10 Proven, Easy Ways to Grow Your Business

Want more customers? Who doesn’t! Try some of these ideas below and get growing in 2019!

  1. Affiliate Businesses

Find non-competing businesses that cater to your target market and create a mutually beneficial offer. Win Win!

  1. Local News

Winning Competitions, new product lines, opinions on local affairs – it’s all news. Get a contact at your local paper, radio or tv station and send them all the content you’ve got!

  1. Get


Your customers know what they want and what’s stopping them from buying more. Ask and adapt.

  1. Create Repeat Customers

Maintain databases of your customers, create a VIP group or start a loyalty card program. Put thoughtfulness into your after-sales to build the loyalty and keep giving them reasons to come back and spend more!

  1. Specials and Add Ons

Everyone loves something for free or a bonus. Use loss leaders to attract new customers and then upsell them to your best products.

  1. Online Presence

Make sure you are focusing on your SEO to rank well on Google AND being responsive and active on at least 2 social media platforms. This build confidence in your business being trustworthy, also if customers can’t find you, they can’t spend with you.

  1. Set Targets

Have dedicated goals and share them with your staff. Set challenges with rewards the staff have suggested that ensure they feel appreciated for reaching those targets.

  1. Competitions

Competitions are a cheap, easy and effective way to grow your audience and influence. Make sure that you have pretty of lead time and the prize is substantial. Be sure to collect all the data of the entrants to use later – respectfully.

  1. Classes

You’re an industry expert and people are always looking to learn new skills. Whether online or in real life, offering classes is a great way to get new customers and be established as an authority in your field.

  1. Group Deals

Programs such as Groupon have huge reach and audience to promote your business. Be sure to have a good offer and the ability to scale as well as safeguards such as dates and limits.