- Refresh your online presence. Analyze your web metrics to see how well individual channels and web pages are performing. If certain pages, like your online retail shop, are not generating as much traffic as it should, consider updating the content and SEO options to make it easier for people to find through a search engine. Adding key phrases that are common to your industry help amplify your business through search engines and social media sites. If the time people spend on your webpage are low, consider optimizing the ease-of-use of your page, or optimizing the amount of content you display to make it more inviting for customers to use.
- Boost Up Bookkeeping. The start of a new year is a great time to get your finances in order. Review your payments and make sure you’ve settled all your incoming and outgoing payments to suppliers and services. Review your sales and cash flow. This information will be useful in setting a plan for the year and help identify any opportunities to grow your profits. Renegotiate prices with your suppliers and revisit your loan’s interest rates with your bank to see if you are maximizing your cash flow. Of course, don’t forget tax season is right around the corner. Gather all your tax docs and get ready to visit your accountant.
- Take a glance at your new year goals. New year, new goals. Glance back your business goals for the last year and determine how well you accomplished them. Use these to set your new goals. Set some that are short-term and a few that are longer-term. Take into the account the current economic climate, how will that impact your business? You should also take some time and celebrate reaching some of your goals! Growing your business is hard work, and any little step to make it better should take some recognition.
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