Go back to school. If you don’t have a bachelor degree yet in business management, marketing, accounting, or finance, I recommend that you consider going back to school. Check on your local university if they offer any of these courses or study online if you want to learn at your own pace. Depending on the time that you are willing to put in, you can finish a course in as little as 6 months to 1 year.
How long will it take you to research and write material for your newsletter? This may be a deciding factor in the size of the publication. Perhaps you’d prefer to get a four page newsletter out every other week rather than an eight page newsletter out every month.
So I thought let me write an article in the hope that one of my potential clients will read it before our sit down or for someone who may be sitting on the fence wondering is a business consultant worth the money or not.
For example you can use article marketing for free and promote products in the resource box of your articles. Promoting your products or services on a free blog with Google is another way.
What’s new in the industry? Your associates and colleagues are the prime source of undercurrents in the field you write about.. Renew and make new contacts, they’ll be invaluable for getting information.
Think about what is important to the format. Some newsletters use italics or underlined words to emphasize the importance. And some of these over-use these methods. Always let good taste dictate the layout and style of your publication.
Finally, many people who start their own businesses feel that they have to do it all on their own but this could be the biggest mistake of all. Do not be afraid to seek professional advice from an accountant or business consultant. They can help you avoid many of the common pitfalls facing new business owners. They can oversee the finances and start up costs as you get your business off the ground and help you control grow it year after year.