Tips for your Micro-Business

Business Strategies


Micro business, micro enterprise, micro company- they all have a few things in common. It operates with fewer than 9 people and requires below $50,000 to start. This may vary from state to state and different localities. 


Let’s say you have taken the courageous step to venture into the world of your own microbusiness. What’s next? What do you do to secure the prospects and financial incline of your endeavor? Well, HRMatrix is here to provide essential tips to keep you more than afloat. 


Clear Marketing

Do you have a pristine idea of what your business is? Is it down to the concise pitch? Good. Now work this into an engaging format, because the missing variable to the equation of your success is your audience. 


To engage your targeted consumer you must prioritize the personal benefit your audience will attain by pursuing your product/business. 


Your Website

One method of engagement through your business’s website. It must be its own url, not a FaceBook page, or a product promotion on other social media platforms. That can come later, but let’s focus on this primarily. 


  • You have to keep it user friendly, but a simple, point blank, Arial text over white won’t do. Display effort, it's typically the first impression of your business. 


  • Keep it easy to navigate. 


  • People prefer to receive information when inquired over; have a list of click-ables to provide separate pages that answer FAQs.  You don’t want to bombard your readers with information, keep in mind the typical attention span.


  • Speaking of attention span, make sure your website is efficiently running. That means, no lags and excessive loading.


Valuable Content

As mentioned above, you must prioritize the personal benefit the consumer will obtain. How will their investment gratify the consumer? How do you stand out from the rest in competition to your micro business? 


Have a broad reach on your targeted audience. Niches are important, and are sometimes in fact a golden ticket for micro business, but to reduce its reach to minimal percentage could damage its potential business influence. 


Conclusion

Taking your first steps with your micro business is the most daunting phase, but HRMatrix is here with prosperous guidance. Your business requires clear marketing and valuable content. Now that you have a thorough understanding, let’s get started!



ABOUT THE AUTHOR

ZAINAB RAZA

HR Manager with 20 years of Experience.