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Automating Tasks



After tightening up your brand image and marketing tactics; you may see a big jump in your customer engagement and sales! To effectively maximize the time you dedicate to your business, consider implementing the following;


  • Schedule the content/emails you plan out to be automatically posted with apps like Planoly, Buffer, Hootsuite or even Canva! Another option, to be communicate even more directly with your audience, is a mass text platform like the ones mentioned in this article.


  • Set aside “Content Days” every month where you create fresh photos, videos and posts to use throughout the week. - It is a HUGE time and mental energy saver when you can be reminded that a thoughtfully created post is being share with your audience, at the perfect time (using an app) VS having to remembering that you need to post and having to come up with content on the fly. 0/10, would not recommend.


  • Chose a trusted payment platform. The website or app should make it quick and easy to pay, because everyone hates a long checkout process. Access to Apple Pay, PayPal and the ability for customers to take a photo of their card are a few ways to ease your transaction process. Having a singular way you accept payments also makes record keeping easier and reduces your “abandoned carts”!


  • Register your business with the state you operate in and open a business account. Connecting this account with your payment platform and an app like QuickBooks is the best way to keep up with where money is coming and going without having to do it manually!

Improving Customer Experience




Ok- now your business is running like a well oiled machine! To keep your customers coming back and to set yourself apart from your competition, take another critical look at your customer experience. You can ask questions like;




Examples of a thoughtfully planned customer experience:


  • Adding easy twist caps for customers who find packaging difficult to use.
  • Once click payments
  • Utilizing text reminder for clients who don’t use email often.
  • Offering subscription packages (that would save money) to clients who do business with you often.
  • Sending thank you notes or goodie bags to supporting customers.




Examples of a thoughtfully planned customer experience:



  • Adding easy twist caps for customers who find packaging difficult to open.
  • One click payments for clients while little extra time.

  • Utilizing text reminder for clients who don’t use email often.
  • Offering subscription packages (that would save money) to clients who do business with you often.
  • Sending surprise thank you notes or goodie bags to long time supporting customers.
  • Cold water and snacks ready for clients driving to you from far away!


We hope that going through this guide has helped put you on the fast track to structuring your small business! If you would like help with anything, don’t hesitate to contact us!