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The Top 200 Startups Around the World

Kempler industries recently analyzed the top 200 startups around the world using live data from Startup Ranking. The goal of the analysis was to have a better understanding of what types of businesses are trending worldwide and which countries produce the most startups.

They then segmented the top 200 startups into 19 different categories based on what they allow end-users to accomplish. These categories include transportation, search, buying selling, finding, and publishing, among others.

How Should New Businesses Build Trust on Social Media?

Brands from all over the world are now turning to social media to build their online presence. Social media has provided a level ground for businesses of all shapes and sizes to advertise and communicate with their target audience directly. Virtually everyone is on social media now, and brands are leveraging this fact through excessive advertising on the platform.

In the middle of it all, the question of trust is getting lost somewhere in the haystack. Think about it: everyone is advertising, everyone is looking to build an online presence; there is brutal competition but where is the trust factor? Business transactions have always happened on the basis of trust. A customer will only stick to a brand if they trust it.

How Should New Businesses Build Trust on Social Media?

Startup Tips From Bold Entrepreneurs: A Series of Interviews

Stories of wit and enduring grit like these provide startup tips from founders that took bold steps in the corporate world only to prove their mettle and carve a niche of their own, offering value-driven services and products for ultimate user experience. This interview series is conducted by Salesmate.io for the benefit of new entrepreneurs.

Startup Tips From Bold Entrepreneurs: A Series of Interviews

3 Tips on How Startups Can Satisfy the ‘New’ Customer

Startups these days do not just face the challenge of putting up with the industry big guns. In order to thrive and hopefully, at some point, make an exit, they also have to quietly build an acceptable consumer base in a world of ever-changing needs and demands.

People who belong to this “new” breed of startup customers are extremely difficult to please – they’re raised on the internet, they want instant gratification, and they want total satisfaction without moving a muscle.

So how can small businesses overcome this hurdle? Below are a few points to ponder.

3 Tips on How Startups Can Satisfy the ‘New’ Customer

How to Market a New Business

When opening a new business, you’ll have a long checklist of must-do tasks. From getting the necessary licenses to hiring and training employees to picking a location, there is a lot of work to be done. But before you open your doors for business, you should put time, effort and financing into marketing. Without a strategic marketing plan, it will be difficult to attract customers. Although it may seem daunting to come up with fresh ideas to market your new business, we promise it is simpler than you might think.

Check out these six ideas, and consider implementing them as you begin the endeavor of opening your own business.

How to Market a New Business

How Blogging Helps Your Startup Achieve Success

With over 1 billion websites in the online world, and more and more people consulting the Internet prior to making their final decision on purchasing a particular product or services, it is evident startups have to do whatever it is in their power to stand out in this competitive market.

If we take into consideration the fact that almost 50% of shoppers view between 3 and 5 pieces of content before engaging with a sales representative, we can conclude that a blog is an essential ingredient for customer engagement, and ultimately, startup success.

How Blogging Helps Your Startup Achieve Success

How to Start, Grow, and Market a Unique Small Business

Any small business that hopes to succeed in a crowded market must be unique and must do well at marketing. This article will provide you with information on how to start up, hone a unique concept, and market your small business to the masses.

Getting started

Every well-built business begins with careful attention to the basics—the equivalent of learning how to crawl before you start walking with a swagger. The groundwork is encapsulated in Square’s checklist for starting a business:

How to Start, Grow, and Market a Unique Small Business

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