Handy Tips for Putting Your Business on Autopilot
Team meetings, packaging orders, rewriting product descriptions, updating your blog for SEO, getting that post onto social media, writing an email campaign...and the list goes on.
If you’re a business owner, it likely does and that’s why today we wanted to share a few quick tips for putting your business on autopilot.
1. Use Social Media Schedulers
Using social media schedulers and getting things ready for take-off online in bulk has saved our marketing manager’s time + sanity.
2. Drop Ship It Up
Dropshipping allows you to focus on the million other things you feel you have to do for your business rather than packaging orders, finding the perfect on-brand packing tape, you get the gist.
To learn more about drop shipping, you can read-up here.
3. Set Up Clear Team Communication Channels
We’ve realized that one seemingly small thing that can take up a lot of time is communicating across a team. After all, all of those quick emails or texts add up!
Have questions about how you can automate your business? Pop-em’ in the comments and we’ll help you answer them!