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Advertising a new product or service to an existing customer base

Advertising a new product or service to an existing customer base - 702 pros | Justin Young

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Let’s Get Going – Advertising a new product or service to an existing customer base

Description / Overview: In this article/video I tell you some important tools and tips on how to advertise a new product or service to an existing customer base.

Speaker: Justin Young, Owner of 702 Pros and LV Promos

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Three tools you want to utilize:

  1. MailChimp: https://MailChimp.com
  2. Social Media
  3. Direct

Tips:

  1. Make sure this new product or service is something your current list will be interested in.
  2. Market this new product or service effectively to this demographic/list of customers.

If you have any questions please email me at 702pros@gmail.com

Tags: Business, business ideas, selling a new product, startup, startup ideas, new business tips, new business tools, business advice, startup help, startup coach, launch a new business, marketing, success

About 702 Pros, we are a Las Vegas-based web design, app development, graphic design, branding, and digital marketing firm. We’ve helped hindered of Businesses from all over Las Vegas and beyond realize their business ideas.

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Why Business Collaboration is SO Important for Your Startup or Existing Business

Why Business Collaboration is SO Important for Your Startup or Existing Business-CHALLENGE ACCEPTED! Justin Young

Learn Why Business Collaboration is SO Important for Your Startup or Existing Business, and How you can start

Description:

It’s time to #AccepttheChallenge of business and step into the digital era, where customers expect you to be a PRO at what you do and that sometimes means going out of your comfort zone, taking on new challenges and facing hardships straight-on. That when it’s important to collaborate with other businesses or people to facilitate your customer’s needs instead of just saying, “well we don’t do that. sorry”.

In order to build long-lasting relationships, you need to be able to grow by reaching out to businesses in lateral fields as you, who offer similar but not the exact same products or services in-order to #IncreaseBrandReach while helping a hard-earned customer in the process.

In this video, I cover the importance of collaboration and how to go about finding people to collaborate with. If you want me to add anything to this video please let me know in the comments below or email me (email in video πŸ˜‰ – so you have to watch through.)

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About Justin:

My name is Justin Young, I’m the founder and CEO of 702 Pros LLC, a digital marketing, branding, website design, app development, and search engine optimization firm owned and operated in Las Vegas, NV.

I’m also a dedicated father of three and a US Air Force veteran. I love helping people follow their dreams, start new businesses, grow their brand from #StartuptoSuccess , challenging common thought and changing the name of business in the digital age while nurturing my connections, family, and clients.

Join me as I change the game! and show you my best tips, tricks, and strategies in digital marketing and brand development.

Thanks for listening and good luck on your entrepreneurial journey!

Sincerely,
Justin Young

ps. if you’re interested in being a test ready for one of my books please let me know, somewhere (lol!)

3 Steps to Take When Coming up with a Name for a startup

3 STEPS TO TAKE WHEN COMING UP WITH A NAME FOR A STARTUP by Justin Young with 702 Pros

#Branding #Startups #BusinessTips #Entrepreneurs

In this Post I’ll Go over the Steps I Take When Coming up with a name for a startup

Coming up with a name for a startup may be the most important part of your business journey. It is often the first thing someone notices about your business and if done well will never be forgotten, of course, marketing/branding, product/service, and customer service play very important roles as well. Ok, enough chit-chat lets get down to why you’re here.

THE THREE STEPS

Step 1: Brainstorming

First thing you want to do is brainstorm… Think of two phrases that describe your business. In this example, we’ll use dog walking.

First work is dog
Second word is walking

Next you’re going to look a handful of synonyms for each word, compiling them into a list

ie. for Dog

  1. pup
  2. puppy
  3. doggy
  4. hound
  5. mutt
  6. pooch
  7. tyke
  8. bowwow
  9. fido
  10. fleabag
  11. man’s best friend
  12. tail-wagger

ie. for Walking

  1. hike
  2. parade
  3. stroll
  4. tour
  5. stretch
  6. step
  7. march
  8. stride
  9. fido
  10. tread
  11. circuit
  12. ramble

Step 2: Domain Lookup

Once you’ve came up with a few good names, it’s time to take those names and combine them.

With your name combinations, ie. puphikes, doogymarch, fleabagstrolls (note: you can make them plural too) – go over to namecheap.com and see if any of the combinations you came up with are available for registration. This is very important for branding your business and finding one of these combinations in a domain will help make your brand look more polished and professional.

when you go to Namecheap make sure and input the word combination like this, puphikes.com (fun side note! this domain is still available and it is pretty good, but I may buy it so if you’re reading this, BUY IT QUICK! another side note, domain purchasing is kind of like stocks or real-estate, in fact it is digital real-estate that will only grow in the future so buy all the domains you can while they are still relatively cheap.)

Step 3: State Registration

Once you’ve checked the domain and found a name for your business, its time to check if it’s available on a state level (chances are 99.9999999999999999% sure it is available if the domain is still available.

Once all three of theses requirements are met – you’re done!! Yoou’ve found a really solid name to grow with πŸ™‚

I hope this article helped and look forward to hearing your thoughts. Please let me know on Facebook or Youtube.

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Sticking to a schedule or regimen when starting a business

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Why Creating a Schedule and Regimen (Startup Schedule) is so important when starting a new business

Title: Sticking to a schedule or regimen when starting a business (Startup Schedule)

Description: In this video, I cover why it’s SO important to stick to a schedule aka (Startup Schedule) when starting your business. How you have to think of it like a 9-5+++ job, and disregard misconceptions about freedom, at least in the startup phase.

Schedules are difficult, imparticular for someone like me who could work 24/7. Call it a curse, call it a strength. I/(my ex’s) would say it’s a bit a both, more for the latter. (I guess I’m kind of the guy you love until you hate, with a vengeance! but I digress.)

If you’re like me, a ‘go 24/7’ kind of person, you find it a challenge to stick to a set schedule, in particular staying on a specific task (Dang ADHD!). However, if you want your business to succeed you need to set an effective schedule and stick to it to the ‘T’, also set up a regimen of important tasks, only you can do! Once you start to stick to those tasks, you establish a pattern. Remember to fine-tune your regimen, only focusing on the most essentially BOSS tasks, ones that will grow your business.

Before you know it, you will have created a pattern of success. One you can use for any business.

POWERTIP: at some point, you will find no matter how well you distribute your time, you will start to fall behind as your business grows. That’s when you know its time to HIRE SOME PEEPS to help care the load and grow your business to the phase.

Hope this helps you on your business journey. Safe entrepreneurial travels!

– Justin Young

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