8 Infographics to Boost Entrepreneurial Super Powers

Have a great Day,  John

People don’t often think of small biz owners as superheroes. But when you think about how determineddynamic and resilient entrepreneurs are, plus the tremendous economic impact small businesses have in the US – it’s just a matter of time until a new mega magnate joins the Justice League.

For those of us in the small biz trenches, we know it takes more than a cute leotard, a flowing cape and a conveniently located telephone booth to start, lead, and grow a successful business. But have no fear! We’ve rounded up some of the best tools (in the form of easy-to-digest infographics) to make you faster than a speeding bullet, more powerful than a locomotive, and able to leap tall buildings in a single bound.

#1 – Best Infographic to Choose the Right Social Media Platform(s)

Zintro: Social media infographic

It’s hard to believe incorporating social media into one’s business plan used to be an afterthought or at the minimum, optional. Today, many businesses owe their success to the power of social media. Zintro.com’s diagram helps small businesses identify which social media platforms are best suited to reach specific and relevant target audiences.

#5 – Best Infographic to Get Organized for Success

Office Suites PLUS: Small business success tips infographic

We’ve heard plenty of head-smacking stories from small business owners about the challenges they face when it comes to staying organized and streamlining projects and communication. Fortunately, we’re more than happy to discover this guide from Office Suites PLUS chock full of free resources that will benefit any small business.

#6 – Best Infographic to Pep Up Productivity

Pep your productivity infographic

How many hats do you wear on a daily basis? If you answered one, you’re not an entrepreneur and you’re not working for a small business. So how can you boost your team’s productivity and morale at the same time? Discover some of the unexpected ways to do so in this infographic by TheDegree360.com.

#7 – Best Infographic to Boost Sales

Infographic: How to Increase Sales

Vilfredo Pareto was an Italian economist who, in 1906, observed that 20% of the Italian people owned 80% of their country’s accumulated wealth. Huh? What does that have to do with small business? Today’s businesses refer to Pareto’s Principle as the 80-20 rule and when applied to sales it sounds like this, “80% of a company’s sales come from 20% of its customers/clients.” How can a business try to extract more sales out of its most loyal or at least its existing customers?  Truaxis identified some robust analytics and new technologies to help small businesses increase sales among current customers.

Did we cover everything? As small businesses continue to thrive in this ever-evolving economy, more changes and trends will come and go. Infographics area amazing at catching trends in a format that you can quickly apply to make smart business decisions, today. Who knows – with the right infograhpics, any of us could be the next entrepreneurial superhero!

Read more at 8 Infographics to Boost Entrepreneurial Super Powers | Grasshopper.com.

About Kelly Business Advisors, LLC

Early in his career John started-up and sold 7 years later a Moving and Storage Company in Milwaukee. He acquired and was President of Kelly Pickle Company f/k/a Bond Pickle Company, in Oconto, WI for 12 years. Built a monthly round-table networking group of manufactures in Oconto. Developed marketing plans, sales plans, products and implemented lean manufacturing practices with many North American companies. Worked with non-profits as both a front line leader and behind the scenes. He is active in his church, a member of the Green Bay Chamber of Commerce,Business Networkers International (BNI) and now is joining the Green Bay Downtown Rotary.

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