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4 Ways You Can Increase Revenues Today

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We know the purpose of business is to create revenues that provide for the lives and families of our business owners. Therefore, increasing your revenues, especially during these times, is essential to us. Here are four ways you can streamline business to increase your sales right now:

Unsubscribe to Unnecessary Tools

Third-party platforms such as Adobe, Mailchimp, Hootsuite, and others can be incredibly helpful for streamlining and simplifying necessary tasks. However, the recurring monthly costs of these applications can really add up.

We also understand how easy it is to subscribe to unnecessary tools when running multiple business operations. Largely, most subscribed software is difficult to integrate, and often go unused.

Month after month, unused tools and subscriptions charge our accounts and decrease our monthly revenues. We advise our customers to unsubscribe to any unnecessary subscriptions and software. This simple but effective technique can increase your bottom line month over month.

Optimize your Website and Ecommerce

During everchanging times, eCommerce is king. To increase your monthly sales, your eCommerce operations must be in top condition. Effective eCommerce sites drive sales with sophisticated SEO, integrated content campaigns, and sophisticated website designs.

Combined with a valuable product and/or service, an optimized eCommerce platform should increase your monthly revenues.

The adaptability and flexibility of your business practices are a key ingredient to future success. In a nutshell, those who adapt will succeed. If your monthly revenues were primarily drawn by in-store traffic, adapting to eCommerce is paramount for surviving extraordinary times.

This shift in optimizing your product/service’s website should leverage your business for growth for years to come.

Integrate Efficient Tools (POS)

You are now attuned to the idea of eCommerce and online sales. Now, let’s turn to your point-of-sale system, or POS.

Simply put, POS records transactions between buyer and consumer and provides a receipt. Whenever goods and/or services are paid using credit, cash, or even Apple Pay, a POS system is being utilized.

Now let’s discuss how this may affect you. Whenever a transaction is made, a POS System is being paid. Wouldn’t you want your POS system to be optimized to best fit your needs? Our answer is yes.

If your online sales are controlled by Shopify, Wix, or Squarespace, a lack of integration can place roadblocks between your eCommerce platform and your business. This is where a highly intergraded POS system can increase your revenues.

A turn-key POS solution like Franpos optimizes your website, increases your click-throughs & sales, and provides a robust and efficient POS system available online and off.

Take Control of Your Marketing

Marketing drives your customers to your optimized website—where your POS system is automatically streamlining your operations to increase your revenues.

Sounds pretty great, right?

Often overlooked, marketing communicates the value of your product to your consumers. Marketing directly targets your consumers and appeals to their needs by offering your products and services as solutions. Target Marketing increases your sales which, in turn, increases your monthly revenues.

Take Control of Your Marketing with Managed Growth Marketing Services. Franpos is expanding our services by offering clients integrated marketing campaigns, a state-of-the-art POS system, and so much more.

Book a Free Demo Today to learn how you can effortlessly increase your revenues with a comprehensive solution hand-crafted for growth.

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Francesca Deckert
Francesca (Franki) is a Growth Marketing Consultant at Franpos. Based in Atlanta, she is specialized in creative campaign curation and strategic implementation.
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