Top 4 easy ways to succeed in business

Today the marketing world is full of competition. If one has to succeed in business, they should be flexible to face any kind of situation and should have good planning and organizational skills. Success in business creates a positive impact in the world. When it comes to business, knowing the secret of success matters much.

On analyzing the basic strategies that a business should follow, here comes some valuable tips.

#1.Be innovative
“It’s about innovation and how to create a demand in the marketplace for what’s needed,” -Michael Colleti .It is clear that business is all about innovations and smartness in marketing. An revolutionary idea can create a great twist in business. Hence a business person should look forward towards the new means and methods to improve the business organization. For e.g. business owner can bring about new things in products or service according to the trends.

#2.Ready to take and face risks
It is renowned that doing and developing a business is not easy and includes lots of risk factors like economical risk, commercial risk, safety risks, etc. Some risks may be known and some may not be. Hence it is necessary to evaluate the business risks. This will enable a business to meet legal commitments for giving a safe working environment and can decrease the probability of an occurrence of negative effects on your business. A well prepared business can moderate serious impact of the risk

#3.Amplify marketing craft
To see the improvement in a business it is essential to see marketing as the member of the development group like quality confirmation, item the executives and others. Marketing is something more than advertising. Consider the goals before choosing the right marketing strategy. In the digital marketing world marketing became much easier. Social Medias, Lots of B2B webportals, etc paves the way for efficient marketing for your business.

#4.Customer service
Customer service can show its impact on the bottom line of the organisation and it enables word of mouth marketing. Customer service is more important than the price and quality. If a customer is given an opportunity to share their issues and if they come to know their issues are solved they may feel comfortable and it seems like creating a personal touch with customers

Conclusively, Growing into a successful entrepreneur is not an easy task. But sure it can be achieved on smart work.

Google’s 10 Tips for SMEs to Leverage Digital Marketing

In Singapore, 88 percent of consumers used a store locator on Google to find a business, and look to the Internet to find a place to dine at or to purchase a particular product. With the growth of search and social, it has become increasingly important for SMEs in the Asia Pacific, to leverage the digital platform well to increase their scale and reach.

Google has shared some tips with Digital Market Asia on how SMEs can reach new customers in Singapore and export their products and services globally.
1. Get online
The most important step in going online is to make your business discoverable by your customers. Google My Business, a tool by Google, provides SMEs with a free listing and simple website that will help them show up on Google searches and drive traffic to their stores.
2. Make your mobile experience great
According to recent research, 50 percent of people expect a site to load in less than two seconds. In Singapore, the average site takes 9.32s to load on mobile, which puts Singapore behind the rest of Asia Pacific at 8.48s. Not having a mobile-optimized site is like shutting the shop front door to customers, just because of the device they’re using. Google’s Test My Site is a free, online tool that provides businesses with a detailed report and specific steps on how to make websites faster.
3. Keep an eye on the trends
When it comes to content – be it for marketing or for information, it is important for SMEs to know what’s popular. Google Trends allows SMEs to see what people are searching for in Singapore and worldwide, which can help you understand the popularity of different topics and products.
4. Broadcast your business
Three out of five users in Singapore find YouTube useful to search for products and 41 percent are influenced by YouTube on which brand to buy. With the growing popularity of videos, it has become a useful medium for SMEs to engage and find new customers.
5. Invest in paid ads for new customers
After a business has established an online presence, many will want to promote it. Paid ads on platforms such as AdWords can help businesses reach potential customers worldwide when people search, watch videos, and browse online content relevant to their business.
6. Promote goods to customers using e-commerce sites
Google’s Shopping Ads are image-based ads that help shoppers find the products they’re searching for and quickly connect with the merchants who sell those products. Small businesses that don’t have an e-commerce platform on their website can partner with online retailers to list their products for them.
7. Identify new markets for expansion
Google’s Global Market Finder tool analyses data from Google Search, Translate and AdWords to help SMEs compare the cost of acquiring a new customer and helps them to determine if exporting to a new market is a good idea for their business.
8. Measure your online marketing
It is also important for SMEs to measure their marketing activities to know what works and what does not with tools such as Google’s Analytics.
9. Training for digital leaders
Google has launched Squared Online for SMEs as a training programme developed by Google and AVADO covering topics across social media strategy, digital advertising and data analytics.
With support from SPRING Singapore and the Infocomm Media Development Authority, SME-sponsored trainees may claim up to 90 percent of the course fees on successful completion of the course.
10. Join export masterclasses
Small businesses looking to expand their footprint overseas can sign up for free export masterclasses led by Google and its partner agencies.

Bizbilla Launched First of its Kind Feature in B2B World

Bizbilla is a Leading Global B2B portal that always comes up with innovations. They always make sure that their innovations reach every category of the business people in a cost-effective way.

#FirstTimeinB2BHistory, Bizbilla has launched 360-degree product view using stunning 3D Animation technology. The 360-degree product view gives us a crystal clear product view from every angle within the help 3D Spin technology.

360-degree 3D product view is a way of promotion for your product and business which attracts the customers and converts visitors into a sale.

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Why should SMEs Go for Digital Marketing?

In the today’s fast-growing economy, digital presence is a critical requirement for any business. However, many businessmen think that they don’t need to know about Digital marketing and choose to ignore its existence as they feel their enterprise does not require a Digital platform. if your business belongs to Small and Medium Enterprises (SME’s), and if you wish to survive in this competitive world and you want people to know about your business, then Digital Marketing is the way to go.
You want people to know about your product and offerings and how they can benefit from it. So, if you follow the traditional marketing methods – newspapers, TV, all of which is still in the market today, but doesn’t have as much as an influence on people as digital marketing – which is also a cheaper way of spreading your name in the world.
What is Digital Marketing?
Digital Marketing is promoting and showcasing your brand through a medium that requires the use of electronic gadgets – PCs, cell phones and other amusement consoles to connect via different platforms like Google, AdWords and Facebook.
Digital Marketing is growing very fast, FICCI-KPMG’s Report on Media and entertainment 2017 has projected the growth of Digital Marketing over the conventional medium @ 31% CAGR for the next five years.
As per the last annual report of IAMAI and IMRB on the Digital Marketing Spent in India, the amount spent on Digital advertising was INR 70 billion.
Mobile Internet Users:
The report specifies that 276 million individuals in India, or 21% of the populace, got to the web on their telephones in any event once every month. Of this, urban India represents 197 million clients with the rest originating from country zones. In urban territories, 94% of web clients got on to it by means of a cell phone, 64% got to it from a portable workstation/desktop gadget while just 20% got to it through tablets. 69% of urban clients logged on the web once a day.
Among the provincial web clients, 60% principally logged on to the web utilizing their cell phones, 23% through a gadget introduced in their home, while just 6% of the general population got to it through Community Service Centers (CSCs) encouraged by the legislature. Curiously, the utilization of the CSCs has fallen strongly from a year ago when it was the primary purpose of getting to the web for 26% of rustic clients.
Social Media in India:
For some internet users in India, access to the Internet is essential to access web-based social networking systems. As per a report by the Internet and Mobile Association of India (IAMAI), 66% of the 180 million Internet clients in urban India routinely access web-based social networking platforms. The most common practice that internet users in India follow is to maintain a virtual profile of their own on various platforms like Facebook and Twitter, which they then use to post content, consume content posted by others and also react to it. While understudies (33%) frame the biggest statistic of dynamic web-based social networking site users in India, working ladies and non-working ladies comprise only 7% and 11% of the given data, respectively
What SME’s can do through Digital Marketing:
  1. They can increase Sales
  2. Increase Brand Awareness
  3. Reach new client fragments
  4. Drive client engagement
  5. Gain client experiences
  6. Cost reserve funds/Productivity Improvement
They can utilize different types of Digital Marketing Strategy tools, which will help them increase their presence in the digital world:
  1. Make your own website and Social Media Page
  2. Run Email Campaigns for Marketing/Promotions
  3. Search Engine Optimization (SEO)
  4. Blogging
  5. Share Videos and Photos of their product and services
  6. Search Engine Marketing – Paid flag Ads
  7. SMS or Messaging apparatuses like WhatsApp
Do you still think of SMEs can do without Digital Marketing?

Bizbilla is Gearing Up to Launch B2B Mobile Apps for Android & iOS Users

Bizbilla – The leading global b2b trade portal; is launching its Android & iOS application to get business simple.

B2B has gained a lot more attention from 2017; numerous companies have placed their focus on b2b portal development. Though there appear several competitors in the field, has been emerging as one of the fastest growing portals among the other b2b trade portals.
Bizbilla has already making benchmarks in the field of the b2b portal by launching fresh, attractive and unique features such as 360 degree 3D animation product view, which is a new feature in the b2b industry.
Now, Bizbilla has engaged in the process making b2b business simple for its members. They have decided to launch the Bizbilla b2b mobile application for both Android and iOS users. The mobile app is user-friendly and uncomplicated to access. Members can carry out their business tractions, converse with their customers and close a business deal in a wink. b2b native android and the iOS mobile apps will bang the mobile app store very soon.
Send your email id to We will surely intimate you after apps launched on play store and iTunes.
Stay tuned for more updates.

SBI to cut minimum balance requirement

Under pressure from the government, the country's largest lender State Bank of India (SBI) is understood to be reviewing its minimum balance requirement which is currently Rs 3,000 in urban centers.

The bank is also changing the requirement from monthly average balance to quarterly average balance. The move follows reports that the bank made Rs 1,772 crore in fees by imposing penalties for non-maintenance of minimum balance between April and November 2017.

According to sources, the bank is looking at bringing down the minimum balance requirement to around Rs 1,000 but is yet to take a call. SBI had originally increased the minimum balance requirement to Rs 5,000 in June. However, following public backlash the bank brought down the minimum balance requirement to Rs 3,000+ in metros, Rs 2,000 in semi-urban and Rs 1,000 in rural centres.

At that time the bank also did away with the minimum balance requirement for minors and pensioners and reduced penal charges. The penalties which ranged from Rs 25 to Rs 100 were lowered to Rs 20-50 range (excluding GST).

When contacted, bank officials said that no decision has been taken on revising the minimum balance requirements. However, sources said that the bank was calculating the impact of a revision in charges. The shift to an average quarterly balance requirement will help those with irregular cash flows to make up their balance shortfall in one month through a higher balance in the subsequent month.While SBI's Rs 3,000 minimum balance requirement is higher than what is charged by several public sector banks, it is the lowest among large private banks. For example, the big four private banks—ICICI, HDFC Bank, Kotak and Axis—have a Rs 10,000 minimum balance requirement for regular metro accounts.

BI has 27 crore savings accounts that are subject to maintaining a minimum balance. SBI has 27 crore savings accounts that are subject to maintaining the minimum balance. Earlier an RTI query had revealed that SBI recovered Rs 235 crore as penalty from 3.89 crore normal savings bank accounts for not maintaining the minimum monthly average balance in April.

SBI had earlier said that the bank was forced to review its charges because of an increase in expenses. One of the biggest expense was the costs involved in linking bank accounts with Aadhaar. The increase in the number of Jan Dhan Accounts had increased the operational cost of the bank.

Source: Bizbilla News

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"News Apps" is a self used program or piece of software that design to fulfill a particular purpose especially for all types of news, and the can easily downloaded by user to a mobile device.  By Using these News Apps it really helpful for each an everyone to get daily updates news, read anytime anyplace and even chance to read old news if they miss it.