Bacon is currently one of the most popular meat products in America. This is because it offers that extra flavor to nearly anything it is paired with. I mean, what would filet mignon be without bacon or a BLT sandwich be like without the savory, salty addition of bacon? Bacon adds that little bit of extra flavor to so many foods.
But, “What” you may ask, “does bacon have to do with business?” If you are not in the culinary business, then you may have never thought of bacon and business in the same sentence, but just as bacon complements many foods, the bacon below can spice up your business:
Blog posts– If you have a blog page on your website, then use it. Remember, Google notes websites that have new content on a regular basis. Either write the posts yourself or hire someone to do it for you.
Apps and advertisement-If you have a business where an app would be beneficial, then take the time to design one and make available to others. Or, if you would rather, set up a Google AdWords Campaign. Remember, you want to keep your business in the public, so take advantage of the tools available to you.
Connect with others through emails, phone calls, newsletters,social media and more. You never know when that 5-minute phone call or the time spent on Facebook or Pinterest will pay off in a big way.
Offline connections– Attend seminars, get involved with community events and organizations or go to conferences whenever possible.
Network– Don’t just attend the seminars, conferences, etc. get involved! This doesn’t have to be just within your field of business, but may be a group for a passion or hobby you have. Many times, you will get a new client based purely on the fact that “they know/knew you from….”
Yes, adding some bacon to your business is a great way to get the word out about what you have to offer. However, if jobs like social media, blog posts and other writing aspects are things that “burn your bacon” talk to Write Away Copywriting about taking care of those jobs for you. After all, just because bacon taste great doesn’t mean you have to cook it for yourself!