PRLog - July 2, 2014 - While many small business owners opt to use summer as a time to relax and recuperate, three entrepreneurs are on a mission to encourage fellow business owners to refuse to let their businesses go on vacation – just because they are.
“E-Business Success” author and IT expert K.L. Graham (EBusinessSuccessBook.com)
To keep business owners on their toes this summer, the trio launched the month-long campaign “Summer Sizzlers: 30 Days and 30 Ways to Heat Up Your Business” on July 1, via their social media channels and through the web portal. To accomplish their mission of providing business owners from all walks of life with free access to success tools, the group has enlisted the help of small business guru Andrew Morrison (SmallBusinessCamp.com)
The series will include daily posts on a range of topics including best practices and progressive advice for successfully executing and utilizing websites, social media, content writing, branding and marketing.
“Retailers make 70 percent of their profit in the last two months of the year,” Morrison said. “Plant your marketing seeds this summer in order to reap a reach financial harvest by December.”
“Success is every business owner’s dream, but achieving success is not reserved for just the fall and spring,” Stewart said. “There are hundreds of small and simple tasks that can be done while enjoying the summer season that not only can keep your business flying high, but most of all cause it to soar. Our success series will help get business owners off to a strong start, while every one else is in ‘chill mode.’”
“Just because the summer is a time for vacation, doesn’t mean your web site has to be on vacation,” said Graham. “This series will show businesses owners how to make their web site work for them 24/7 during any season.”
“Social Media is one of the easiest and most cost effective ways to keep your business engaged with your audience everyday,” Samuel said. “Finding fun and creative ways to marry your personal life and business profile during the summer will help you stand out from those who have ‘gone on vacation.’ You are your business and success never takes a holiday.”
“Summer is a great time to #BeSocial,” said Hayes. “And ‘being social’ means being online – something you can do from anywhere and only takes minutes of your time. Post it, tweet it, pin it, comment, the world is waiting to hear from you and you will be surprised what it says back.”
For more information, visit: www.yoursuccessmovement.com.