Benefits Of Automation For Business Survival Part 1.
We’re all welcome to the new week. As I go straight to the business of the day.
Operating a business is about using the good times to plan for the bad times. Believe me, every business owner should plan as though there will be a downturn in business at some point.
To get your business to survive the bad times takes planning, and it takes a clear-headed execution of those plans when the bad times do show themselves.
Focus On What’s Important:
The most common advice for small business owners is to learn to delegate the menial tasks or things that aren’t their strengths. When we think of delegation we often think of hiring an employee, contractor, or agency, but delegation can also mean automation.
In fact, automation is often the most cost-effective and efficient way to delegate. With an automated solution handling a routine process, you’ll save time that can be invested in focusing on work that aligns with your strengths.
Meaning, by spending time on menial tasks or not focused on your core competencies you are wasting time as a result of focusing on too much. You need to get back to what’s important. The core business and the key strengths of your business, that is the key money maker for the business. Not the tasks that will ultimately cost the business money. Time is money.
Benefits Of The Internet:
The main advantage of the Internet is its ability to connect billions of computers and devices to each other. Not only does the Internet create convenience in sharing and receiving information between users, but another advantage of the modern Internet is also its ability for automation. It is incredibly powerful and very cost efficient, but it takes time and some skill. It is about creating a community, using social media networking such as Facebook, YouTube, Twitter and blogging to build rapport with your market. You need to get on the train and do it because your competitors upgrading.
You Must Build Your Online Presence Business Website and Social Media:
I always feel like I’m shouting into the wind when I keep emphasizing on the benefits of websites and social media presence, but your small business really needs a website. I know you don’t have time. But creating a professional looking website can be quick and easy nowadays and your business needs to be in the online space. more than 70 percent of consumers research purchases online before buying in a store.
A simple website that describes who you are, what you do, and how to contact you will suffice for many small businesses. At a minimum, your site should contain: Your logo, Your business name, A summary of what you do your products and services Your contact information, Your address, including a Google Map link Your mission,e.g. Softwareshop Limited Every Hardware Needs A Software Testimonials from customers Depending on your target market,social media can be a great way to promote your business.
My Final Parting Word:
Laugh…Often.You are being observed today. Satan is watching to see if his tactics are working. Laugh aloud and rejoice that your circumstances are attracting the attention of God, too. Miracles are always birthed when things seem their worst. Satan is sensitive and very capable of being discouraged. So…make the effort to rejoice
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