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Small Business Marketing Tips to Get You Started for Summer

Small business owners like you may find it more challenging to compete for your share of the market than your bigger and more established counterparts. That is why we, at the National Brokers Network, created this guide to help you market your brand during the year’s hottest months.

This summer, heat up your marketing strategy and give your target market good reasons to choose your brand among their many options.  


  • Know Your Audience

You are in the business of offering an effective solution to satisfy your target audience’s wants or needs. However, you can only craft such solution once you thoroughly understand your target audience inside out. Reaching a considerable level of familiarity with your target audience allows you to turn prospects into satisfied and eventually, loyal customers. 

One way to get to know your market on a deeper level is by conducting surveys and interviews. The information you can gather from these activities can provide useful insights into their purchasing behaviours.


  • Study the Competition

Take the time to carefully examine what your competitors are doing right. At the same time, try to learn as much as you can from their failures.

While you are at it, identify what the market is currently lacking. Once you gather adequate data, explore ways on how you can fill the gaps you can find.


  • Publish Substantial Content

It is generally advisable to post content in various platforms. Then again, it is important to identify what platforms your target audience uses. You cannot effectively communicate a message if the intended audience is not present in the first place.

Additionally, keep in mind that creating quality content involves incorporating high-quality visuals. If you do not have the skills and tools to produce great content, seek the help of a professional. You can ask for recommendations from your network.


  • Adopt a Multichannel Approach

There is more than one place to meet your target audience. As earlier mentioned, however, it is important to know their preferred platform/s.

Regardless of the platform you choose, your goal should stay the same. You need to strive to initiate and sustain meaningful and mutually rewarding connections with your target market. Never forget that you only have their limited attention. That knowledge should push you to make the interactions worth their precious time.


  • Connect with Influencers

While an entrepreneur like you usually wears many hats, understand that it is sometimes wise to ask for help. For instance, you can work with influencers in your industry to widen your reach.

Influencers are people whose opinions carry weight. That being said, their services do not come cheap. It is a good idea to make sure that you can afford their assistance before starting an influencer marketing campaign.

Even if you still cannot afford to pay for influencers to promote your brand, you may start building a network today. Those business relations may come in handy sooner or later.


  • Find Niche Communities

This is an option to connect with your target audience that would not hurt your budget. These communities are small and personal. You can use these traits to your advantage by building rapport with members whose interests are aligned with your products and/or services.


  • Act Fast

This means that you can quickly identify problem areas in your strategies, then do things differently for better results. Acting fast also means that your new approach is executed while you still have your target market’s attention.


  • Know When to Stop

When you have made adjustments, but still cannot generate your desired results, it is time to back to the drawing board. It is never easy to start over again. However, it is a waste of valuable resources to continue doing something that no longer works.


  • Assess Your Performance

Regularly and honestly evaluate your marketing activities. Adjust accordingly and act on your informed decisions as soon as possible.

For some businesses, the summer season is when sales are low. For others, it is when profits register the highest mark. Regardless of the weather, however, it is important to consciously make an effort to try something new to keep your business exciting for your market. What we have shared with you here are tips that are not only relevant during the summer season. Rather, these are strategies that you can follow all year long.

While your business is still in its early stages, make it a habit to closely monitor your performance. It may take time before you can reap the rewards of your hard work, but it will be worth it in the end. When your business becomes more stable, you can attract investors who see the value of the work you put in.

Businesses are investments. Your efforts today will surely pay off later. When you decide to put your business in the market for sale sooner or later, contact National Brokers Network for assistance. For now, you can benefit from our team’s expertise in working towards making your business an attractive investment. Feel free to contact us through any of the following means: phone: 03 9226 9222, fax: 03 9078 6315 or email:

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