5 Marketing techniques For Your New Tax Business.

If you have just started your tax business your top concern would be to market it. Here are some techniques to keep in mind while starting your marketing efforts:   1: Start marketing to your neighbors, friends, and acquaintance: Before you start approaching completely unknown people to become your customers it is always better to approach people you already know. You can distribute flyers, ask for references and word of mouth. Reasons why it is a better approach are: -You will get encouragement, support, and confidence. -You can ask for genuine feedback. -You may have a bunch of customers which you can use as a reference of your tax resolution.   2: Promote your strength: Since you have just started the new business you first want to gain the confidence of clients. So it is better to first promote your strong points. It may be offer in compromise, filing tax returns faster, or penalty abatement. Use digital media and run ad campaigns, use word of mouth or simply use banners. You just have to promote and show off your best ability.   3: Invest In building your brand: When you start a company it is very important to build the identity of your new entity. It can be done with your company logo, mascot, website. You can use them anywhere inside your office ( even on stationery items or cups), promote them online, through print media or tv/ radio ads.   4: Nurture your customers. For any business best source of leads are referrals. Your good work will reflect in the number of referrals you get from your customers. If they get good results they will talk about your work which will give you good results at the end. Using a dedicated tax resolution CRM can be a good idea to take a good care of your customers. 5: Build Strategic Partners: A person or a company who is in a business which is directly or indirectly related to tax resolution can be your strategic partner. Having them on board will extend your business reach. You will get genuine references, tax resolution leads and word of mouth just by sharing a part of the business you get from their leads or giving them incentives for their work. If they are already in business for quite some time you will get the advantage of the trust they have built with local customers and the wisdom they have gained about the market. They will keep you updated about the changing trends of tax business and interest of your prospects. Investing in strategic partners will ultimately fuel your business. If you are using a CRM you can add your partner's name in lead source for the tax leads coming from them. This will help you to keep track of the revenue coming from them.