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10 Tips to Prepare Your Business for the Future

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Even if you have a successful business today, there’s no guarantee of that success continuing into the future. You need to continually update your practices and keep up with trends in order to stay successful going forward. Here are some tips from members of our small business community for ensuring future business success.

Use These Tech Trends to Get Your Business Out of a Rut

Every small business experiences down times. But the constantly changing tech tools available to you can potentially help you break out of those ruts. In this post at Hellbound Bloggers, Pradeep Kumar sharessome current tech trends you can use to break your small business out of a rut.

Know These Three Things About the Future of Content Marketing

Content marketing is constantly changing. So you need to keep up with the trends if you want your content to continue making an impact going forward. This post by Rachel Strella of Strella Social Media includessome things you should know about the future of content marketing. And you can also see what BizSugar members had to say about the post here.

Keep Your Mobile Workforce Data Secure

Today’s technology allows more workers than ever to go mobile. But when you have a mobile workforce, you need to make sure that all your sensitive business data is secure. That’s why this Biz Epic post by Tara Miller includes some tips for keeping your mobile workforce data secure.

Consider These Things Before Implementing CRM Software

CRM software can be helpful and even essential when it comes to growing your business. But you need to choose the best possible option in order to get all of the benefits. Here, Jennifer Boyd of the Acumium blog shares some things you should consider before implementing a CRM software for your business.

Get More Done and Be More Productive

The more productive you’re able to be for your business, the more you’ll be able to grow and improve your business going forward. This Success Harbor post by George Meszaros includes some tips for getting more done. And members of the BizSugar community comment on the post as well.

Create Smart Succession Planning for Your Leadership Pipeline

Strong leadership can make a huge difference for any business. But if you have a sizable team, you likely can’t take on all of the leadership roles yourself. That’s where succession planning comes in. Brad Callahan goes into more detail in this Marketing Innovators post.

Start a Blog for Your Business

If you haven’t started a blog for your small business at this point, you probably don’t think it would provide many benefits. But it could be time to rethink that, according to this CorpNet post by Nicki Escudero. She lists some of the reasons your small business needs a blog.

Attract More Visitors to Your B2B Blog

Even B2B businesses can potentially benefit from blogging. But you need a strategy to really attract visitors. This Basic Blog Tips post by Ahmad Raza includes some unique tips for getting B2B blog visitors. And BizSugar members chime in with input on the post too.

Find Your Story, Seinfeld Style

There are so many platforms and outlets for small businesses to share stories and content online. But you need to actually find a compelling story in order to really make an impact. Of course, there’s always a way to find a story worth telling, as this Media Shower post by Judah Fund illustrates.

AMP Up Your Content With Tips from Google

Google’s Accelerated Mobile Pages project has the potential to help businesses get their websites and online content more easily found by mobile consumers. And Google recently shared some tips for businesses, broken down in this Search Engine Journal post by Matt Southern.

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