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Many startups fail in the early stages because they fail to get things right from the start. 90% of Startups fail and only 10% of them survive. Here are five (3) things every startup must be able to avoid the 90% failure mark.
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Set up a mobile website for your startup
80% of internet users own a smartphone globally – and over 50% of smartphone users grab their smartphone immediately after waking up. So setting up a mobile website is the most important task to do.
And your site must look good and work well when people view your website on their mobile devices. If your customers can’t easily read your content and navigate your website on their mobile devices, they will go somewhere else.
Make a list of your expectations
Every startup owner should have a list of their top customers and their top expectations they keep handy. The list should be visible all the time, taped on a desk or posted on the wall and even on their smartphone.
It often takes some research and homework to identify expectations, and in the day – to –day rush of business that can be hard. So go on the web, and do some research on contact who might be your potential customers.
Develop a good marketing plan
Developing a good marketing plan is essential for every startup. To land some big customers you must have a good and effective marketing plan for your startup and that can be done by doing some strategic planning. Clarify and narrow your target markets and figure out the best ways to reach your targets. Set up a marketing budget and marketing vehicles so will be set to go.
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