What do you wish you had known when starting your business? You’re not alone. Andrew Frame, founder of the digital marketing agency, Brand Builders, LLC and author of The Simple Life Hacks for Digital Entrepreneurs shares his top 3 tips to help new entrepreneurs get started with their business on a more solid foundation.
He noticed that there are many individuals starting a business for the first time, who are unsure of how to start, what they need to know, and often-overwhelmed by all of the information out there.
It’s important to Andrew Frame that he speaks to new entrepreneurs in a way that is relatable and helpful without overwhelming them with too much experience. He has helped hundreds of new entrepreneurs get started with their online business by teaching them how to successfully use social media marketing, content marketing and email marketing to grow a profitable business.
Andrew Frame knows that even the most successful entrepreneurs were new once too, and wants to make it easy for individuals who are just starting out as well as those who are struggling.
So, what key pieces of advice and lessons has he learned and shared with new entrepreneurs? Here’s his first piece of advice:
“You don’t need to know everything right away.” Andrew Frame believes that there is so much information out there on the web that it can be difficult to sort through it all and figure out where to begin. It is important to know that you don’t need to know everything right away, but rather what your first steps should be.
His advice is to set up shop which includes 3 things: Get a domain name; Set up hosting; and finally, sign up for email service. By setting these three very simple things up you are all set to start working on your website.
His second piece of advice is to make a plan. This plan should be used as your very own digital business playbook, which includes: Your company’s mission; Your target audience; and what you offer. See this page for more information.
Learn more about Andrew Frame on https://medium.com/@andrewframe