Chapter Four


Open Your Virtual Doors For Business

It is time to open your virtual doors for business. Drum up excitement for your business by submitting press releases to online press release Web sites and even to your local media.

Remember, even once your business is up and running and you have a steady stream of clients, you must still keep up with marketing your business.

Consistent marketing is the key to your success. If you find that you have too much work to handle and your business is growing at a rapid pace, you may want to consider hiring independent contractors or employees to help with the overflow.

Finally, if this is your first time starting a business, do as much research about starting and growing a business as you can. Talk to other small business owners to find out what challenges they faced when they first started their businesses. And, make use of as many resources as you can.

Start by visiting the Small Business Administration. The SBA is an invaluable resource for those starting and growing a business, and there are local branches nationwide. You can even make an appointment for a free consultation with a member of the SBA. You can visit the SBA online.


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