5 Ways to Bring in New Business

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5 Ways to Bring in New Business

Marketing any type of business always has one essential goal: to bring in new clients. It can be daunting since it’s a never-ending process. Our efforts sometimes don’t pay off immediately, but instead give us a more long-term yield. That can be disheartening when you need clients now. I’ve found the best way to make sure you have a consistent flow of inquiries is to make sure you’re combining both short- and long-term marketing plans. Here are six ideas to help you formulate your new client campaign.

Long-Term

Creating and sticking to long-term marketing efforts can be time-consuming and a bit tedious at first. However, they’re crucial to establishing a credible brand presence with your audience, and they will yield results over time. (For more on other long-term ventures that yield amazing results, check out my last two articles on the “compound effect.”)Want to read this photography training article? Log in and launch this free photography training magazine // October 2014 issue or create a free account by clicking here.

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