Agam Berry is a prominent entrepreneur and India Native with a keen interest in digital marketing and cryptocurrency. He ventured into business after completing his bachelor’s degree at Punjab University in 2010. Agam Berry is widely recognized as a talented thought leader and heads offices in and around India.
Berry is convinced that Indian entrepreneurs, like himself, should take advantage of a wide array of online and offline resources to achieve success. These resources include:
LinkedIn is a great tool for acquiring and communicating new contacts. It counteracts problems associated with erroneous e-mail addresses. Only the name of the target contact is required. It has never been easier to interact with customers, partners, or suppliers on a global level. The interaction happens through the regular distribution of news. Your messages are not limited to your traditional contacts but open to a broader audience.
This social network is a great tool if you want to boost your company’s online presence. LinkedIn provides a wide variety of professional opportunities. The platform works well as a monitoring tool, where you can learn about your customers, prospects, partners, market, and competitors. This allows you to anticipate changes taking place in your sector. In turn, it becomes easier to observe, understand and react accordingly.
It can act as a fundamental component of your e-marketing strategy and a powerful communication channel. LinkedIn and other social media platforms allow you to adopt language that is less formal and more accessible, helping your content to be widely relayed thanks to the viral aspect of social networks.
Twitter provides several key benefits, including helping to increase traffic to your website, enhance customer loyalty, influencer identification, promotion of your products, and highlighting your expertise. These are many benefits that make Twitter an interesting social network for aspiring entrepreneurs.
Twitter allows you to quickly and easily share links to interesting content. You can tweet by adding a link to your articles, products and more. The platform places everyone at the same level; people and businesses are housed in the same boat. This means that companies can be approached in the same way as consumers. This facilitates sound business-to-business (B2B) and business-to-consumer (B2C) communication. Twitter also allows you to keep in touch with your customers by sharing events in real time.
Smartphones have created a real small revolution in the digital world. Not a day goes by without discovering a new way to maximize the potential of mobile devices. For entrepreneurs, leveraging business apps is a practical way to boost productivity. Some of the best apps for business include Kingsoft Office, Dropbox, Evernote, Google Docs and Cisco WebEx Meetings.
With Kingsoft Office, you can open, edit and save your Word, Excel and PowerPoint files. This application integrates with your emails and provides access to file-sharing services like Google Drive. Dropbox, on the other hand, allows you to drop important files into a directory on your computer. You can take advantage of direct access via a laptop, tablet, and phone. The file is stored in your device and you do not need an internet connection to work on it. Dropbox is often used as a real-time backup system.
“Delivering Happiness” by Tony Hsieh
In this book, American entrepreneur and Zappos CEO, Tony Hsieh tells the story of his company since its inception. The publication brings you many tips based on experience acquired by what can be called a success story. “Delivering Happiness” was released in 2011 and is #1 New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestseller.
“The 4-Hour Workweek” by Timothy Ferriss
This book offers many tips to make the most of your working hours. The author leaves room for dreams by simply taking the time to live. “The 4-Hour Workweek” is a great book for aspiring Indian entrepreneurs who love to travel and make the most of their time in and out of the office.