Planning to add small businesses to your customer list?
Those who already do know how fierce competition can be.
Transmitting your web design skills to new customers can be time consuming and energy consuming. This is especially true if these potential customers are somewhat skeptical.
Collecting a winning proposal can take hours,
and, for your proposal to be successful, you need to find a way to outperform your competitors
The good news is it's attracting customers by showing them how you can meet their needs is not so difficult.
- 1 How to target multiple types of businesses at a time, using the theme
- 2 13 Themes of Themes You Can Use for Small Business Owners
- 2.0.1 1. For the food stores Be Salmon
- 2.0.2 2. For car services BeDetailing2
- 2.0.3 3. For Event Planners BeMeeting
- 2.0.4 4. For salons and spas BeManicure
- 2.0.5 5. For clothing stores online BeDenim
- 2.0.6 6. For Musicians and Producers of Music BeHipHop
- 2.0.7 7. For Coffee & Tea Rooms BeCafe2
- 2.0.8 8. For caterers BeVegetables
- 2.0.9 9. For visual artists BeDrawing
- 2.0.10 10. For Classes and Webinars BeTraining
- 2.0.11 11. For nutrition and fitness companies BeDiet
- 2.0.12 12. For medical care BeClinic2
- 2.0.13 13. For interior designers BeCarpenter2
- 3 Here's how you can attract this type of customer
- 4 Conclusion
How to target multiple types of businesses at a time, using the theme
Have you searched for a SaaS money ball to help you offer your services to clients? If so, then you have wasted your time. In fact, many of your competitors are struggling to find a winning strategy.
It's probably time to rethink your strategy.
There is certainly no shortage of potential customers. Many niche companies are making the transition from brick and mortar to the online world. Many also plan to do it. Currently, there are at least 13 business niches that need someone to help them establish an online presence.
So, how can you exploit this vein of business opportunities?
Obviously, you have to take the right approach. It could be the work of most website builders. In this case, expect your potential customers to benefit from your services.
Having so many different niches to choose from may seem like a problem for you. The truth is, you do not have to force yourself to specialize in one or two niches. With Be Theme, you can succeed in taking all 13 niches, and more if you wish. Be Theme offers more than 280 pre-built small business websites!
It is simply a matter of choosing a model that suits your client's business.
With Be Theme you get a best-seller Top 5 Themeforest, as well as the largest of all WordPress themes. Its 280+ pre-built sites accompany an easy to work with installer in one click. Finding the perfect model and putting it to work, does not take time.
13 Themes of Themes You Can Use for Small Business Owners
View one or more of the following models in detail. You will understand how easy it is to create beautiful, high-performance websites. You can do it for various small businesses.
Each of these models is completely customizable. In addition, each contains the functionality corresponding to the type of business that it represents.
All you need to do is provide the appropriate content! Simply choose something that you will usually coordinate with your client.
1. For the food stores Be Salmon
Large food images will engage and attract visitors
Note the positive effect that the interactive menu provides
The effective presentation of customer testimonials is also essential
2. For car services BeDetailing2
The professional and bold look is perfect for this niche
Note the use of images before and after
The price list for the services offered is well presented
3. For Event Planners BeMeeting
Your customer will enjoy the intuitive menu of meetings and events
as well as an eye-catching countdown
This model provides a "clean" design for easy navigation
4. For salons and spas BeManicure
Luxurious imagery is perfect for this niche
The built-in eShop allows your customer's online businesses to run quickly
Gentle design emphasizes products and services
5. For clothing stores online BeDenim
Bold imagery and color combinations apply. whether silk or denim
The built-in eShop makes shopping easy
Intuitive icons make navigation easy
6. For Musicians and Producers of Music BeHipHop
Hip design Your customer does not expect anything less
Watch and listen to the built-in video and audio player
And, there is a blog section for concert and album release announcements
7. For Coffee & Tea Rooms BeCafe2
Large images in the online menu; something that your competitors will probably neglect
A nice photo gallery
The generous About Us page brings out a small business
8. For caterers BeVegetables
The interactive presentation of the product makes it easy to order
as do the clear CTA buttons
The professional price list gives the visitor a lot of options
9. For visual artists BeDrawing
The impressive gallery is exactly what a creative company needs
The overall design is clean and simple
An integrated video presentation adds to the overall user experience
10. For Classes and Webinars BeTraining
The model features a standard intuitive menu for eLearning platforms
Large video thumbnails are attention getters
Easy navigation in the calendar of events benefits the user
11. For nutrition and fitness companies BeDiet
Large, high quality food images always attract attention
Visitors will appreciate the special recipe sections integrated into the main menu
A beautifully designed blog provides an extra touch
12. For medical care BeClinic2
Clean and simple design emphasizes professionalism
Easy navigation thanks to a clean template structure
The perfect organization of the content makes reading easier
13. For interior designers BeCarpenter2
Note the impressive use of architectural motifs
Large, detailed images focus on the product
A professional video presentation enhances the user experience
Here's how you can attract this type of customer
It is not necessary to launch an offer and hope for the best. There are better ways to present your proposal to a business owner or prospective customer.
1. Spending time in their Facebook groups
Let social media, especially Facebook, work to your advantage.
Look for commercial and industrial groups that you would be most comfortable serving. However, do not limit yourself unnecessarily. Cafes, online businesses, creative, professional and event planning companies are waiting for your proposals.
Also do not forget the groups of entrepreneurs
Then, it is to ask permission to post your services. Answer questions from potential customers and make suggestions. In addition, you will need to demonstrate your expertise in designing websites for small businesses.
2. Send them cold e-mails
The challenge here is to get a prospect to read your email and find it attractive enough to want to respond. For this to happen, there are some simple steps to follow:
First, identify the company you would like to do business with.
Having done this, search on LinkedIn to identify a key contact person.
Offer to help! You can do this by providing the services required to establish an online presence. Or, maybe you can offer them to improve a website that they already have. Do not forget to show how you are going to improve it.
Close on a pro-active note. Do not ask them if they would like to discuss your offer. On the contrary, suggest setting up a time to talk more about what you can offer. Tell them that you have ideas that you think are useful.
Do not be rigid and formal, or do not act as if you were trying to make a deal. A much better approach is to look natural. Just tell them that you are trying to help and that you would like the opportunity to do so.
You do not have to go after the hottest companies on the market. You might want to avoid a company in which the competition is extremely fierce. Go where you see your services are really needed.
There are a host of small businesses that want to establish an online presence.
For starters, you can focus on the 13 types of businesses described here. In doing so, you will have 13 niches in which you will already have a length ahead of the competition.
Pitch potential customers via e-mail or Facebook groups
Scan More than 280 pre-compiled sites of Be Theme to find the perfect model for the site, and you're ready to go.