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Jeff Lopes On How To Build A Successful Business As A Beginner

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If you look at successful people from all around the world you will find something in common. A coach or mentor by their side who helps them to execute their vision into reality. We can find mentors in every field not only for the athletes who compete to win gold medals. If you are into business and want to achieve the desired result, there is a need for a business coach.

Meet Jeff Lopes, Business Coach and Founder of Jeff Knows Inc. With more than 24 years of experience running multi-million dollar companies, he is continuously helping people from around the world who need strategies to build thriving businesses.

For many people who want to start a business, it’s quite hard to make it successful cause they don’t have much experience. Although they ask their parents and friends for advice, oftentimes it might not work because the emotional connection might disturb objective advice and help. Not having a mentor or business coach is one of the reasons numerous businesses fail within the first year.

Jeff mentioned, “ Business coaches won’t worry if they give you advice that differs your opinion. They know what works and what not”. Experienced business coaches know the exact steps that can grow the revenue. 

Building a successful business should not be stressful. An entrepreneur finds satisfaction in the service or product they provide. But if the company is not growing and the loans are heavy, it can be very disturbing. To solve this kind of issue many big companies hire advisors so that every move is a smart one.

 

In my recent conversation with Jeff, I asked the beginner ways to build a successful business. If you are thinking of starting a business or already run one, his tips can help you to achieve the next milestone. 

Jeff Lopes:

  • As a business owner or entrepreneur, you need to understand that awareness about your product or service is crucial. Without visibility, it’s difficult to receive orders from new customers. As a business coach, I always recommend my clients to start with a website. Having a website is the first way to show the customer that you are serious about your service. 
  • If you have a budget, invest in SEO so that whenever clients search on Google you are recommended. If you don’t have funds then I recommend you to quickly create social media profiles and share inspirational content related to your business. Engagement on Facebook pages is going down but sharing informative content on Facebook groups will help you to maximize the exposure and get new clients. You can do similar with Instagram, create informative content with attractive pictures related to service, and add hashtags. 
  • Google Adwords is another powerful tool that will help you to receive targeted clients looking for a solution to their problem.

 

Thanks to Jeff Lopes for sharing his valuable insights. Get in contact with Jeff to find more tips to create a successful business.

 

Email Jeff@Jeffknowsinc.com

Jeff Knows Inc. – http://www.jeffknowsinc.com

Jeff Knows Inc Platforms to listen – http://www.jeffknowsinc.com/entrepreneur-podcast

Social Media:

Instagram – http://www.instagram.com/jefflopes

Facebook – http://www.facebook.com/jeffknowsi

 

Sujan Pariyar is the founder of the "Think 7 Figures" magazine. He shares stories of inspiring entrepreneurs from all around the world and tips to create a better life & business.

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