Hi this is Jane Gardner and welcome. This is all about growing your home business. And today we’re going to just be talking about some of those strategies they could have in order to grow your business. As I have mentioned previously, I’m going to be talking about growing your blog doing anything with your home business whether it’s offline or online on the internet.
So first off, we’re going to be talking about some of the offline strategies of course because these are some of the standard strategies that you have throughout time to grow your business.
We’re going to be looking at networking and marketing.
We’re going to be looking at outsourcing and we’re going to be looking at promoting your business in order to create more awareness for your business.
These are some of the ways that you can grow your home business whether it was 1990 or now. Then we’ll be looking at the Internet and how having the Internet has increased the possibility for you to grow your business. Whether it’s offline or online today you can have a larger Internet international audience for your business and especially if you can do your business in different languages you can have an even larger market. We’ll be looking at your market potential on the internet.
I can tell you right now there was 3.6 billion people on the Internet and I’m sure by now there’s probably more so I’ll keep you up to date on the number of people that are on the Internet and hanging out where they’re hanging out and how you can grow your home business by going where your market is.
So we’re going to be looking at some of the new opportunities for you as a business to grow your business. Of course the most important one being of course the opportunities on the Internet but also by looking at partnering with other businesses and creating a collaboration in order to have a larger success and outsourcing. Being able to outsource some of your work, so that you have more time to grow your business rather than working in your business. So we’ll be looking at growth strategies that will help you save time and money in your business. So if we can get your business to grow by 5 percent, 10 percent or 25 percent just getting your business onto the Internet creating awareness for your business on the Internet. Even if you’re an offline business the Internet is important for your business because at all times you have to be able to grow your home business so you have a strong structure and foundation to your business.
So yeah that’s all we’re looking at and I hope it’ll be useful for you and grow your home business Fridays. Let’s see what should we leave you with today. Think about your own business and what you want to have your business grow at and how you want it to increase by 5 percent. Have a look at your productivity in your business and see how you can be more productive in order to have the time so you can grow your business.
We’ll be looking at social media. So if you haven’t got yourself a social media account on Facebook or Instagram or Twitter, it’s about time that you did. So we’ll be going over some of the reasons for why you should be getting on on social media even if are a home based business who thinks you don’t cater to people on the Internet. I can certainly show you some businesses that have been successful on Instagram, for example, posting photos of ships. These are ships that are shipping! They have people who actually follow them. So it’s not impossible for you to grow your business with social media and on the Internet. And so we’ll be looking at some of the ways you can do that in the coming months.
So I hope you’ll join me and subscribe here at boahb.com and will talk to you again next week. I’ll start with the basics. Start with what did we do back in 1990 when we were growing our home business. I had one of the original guerrilla marketing handbook so we were going over some of the simpler ways that you can sell your home business by doing some marketing for it. And if you have already know about that well we might find a few new ones for you on next week.