News and Articles About Finding Customers
To get a piece of the $51-billion wedding market, aspiring entrepreneurs embrace specialty planning services.
A guide to understanding your customers and how your product meets their needs.
You're bound to face rejection if you're in it to grow your business. Learning to take it in stride requires practice. Here are six ways to help you make the most of rejection.
Use these strategies to get in front of hard-to-reach potential clients and make a sale.
In the tradition of solving consumers' problems, two young treps set out to eradicate the hangover.
Student entrepreneur Karim Abouelnaga on the importance of a great business model to the overall health of your company.
Determine your marketing plan's effectiveness by analyzing how much you're spending to gain just one client.
Jason Abrams, realtor to celebrity athletes and star of the new HGTV show 'Scoring the Deal,' shares five tips for how to get (and keep) famous clients.
Focusing on your ultimate goals can help you devise a plan to reach them.
As the number of social-entrepreneurs rise, catering to sustainably-minded ventures makes good business. Here's how to ease into working with these companies and how to grow with the trend too.
Defy convention and employ these unconventional methods for connecting with new customers.
Starting up for the first time can be a nerve-wracking experience. Here's how to soothe your fears and boost your odds for success.
It's time for a fresh look at the way we form and develop business relationships.
Consider these strategies if you aren't converting website viewers into paying customers.
Generating lots of traffic is only part of the battle. Here are some tips to help you avoid the blunders of blind traffic generation.
In this chat interview, we asked entrepreneur Gary Vaynerchuk your questions about winning over customers on social media.
Faced with a glut of daily-deal sites, new entrants are having a tough time winning over merchants. Here's how to cut through the hype and build your client roster.
Unlike in a presidential election where candidates look to ply their message to anyone and everyone, the best way to market a cash-strapped startup is to be direct.
Networking requires focus and follow-up to develop and nurture valuable business relationships.
You don't have to spend big money to get the same valuable contacts as the big guys. Here are some options to consider.
How to use the professional networking site to make better business connections.
Entrepreneur's Diana Ransom talks with small-business expert Marie Forleo about leading small companies reach the types of customers most likely to be willing to pay their prices.