When it comes to growing your business, increasing your sales volume is critical for continued growth and success. I’m going to outline seven tools and tips you can use to increase your business’ sales and spread your brand awareness quickly and effectively.

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1. SEO

  • SEO is search engine optimisation. Basically, it’s a tactic you can use to boost your page’s rankings on Google’s organic search results. You’re going to use keywords, shorter paragraphs and a responsive webpage to help your customers find you easier. Your entire website needs to be optimised for both Local SEO and Organic SEO.

2. Blogging

  • Routinely updating your blog keeps your company relevant. You can use your blog to engage your current customers and potential leads, showcase new products, talk about your services, answer questions and much more. This is also an area you can work in more relevant keywords.

3. Content Creation

  • Creating content can help fill in the empty areas on your website, and it’s a great way to talk about your company and products. Your customers want to know what you can offer them in terms of products and services, and creating engaging content can pull your visitors from your landing page around your website.

4. PR

  • Building up your company’s reputation will require a dedicated PR team or person. You should use this PR team to manage the flow of information to and from your business. They can help head off any disasters, fix problems and update your customers on any new offerings or developments concerning your company.

5. Podcasting

  • Podcasts are wildly popular with people all over the world because they’re convenient, and your customers can listen to them while they’re on the go. You could set up a weekly podcast session to talk about your business, interview staff members, give teasers about new products or services and engage with your audience.

6. TV Interviews

  • If you want very fast exposure, TV interviews are the way to go. Not only does this give you instant access to millions of people, but you can take the interview in any direction you like. Talk about what you can do for your customers, the company’s history, recent charitable events and more.

7. Use Zoom for Meetings

  • Getting everyone to a meeting is almost impossible, especially if you have remote employees working in different time zones. Zoom gives your company a comprehensive video conferencing solution. You can have meetings, conferences and more.