How to Succeed in Real Estate and other Businesses in Nigeria
Experience and research over the years led to this article, It should known that successful business people didn’t jump into success overnight but took a conscious effort to grow steadily in Business. Business guides or a piece of Business advice for someone in America or China may not exactly work for someone in Algeria or Nigeria, Putting this in Perspective, entrepreneurs and dynamic business enthusiasts the world over study their market and their government policies and itemize all to structure a workable business strategy.
Be that as it may, Experts argued that there are profound and universal business tips that obtain in every clime, especially those relating to the basics and relationships between clients and product/service providers.
This article seems to underline these baseline tips necessary for a business to be successful.
1. Plan your Day Before it starts:
Take a few Minutes the night before and plan your top priorities for the following day, Attack those things first and seriously not minding other things competing for attention.
2. Write Valuable blog Content:
Anita Clark advised that blogging in today times is a top priority,
As an entrepreneur or a real estate Agent in Nigeria you should know that The more quality content you publish improves your visibility, trust, and the better chance you have to be seen by buyers and sellers.
3. Invest in a Great Website:
This is a no-brainier, The quality of website you develop gives people the assurance that you truly are into business, Spend time and money to get a good website done, with good description of your services, your team and be honest about what you can do.
4. Network and Socialize Daily:
Socialize with other people, throw parties, do things that bring people together, attend gatherings and find a way to mix up with the people, give people reasons to retain your contact, relationship is the currency of business
5. Give to Get:
In your line of business, or as a realtor, promote other brands, re-tweet their tweets, share their Facebook posts, and make them believe you support their business, then certainly same may want to follow you back in sympathy and share your brands as well.
6. Put Clients Need first:
This is one area most Nigerian Business people get wrong, at the start of a business, they will value their clients so well, but when they have gained ground, love and respect for even new clients begin to diminish, you may not be able to maintain all clients but you can’t afford to lose one, the advice is to prioritize the need of your clients at all times, Remember they say customers are always right..
7. Stay up on Social Media
social media seems to be a direct gift from God, utilize the efficacy of the social media to drive sales and brand awareness, If you can’t do it on your own, you would need to employ a dedicated professional to handle your handles, and make sure you understand why you need to do this.
8. Respond Quickly to Leads
Pay attention to every comment, and new leads, no matte how it sounds, respond quickly and professionally