Wow, another year is coming to an end! We would like to thank all our fans and followers for your support and making this year a success. We have great things planned for 2013 and we’re looking forward to sharing them with you in the months to come.
Looking back over 2012, we just wanted to share “Three Lessons Learned” during our first full year in business.
1. Build A Community-Within our first full year in business, we learned the importance of community and have built a rapport with our fans, followers, and discussion participants. The majority of our RealTalk discussion topics and features we added to our social network pages were suggested by our fans/followers. All their suggestions enabled more interaction and intriguing dialogue within The Vine Events’ family.
2. Embrace Technology-Our team is truly thankful for the tools technology offers. HootSuite became our best friend during our first full year in business. We also connected with some wonderful people around the globe we probably would have never meet if it wasn’t for the wide reach technology offers. Our connections with other small businesses through social networks was also very beneficial. They offered great advice and encouragement that facilitated our entrepreneur journey.
3. Building A Business Is A Process-The reality that building a business is a process set in early. Our team’s marketing and advertising skills was put to the test during our full first year. Our mindset going in was that we will learn from our mistakes and keep it moving. We didn’t allow pass failures to keep us from trying new and different tactics/techniques. We received much encouragement from other small business owners that was instrumental in keeping us pressing forward and for that we say thanks.
We hope you found our “Three Lessons Learned” to be helpful and encouraging. We want to hear from you. What lessons have you learned during 2012? Please leave a reply in the comment box. Thanks.
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