Increase your business over the holidays

Time flies! Christmas will be here before we know it and with that comes New Years after that. All types of businesses need to be taking advantage of the holiday season to gain clients. No matter what business you are in, you need to be gaining new clients on a regular basis to hit that bottom line. You also want to keep your current clients engaged and interacting with you and your business. If they are interacting with you, this means they think of you. If they are thinking of you, they will be more likely to refer you to their friends and family! You see how this works?

A few key things you could do to increase client interaction and gaining new clients:

1. Hold a contest: Hold a contest for a free giveaway. To be entered they could become a new client, or offer it to current clients who come into your business.

2. Give a discount: It could be offering 10% off for anyone who pays in full, or offer something free to current clients that come in.

Holidays can be slow for businesses because clients are more concerned with saving money for gifts over Christmas time. But, if handled well it can also increase your business if you give away something for free, offer discounts, or hold a contest. A few things to consider…take advantage!

Hello, my name is Andrea Twarowski and I have been told I do a little bit of everything! My passions include educating and working in the dental profession, designing web sites and blogs, and collaborating with companies to promote and increase productivity. This has been my fun for the past 10 years. I work part time as a dental hygienist with Dr. Jack Bottner in London, ON. Also, I tutor dental hygiene and dental assisting students as well as offering continuing education for dental professionals. If you need help creating, or updating your blog or web site; including marketing using newsletters or social media drop me a line. Also, you can visit me at Office Elle Solutions and I look forward to speaking with you!
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