1. Connect With Local Businesses

“As a guided meditation company for women who are preparing to conceive as well as pregnant women and new moms, healthcare providers around the country recommend our product through brochures. On a local level, developing relationships with these providers and expanding the network of businesses carrying our brochures, including prenatal massage and yoga studios, has been instrumental to our success.” ~ Mark KrassnerExpectfulhttps://3dbfb1d7dda888aa3da70464ba361955.safeframe.googlesyndication.com/safeframe/1-0-37/html/container.html

2. Participate in Community Events

“The best way to build good business relationships is to network in community events that don’t necessarily involve your industry. Participating in a 5K run or charity event allows you to introduce yourself to other businesses in a way that doesn’t feel like a sales pitch. Everyone is in a comfortable environment where conversation can flow.” ~ Chris QuiochoOffland Media

3. Encourage Clients to Tell You What They Think

“Everyone wants customers to have a good experience. Right after a person makes a purchase or signs up for a service with your company, encourage them to share their experiences on your website, on social media, and other popular review sites. Word of mouth is the best way to promote your business, especially locally.” ~ Blair ThomaseMerchantBroker

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