Taking a Look at The Ministry of Freedom by Jono Armstrong

We have all sat and stared out the window with a steaming hot cup of caffeine in front of us readying ourselves to tackle the day, but the problem is, the day involves working for someone else using your skills and talent to earn them money. Yes, you get paid a salary at the end of the month, but if that could be so much more wouldn’t you rather have that?

Creating a popup or start-up company looks far easier than you think it is. The ‘behind the scenes’ process and the finer details to consider are exponential and you need to ensure you are aware that from the get-go, it is going to be a project that is going to test not only your ideas becoming a reality but your patience, and most importantly your finances.

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There are plenty of ‘gimmicks’ and get-rich-quick schemes on the market all claiming to be the solution to your questions and queries, so how do you know who is the best, who has some truth to what they’re advertising, and which is best suited to your ideas and lifestyle? Well, a few basics as a foundation to get you started can help steer you in the right direction.

Understanding marketing.

The word seems simple enough but if we have to take a look at the more technical and descriptive definition, marketing is a way that businesses communicate and offer services and products in such a way that entices and essentially hypnotizes people into thinking they ‘need’ this product.

A great skill goes into the approach that institutions use as tactics to draw you in, and fair play to them, because we all know we have succumbed to the sparkle and expectations offered from purchasing said service or item.

Now the tricky part comes with taking the initial step, turning your doodles and idea scribbles from paper to funds, online is the way of the future and the quicker you get on track the better for you. The last thing you want is to be left behind when it all takes off and you’re left wondering how you managed to miss the signs?

Getting a helping hand.

As we progress in the business world or any industry for that matter we make connections and save names and numbers into our phones and Rolodexes(yes, those are a thing, and yes I still love a bit of old school) for possible use later in life. You know how the old saying goes, ‘it’s not what you know, its ‘who’ you know.’ 

When I was younger I was adamant to do things for myself, on my own, but as I got older I realized that there is much benefit in me scratching your back and vice versa, things get done quicker and the deals seem that much sweeter.

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The world can be a better place if we all just do our part, let us pave the way for the next generation, and give them the lives we envision.

You may think the adverts you see are all a ploy, but these are someone’s bread and butter, once you’re in ‘the game’ you soon begin to appreciate them, the time it takes to generate the turnovers, and then you start wondering how you can do the same. 

5 advantages of marketing. 

  • Promotion. The effective way to get your name out there and onto people’s minds and lips is through specials and promos, a good deal is always remembered and if done well leads to referrals and recommendations which are much appreciated in any industry.
  • Brand awareness. As your logo and slogan become more seen, your brand is easily recognized, and before you know it you are a household name and living the good life. 

Some people will always be critical and believe in good old blood, sweat, and tears when it comes to working and earning your keep, but as times change is it not better to work smarter rather than harder? See opinions on marketing and their effectiveness in this blog and conclude from there for a better perspective on the subject.

  • Profitable. Everyone in business understands that ‘to get’ you have ‘to give,’ thus a small investment in marketing and advertising is a small price to pay for the returns you can get in the long run.
  • Online. Having an online platform allows you to reach a wider demographic, global recognition should be on everyone’s to-do list in business, and with social media in the top tier for product and brand association, it makes sense to have this feature available.
  • Expansion. As much as online is the way we see things, there will always be the generation(me included) who enjoy a browse and stroll in a shop, with more online sales, foot traffic to stores is also increased.

Either way, you go about getting your business off the ground, work hard, and reach your potential to a huge success.