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4 smart ways to advertise your business locally

Posted by NextMinute on Apr 1, 2019 4:23:37 PM

"I need to build a house in Sydney. Let me travel to Poland and get the best tradies," said no customer ever. If you run a trade business, a majority of your customers will be local - probably all of them.

Success depends on your ability to promote your skills in your neighbourhood because that, for the most part, is who you'll be servicing.

Here are the 4 ways to advertise your business locally:

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Topics: Marketing, Advertising

Why Your Customers Choose (or Reject) You

Posted by NextMinute on Mar 11, 2019 9:34:24 AM

Ever wondered why your competitor got the project that you could have done way better?

Running a trade business can be exhausting sometimes and it's likely that you don't have time to read books on consumer behaviour and psychology.

However, it's necessary that you understand what makes your customers tick - why they buy (or don't buy) from you.

Let's understand the 5 most important factors that can drive customers towards (or away from) you.

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Topics: Marketing, Customers

Tradies - How To Show Off Your Best Work?

Posted by NextMinute on Feb 20, 2019 5:30:00 PM

When it comes to promoting your trade business, are you doing what every other tradie is doing?

Of course, word-of-mouth, a well designed website, and social media marketing are good.  But we're about to walk the extra mile, mate!
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Topics: Marketing, Customers, Small Business

How to Market Your Trade Businesses

Posted by NextMinute on Feb 5, 2019 5:01:01 PM

 

Most people are certain that they know these two things: how to beat someone in boxing and how to market their business.

But you only realise your strengths and weaknesses once you’re in the ring.

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Topics: Marketing, Customers

Does Your Business Stand Out? How to Beat the Competition

Posted by NextMinute on Jan 31, 2019 2:33:41 PM

 

In a competitive marketplace where there is an abundance of trade companies for customers to sift through and choose from,  standing out in a crowd can be a difficult task to broach.

If you want your business to do well, you want to get new customers both organically and through generated leads, and be good at this.  As a start point it’s important to take a little time to figure out what your point of difference is.

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Topics: Marketing, Job Management