Different Customer Buying Styles on Solopreneur Success Strategies

Different Customer Buying Styles on Solopreneur Success Strategies

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On today’s show, I look at some characteristics of different Customer Buying Styles and how your Sales Style may clash with your Customer’s Buying Style. You can improve the buying experience for both the Customer and you if you know the different Buying Styles. What type of Customer responds badly to salespeople who rush them and don’t give this customer enough time to absorb the information. See the video to find out.
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2070 Start a Home Business Checklist

 Who is your target market?

 What products or services will you be offering?

 Who is your main competition?

 What is your value proposition?

 How will you deliver your products or services?

 What will you name your business?


 Where will you work? Determine where your office space will be.  Purchase or set up your office equipment and supplies (eg, desk and good chair, computer, printer, phone line, software, basic supplies, etc.)  Set up a separate business address for correspondence.  Set up a separate business email address.  What kind of legal entity will you create? Complete the legal requirements and registration. Identify a lawyer or accountant to help you.  Obtain an Employee Identification Number (EIN). If you are a sole proprietor, this may be your social security number.  Register your name and buy the matching domain name.  Purchase web hosting, if you are going to have a website.  Order business cards. Home Business Start-Up Checklist (continued) Finances  Set up a separate banking account for your business. Obtain a separate business credit card.  Determine how you will pay and get paid. Set up the systems you will use (eg, Paypal and/or credit cards).  Set up a system for tracking your finances.  Prepare an initial budget and financial forecast.  Set your initial business and financial goals. Support  Identify relevant industry websites and forums. Start networking.  Identify and join a mastermind group.  Decide which training you will use, if needed. Get started.  Find people who can perform the tasks you will not be doing yourself. (e.g., website design and development, accounting). Promotion  Create your marketing plan and calendar.  Create an action plan with deadlines. Take a deep breath and get started!! Come and get resources, support and action moving forward in your home business at


2068 5 Tips To Know if you have what it takes to start a home business

5 Tips To Know If You Have What It Takes To Start A Home Based Business You may see, hear, and read a lot of people constantly raving about the numerous wonders of a home based business but in reality, starting and managing one isn’t immediately a bed of roses. In some cases, having a home based business is easier than having a business in traditional settings, but in some cases, it’s absolutely the other way around.

Tip #1 You Still Need the M’s for a Home Based Business

The only difference is that there’s no need for you to pay for rent and possibly, you’ll have lower business costs because your business is based at home. But other than that, the process of starting up and the necessary factors of production are still the same.

Money – It’s rarely possible, if at all, to start a home based business without spending even a dollar for investment and pre-operating costs.

Material – If your home based business is selling products and not services then you’ll still have to ensure that you’ve got the best materials to produce the best products in the market. Manpower – For a home based business, you can usually make use of family members – even your kids – to help out and provide the necessary labor for the business.

Machinery – Usually, a home based business selling services online can function with a computer and Internet access, but if you’re selling products, you’ll naturally need other additional equipment.


2065 Test an Idea when starting a business

Things to consider before you start your home business on whether or not you can have a business in terms of whether or not there is demand out there. Last time we did talk about finding your target market and seeing the demand and some other things that you have to do in order to figure out whether or not you can have a business. Just go to test and see whether or not there is a business out there. So ,for example, just quickly put together a sales page with information on whatever the service or product is and see what kind of interest you get from your market.


2061 Finding Your Market for your Home Business

So right now you’re thinking of starting a home business and you’ve got an idea and you think it might work. But first you have to ask yourself, is there a market out there for your business? So you have to figure out who is your target market. Now I know that I said that I would be talking about off-line and online businesses. But off-line first because just in case you happen to want to start a local business and you are at home, I think we were to talk about some of the things you have to think about before you start it in terms of the government and whether they’d be happy to have a home business in your home. What you have to do is first figure out where is your market and how big do you think your market would be of people that you could reach who would bet interested in what you have to offer. So for example of let’s say you all are you are something right now that’s not so easy, so let’s just say you’re a service, so you are an accountant. You want to start bookkeeping service or an accounting service. If you’re qualified as an accountant in your home office and make it easy for you to have it. First off, of course, you have to figure out who are the other competitors in your market and how much of the market do you think they have and how much do you think you can take, So let’s have a look at in your local area whether or not you think you want to serve up to the 50 mile radius in terms of your business.

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