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How to Get Your Business Trending

Some Easy-To-Follow Tips to Help Your Business Grow Quickly

By Kari OakleyPublished 5 years ago 3 min read

Whether your business is in your home or you have a shop in downtown, you’re looking to have it become something that is “trending.” You want your business to be known and recognized by people who are interested in your business niche. You want your business to earn loyal customers—people who come by every other week just to say and that they appreciate you. There is nothing that feels better to a business owner than to be recognized, appreciated, and successful. To help you get there, here are some of the best ways to get your business “trending.

1. Have a recognizable logo.

One of the best things that you can do for your business is to have a great logo. Logos are vital to business—both when you’re a new business and when you’ve been around for years. People know companies by their logo. If you see a red bullseye, you’ll think of Target. If you see the yellow bent arrow, you know that you’re looking at Amazon. There are hundreds of other examples where businesses are recognized by their logo. To have a trending business, you need to have a logo that stands out. You don’t have to drop a lot of money on this either. You just have to be creative enough to come up with something good. Use a free logo maker that allows you to preview the design before you decide on something concrete. You can experiment with different logos and see how they would look on a shirt or other materials to make sure that you love the look of the logo.

2. Market to the right people.

The next thing that you need to do is market to the right people. Every marketable product or service has a group that will respond more positively to the idea. That group should be the people that you target for your product. If you’re marketing to a younger group of people, use social media advertisements to reach them. Create ads that show they’re the people you’re trying to reach; you need to make it so that the target group relates and sympathizes with your product. To market to an older generation, try advertising in magazines and other places that they will see your product. You want to target the groups where they will see you.

3. Earn a reputation.

People rely heavily on their reputations, and so do businesses. Review sites like Yelp, Google, and others are the lifeblood of your business because people actually read and look at these reviews. Try to get the best reviews possible for your business. Make sure that every person who visits or shops for your service or product is satisfied. Focus on your customer service and respond quickly to their questions. If you meet with your customers in person, smile and get to know them. Make them feel comfortable with you so that they’ll come back again and again. You might want to allow customers to give you personal feedback on the business so you know where you can improve and what you’re doing great. This will help you to tailor your business to fit the needs and wants of the customers.

4. Give them your best.

People want to know that they’re getting your best product. And, usually, when people can see that they’re getting a good product, they care less about what that good product is. Customers want things that are of high quality and look nice. If you can deliver your best (don’t try to be cheap with the people you’re serving) then you’ll earn loyal customers who rant about your business to their friends. This will help you earn a circle of people who love and trust your company. Those loyal customers will prove to be one of your greatest assets as your company continues to grow.

Conclusion

To become a popular and trending business, people need to see that you’re worth it. They need to be able to recognize your logo and know that you’re giving them your all. If you do that, you will earn customers who want to keep coming back to you again and again.

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About the Creator

Kari Oakley

Kari Oakley is a fitness trainer from Kenosha Wisconsin. She now lives in downtown Chicago, and loves to get out. She is a big fan of anything adventure, and loves getting a workout in the outdoors.

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