- August 5, 2021 at 8:01 am#507780zackParticipant
So share your experience what infrastructure should be for starting a business?
- August 5, 2021 at 8:02 am #507783
Hey Zack, It really depends on what kind of business you are attempting to start. Most start online with bootstrapping and bare essentials. Do you mind sharing just a bit more about your business venture?
- August 9, 2021 at 7:52 am #507788
Hope you’re good. Well I’m about to start a clothing business. Even want to do through online.
- August 9, 2021 at 7:55 am #507790
You should find this blog I wrote helpful: https://www.startup-forums.com/how-to-start-an-online-clothing-boutique/
But, I believe one of the first decisions you should make are the following:
- What will be your target audience?
- Will you be shipping, or drop shipping?
- Do you have any money set aside for this venture yet?
- August 11, 2021 at 8:31 am #507794
It seems so helpful will check it out. i’m glad to see this ..
Thanks so much for that.
- August 11, 2021 at 8:31 am #507796
You’re welcome. Let me know if you have anymore questions after giving it a read.
- August 12, 2021 at 8:47 am #507798
Thanks for the sharing. I just read the content its really informative and helpful for me. Many concepts got cleared now and got more confidence to make in easily.
Thanks so much.
- August 12, 2021 at 8:47 am #507800
- August 17, 2021 at 8:39 am #507801
How are you ? Would you help me out to give some better suggestion for SEO in 2021 what techniques and factors should be use for ecommerce b2b and b2c. What trends is more effective that perfectly work can grow business. I’m expecting good briefing on it from you.
Thanks so much 🙂
- August 17, 2021 at 8:51 am #507804
I’m doing well. What about you? Essentially SEO is broken down into the following:
- Build relevant backlinks to your website. You do this through outreach. However, as a business owner, it’s technically better to just outsource this. (we have a few recommendations you could use).
- Build relevant, informational, and valuable content for your audience (blogging), and then ask for your readers to subscribe to your email list. (this part can be outsourced too once you get revenue coming in).
- In your email list, you send them newsletters about what you’ve blogged about lately, maybe coupons, new products, best sellers, maybe a customer testimonial, and other things your audience finds interesting.
- In your email list, tag customers and break them into segmentations. This way you can send segmented sections of your audience-specific emails to your lists that would interest them.
This is where I would start. Work on building a simple lean funnel, to interest readers, get them on your list, then get them to become customers.
As far as B2C and B2B goes, I virtually treat these the same. It’s all about your target audience, what do they need, what are their frustrations and problems, and how can we help solve them.
In a B2B environment, we try to help them, help their customers sometimes as well. Or make it easier to do by providing a solution. One of my main questions, is, do you need customers right this very minute? Or can you build it over time? Do you have the cash to rely on now? Or do you need it to pay the bills? I mention this because it may be good to have at least a brand awareness campaign on social media or Google Ads, while working on your SEO campaigns.
- August 23, 2021 at 8:02 am #507805
Hope you’re good. Information you have provided me is so helpful. What about the content marketing and factors of it?
- August 23, 2021 at 8:08 am #507807
Content Marketing again starts with your target audience of course. You could even run a short survey (if you have access to your target audience) and find out the topics they like to read, learn, and hear about. That would be one of my first steps.
After that, you build valuable content that is informational in nature. It’s kinda like giving free advice but make sure it is correct, useful, and actionable. In the beginning, you’ll have to write this content yourself (but can hire it out later).
Once you get the content written, then you promote it. Don’t spend a whole lot here, $50 – $100 per ad platform. So, maybe a little social media, Google Ads, etc. Just something to help get eyeballs on your content. Of course, you’ll do link building like we previously talked about. Can you do a survey for your audience?
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