it comes to sectors which many people don’t have an intensive understanding, such as cybersecurity or finance. 

Let’s compare two phrases: 

  • My cybersecurity application blocks calls
  • Are you having troubles with nuisance calls? This application can immediately remove them. 

The first statement is simple. It tells us what the application does, but doesn’t tell us why we need that feature in the first place. You could add “protects your phone by blocking calls”, but that doesn’t go far enough in letting the audience know why it’s an appealing feature. 

By first raising the problem of having nuisance calls you’ve set up your problem, then by explaining what the application does to solve the problem you are selling its abilities. It’s the solution to all your phone-call problems. What this also achieves is highlighting a problem which the client may not know they have until it’s addressed. The stone in your shoe doesn’t bother you all the time, but if you know it’s there it can become an unavoidable pain. 

Now this doesn’t mean you can’t sell your services. This means you shouldn’t sell your services as they come out of the box. Delve deeper into the solutions your service holds. If you need help unlocking that potential solution we’ve got several products on the Maverrik store that can help you.

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The Do’s and Don’ts of Social Selling

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When you boil down social selling, what you are trying to achieve is a strategy that has consistent success. It’s your killer pitch, your reliable data pool and something your business can rely on. However, certain pitfalls can slow everything down and throw your strategy out the window. Here are a few simple mistakes you need to stop making when it comes to social selling. Along with a few helpful tips to get you going. 

Mistake #1 You don’t have a strategy at all 

Social Selling isn’t simply broadcasting on social media and hoping for the best. This method dries up extremely fast if you just randomly send out sales messages without increasing your prospects, engaging with them or even talking to them without pushing for a sale. You have to set up your approach. You wouldn’t wing-it when it comes to selling to a major company, and social selling has that same potential. 

Tip #1 Expand your pool 

This tip is a no-brainer, but a lot of us can forget that the constant growth of your prospects is a requirement for continued sales. You can’t sell to the same client forever, no matter the longevity of your product or service. That killer contract could be a timebomb if your entire business depends on just one renewal. Who wants to live in that constant fear? No one. 

Mistake #2 You don’t value your leads time 

When you send an email on a Friday afternoon you understand that the person on the other side might not respond straight away. There are more people online at any given time than ever before, but that doesn’t mean they are always looking at their phones. So give people time to respond before the follow-up. Not giving people time to think only leads to frustration not sales. 

Tip #2 Create Engagement 

One of the most important aspects of social selling is the underlying rule that people are more likely to buy from those they know and trust. This trust can be created and nurtured through social media engagement. This means posting content that your audience sees everyday, so after some time they understand who you are and what you’re about. 

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Mistake #3 Telling people their problems 

There is nothing worse than false assumptions. Even if they aren’t assumptions at all no one likes to feel like they are failing. If you explicitly highlight a client’s problems there is a chance you will push their buttons with something they already know. Pride can also get in the way of this. More often not not, the person wouldn’t have noticed the problem act as if they did. To save face, they will fix the problem elsewhere. What you can do to circumvent this mistake is let them know what your company is working on… the solution to their problem. 

Tip #3 Have Genuine faith in your product 

Confidence isn’t just found in face to face communication. You can show confidence through a few things online. The speed of your replies and the choice of words you use can tell a lead a lot about your service. They might have special circumstances that need to be flushed out, but if you can’t simply say “yes, this is a great product”. You may as well not start the conversation at all. 

Hopefully, these tips will help inspire you to refine your social selling strategy, but if you need more help head over to our shop for full courses on how to build up your social selling empire. 

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How to Develop Your Business Communication Skills

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Communication is the key to any relationship. Business communication is the key to developing productive relationships that help people collaborate and achieve success. As social interactions take a hit due to the current climate of the world, these skills are more important than ever when it comes to conducting business online, or over the phone. Here are a few tips to help you when it comes to business communication. 

First Impressions Are Key

There is a reason so many sales experts discuss conversation starters. As soon as you have a lead talk freely with you, there is an opportunity to source their needs and how your business can help them. Creating natural conversations can be tough without the right entry point and strategy. If your first impression is an immediate pitch it could dampen the relationship from the get-go. With every conversation being cast over with a heavy fog of “when is the sales pitch coming”. Like a jump-scare in a horror movie. You wait for it. Then after the dread kicks in, they hit you with it. Now no-one wants to be compared with The Exorcist, so don’t rush in unless you’re happy with ruining your reputation with that lead. 

Keeping On Topic

Small talk is fine. Excessive chatter isn’t productive. Break things down into smaller paragraphs and remove unnecessary waffle, jokes and otherwise pointless communication. There is nothing wrong with being nice and asking how someone’s day is going. But, going into extensive detail about off-topic issues may just harm the workflow and confuse whoever you are writing to. You should keep things friendly, but not personal during business communication. There are friends in business, but remember to differentiate between when you are talking about business matters and when you are discussing what movie you’re going to see next. 

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One of the most overlooked aspects of written communication can be formatting. If you take one look at an email and immediately look away, you’re not going to take in everything. It also helps to bolden important information, underline aspects which need to be addressed and break paragraphs down into each element. Create a new paragraph when the topic changes, wherever you may be writing. You also need to remember the platform you are using, if you are writing an email you can go into more detail than you would within a message on LinkedIn. People generally sit down to read their emails but maybe on-the-go when checking their phones for a brief moment. 

Talk With Everyone

You’ll never know the true value of talking to someone unless you start. Just because whoever you are talking to doesn’t have a C-level role doesn’t mean they aren’t a valuable connection. You will benefit from talking to everyone. Time-management wise this sounds like a nightmare, but always be open to discussion. Even if it’s a brief conversation you could make a difference to their lives and they could gleam you with some words of wisdom that change your life. 

In essence business communication is just communication however, you look at it. Develop your soft skills, learn to listen, pick your moments and craft crystal clear emails. Most importantly keep it natural, and be yourself.

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Content Marketing Mistakes You Need to Avoid

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It’s easier to get lost in content marketing. Creating content is a fun and creative process, but content marketing is different compared to crafting content. There is a larger purpose for what you are creating.  It may be for more engagement or possibly for an increase in sales. These goals can’t be achieved if you fall into these simple content marketing mistakes. 

Fake News

When someone clicks to watch your videos, open up an infographic or even reads an article they are already judging the validity of your point-of-view. It may not be their immediate goal, but these judgements happen subconsciously. Does this person, personality or company have my best interests? What are they trying to sell me? What’s the end goal for this piece of content? 

With the tired term “fake news” floating around the world, everyone is looking to cling to a trusted source. Sharing any news which is later found out to be untrue will hurt your character. It can be tough and even the largest media companies in the world will make the mistake of reporting without all the facts. So, before you begin reporting figures, retweeting reality stars or fueling fires take a look at your own sources, then research a few more. 

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Infrequent Posting

This is a problem even the best of us can have, and it’s probably the biggest failure of most small business owners when it comes to designing their own content. You need a frequent schedule when it comes to posting, as all social media posts have an average shelf-life. The general consensus is that Tweets reach their majority of engagement after just 18 minutes. Followed by Facebook’s 30 minutes. Fortunately, LinkedIn has a relatively longer timeframe with 24 hours. Therefore you want to be posting every day in order to maximise your reach across all the platforms. 

Posting frequently can be time-consuming which is why many fail to do so, and the reason why social media managers can be seen popping up everywhere in larger companies and freelance workspaces. If you want to do your own posting, but have limited time you need to be smarter with your approach. This means planning ahead. Get a schedule together, think weeks ahead and generate a working system. 

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The Aggressive Sell 

Think about why you follow an account on social media. What was it that made you click on that like, subscribe or follow button? When I follow an account I think of what I will see from that account each day. If I follow a twitter account called “daily lizards” I know I’m about to see some lizards every day in my newsfeed. If I follow a company, I expect to see their content and insights each day. I want to know their professional opinions and news about their company, the industry and plans moving forwards. If I see them trying to sell their products to me every day, I’m going to leave. There is a reason ad-blockers exist. After years of advertising, people are sick of getting their lives interrupted by aggressive sales tactics. 

Ditch the daily pitch and consider what content you can create that will make you appealing to follow. Maybe a long-running series that people are excited to see each week, or maybe some interesting and discussion provoking stats only your company could generate. It’s all about the value your content could bring to them. Not the sale. Which is why your sales posts fail. Marketing isn’t sales. 

Content Marketing is one large branch of the social selling process. It can be easy to make mistakes. As it’s such an important element in the process, ensure you take the time to think it through. It’s tempting to rush into the sale because that’s the exciting part. But, don’t give in to instant gratification. Play the long game, develop a great content plan and generate a real social selling strategy that will grow your business. 

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Why You Shouldn’t Wait To Grow Your Business

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Many businesses could be currently looking at their current standing and resign being comfortable with where they are at the moment. Now more evident in the current climate with a recession looming over our heads. Alongside the virus still lurking around each corner of the world. Why take the risk to grow? What is the point of growing your business during this crisis? Well, I’ll tell you. 


As the clock ticks forwards for everyone to return to a, somewhat different, working environment; how we conduct business moving forwards will be a defining factor to beat the competition. With even the largest companies being pulled into submission by the current situation, the competition is going to be fiercer than ever. We all want to secure those contracts to keep our business on the front foot. To achieve this you need to be growing your business and show your companies desire to succeed. Without plans to grow and expand your current clients could be tempted to move to another company who are showing their desire to move forwards. 

Thankfully, there is a rousing battle cry of “we are all in this together”.  Although, when the dust settles it’ll be those who planned to move forwards who will be on the fast-track to recovery. This doesn’t, however, mean we shouldn’t help each other when we can. We’re inspiring action to beat complacency, not shady tactics. 

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Growing a business starts with a strategy, the implementation and time for it to succeed. There are no overnight success stories for long term growth. The sooner you start a project the sooner you’ll see it come to life. So you need momentum on your side. You may not have a large team and have little resources, but there are many different ways you can seek growth without relying on these factors. You could take the time to upskill yourself and learn new techniques that may be pivotal to your success. All you have to do is seek them out. 


Business owners take on a lot of responsibility and as a result stress. This stress can cause burnouts, puts a strain on relationships and overall casts a shadow on everyone’s lives. If your team has a tangible method of measuring success, they know their work isn’t for naught. They are a part of something. Not just a cog in the system which could be replaced at any given time. Growth itself can showcase a company’s health and job security is a contributing factor for a lot of stress on your team’s daily lives.

Job Opportunities

Whilst growing your business may seem like a personal goal, it can also offer greater opportunities to everyone. Inside and outside your business. When a business grows there are certain tasks the owner simply can’t be a part of anymore. This simply goes down to time. Through the growth of your business you will see the growth of your team. Offering jobs to those who need a new challenge or those who need an opportunity the most. 

The current state of the world shows more people are looking for an opportunity to kick start their careers than ever before. So through the desire to grow your business you will earn the necessary resources to provide those opportunities. Growth isn’t all about profits. Sure it’s an amazing achievement turning your business into a million dollar company, and most struggle to do so. Growth can also and should be all about the people. Take an aspiring copywriter and build them into a published author. Take a green salesman and turn them into an accomplished sales director. Turn yourself into a founder and director that inspires people. 

Growth doesn’t need to be drastic for it to be successful. But room to grow and the mindset to seek business growth has to exist for the future sake of your company.

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