10 Marketing Habits that Drive Business Growth

September 17, 2019

Posted at 3:35PM • 8/05/19 • Liz Sagaser


Whether you’ve been in business for decades or just a few months, you probably know there is no silver bullet to guarantee business success. Growing your business takes consistent effort, a solid team, quality merchandise, and an effective communication process with current and potential customers — otherwise known as marketing.

There are no magical fixes to business success, but there are simple habits you can build into your day that will keep you headed in the right direction. We’ve gathered a list of10 habits that can support the success of your business and drive growth.

  1. Network with Other Business Owners
  2. Collect Customer Email Addresses
  3. Send an Email Newsletter
  4. Regularly Review the Competition
  5. Sponsor a Cause or Local Event
  6. Use SEO to Drive Traffic
  7. Engage Fans on Social Media
  8. Read a Savvy Business Book for Inspiration
  9. Keep a List of Creative Ideas
  10. Print Business Cards, then Use Them

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