6 Ways to Show Your Business Some Love This Valentine’s Day

Linda Migliazzo |

Since the 14th century in Rome, Valentine’s Day has been that one day of the year that represents love and romance. For a business owner, it is the perfect day for showing your business some love. Here are six ways to do just that this Valentine’s Day.


  1. Review and modify your business plan if necessary

Keeping your business plan up-to-date can help ensure your business is evolving and staying relevant to the changing world and marketplace. Customer interests may alter with varying fads and economic conditions, and being aware of how they behave could be beneficial. A few suggestions for a business plan makeover include:

  • Create new goals.
  • Get feedback from customers, employees, and vendors.
  • Take notice if the changing market impacts your business.


  1. Energize your brand

Your brand is your company’s identity. It is what helps people distinguish you from other companies in the industry. It is one of your business’s most important assets. Energizing this brand and strengthening it can increase your market share. It can generate new customers and drive sales. Your brand also plays a role in your marketing strategy. Here are a few ways to improve your brand:

  • Review the promise you made to your customers when you first started.
  • Tell some customer or employee stories.
  • Conduct research on how consumers perceive your brand.
  • Ensure your brand still aligns with your vision and values.


  1. Enhance your marketing strategy

As your brand is your identity and the mission behind your business, marketing seeks to search out relevant customers. Get creative again like you were when you first started. Have brainstorming sessions with your employees. Research how other companies are marketing their products to differentiate yourself and try to build a competitive advantage. Some other ideas to consider include:

  • Embracing Search Engine Optimization (SEO) practices.
  • Enhancing your website with meaningful content and graphics.
  • Using the power of email marketing.
  • Creating shareable content for social media.
  • Organizing fun events for customers.


  1. Nurture your customer base and your staff

Without your customers and staff, you wouldn’t have a business. Take a moment to do something that shows them how much you care, for example:

  • Sending out a heartfelt letter or email of gratitude.
  • Offering your customers a special discount on a popular product or service.
  • Giving your employees a gift card or company schwag as a token of how thankful you are for them.
  • Encouraging customers and staff to express their thoughts and opinions.


Not only will your customers and employees appreciate the kind words or gestures, but it will also make you feel good.


  1. Consult your financial professional

When it comes to your business, the details are essential. The decisions you make could impact your business in various ways, and getting the necessary help could help mitigate unforeseen risks and challenges. Consider consulting a financial professional to help you review your business's financial situation and work toward your financial and business goals.


Important Disclosures:

The opinions voiced in this material are for general information only and are not intended to provide specific advice or recommendations for any individual.


All information is believed to be from reliable sources; however, LPL Financial makes no representation as to its completeness or accuracy.


This article was prepared by LPL Marketing Solutions



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