As busy as the holiday season is, it can be very difficult to focus on your business and make the necessary tweaks and changes that are needed to ensure your success when the New Year rolls around. Markets and people are always changing so you have to adapt your business to those changes if you want to continue to run a successful business. Here are a few ways you can prepare your business for the New Year:

Update your social profiles

Now is the time to update your social media profiles, photos and make sure your links are working on your website and platforms. Think about strengthening your bio, adding in accomplishments and optimizing the assets given to you so people walk away with a clear idea of your brand and can easily find your contact information.

Put reading days on the calendar

Reading days allow you to learn, get inspired, and help you understand what’s going on in popular culture. Setting aside the time to do this is difficult because you have so many other things to get done. However, if you plan ahead and put these days on your calendar, you will have accounted for them in your schedule.

Commit to a schedule

Planning ahead and committing to a schedule will help you focus. Selecting days where you will work on social media, press outreach and marketing will make these tasks easier. Providing consistency in your business is a good thing and fulfilling reasonable productivity habits at the start of the year will hopefully lead you to success.

Get key events and season on your calendar

Making sure your brand stays relevant to your target customer is an important part of brand building. This is why you should take the time to map out key events and seasons where your brand can shine.

In the end, planning and staying organized will help your brand grow and make you more confident. Plus, getting prepared in the New Year will allow you to focus on designing and doing the things that you enjoy.



Ronne B



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