So you have your website, but you don't have any experience in running an online business or growing a healthy user base for your competition website? Well hopefully in this blow and subsequent video I can help guide you on your way.
Like many things in life the hardest part is almost always getting started. This is usually down to lack of experience in the business but here is what I have seen to be the best ways of getting started without spending a complete fortune on marketing.
Keeping your customers coming back every time you have a new competition can be done ina few different ways, one is to have a schedule you never change from. Youtube a few years ago released a guide on how to retain users and keep them watching, competition websites are no different and having a schedule you stick to means that customers don't have to rely on social media updates to let them know when something is happening.
Maximising your competition profit once you have a healthy customer base and data to look back on should be your next move. Consistency is key so large movements in how much profit is attempted to be generated from each competition cannot be made without possibly putting loyal customers off.
Make your live draw as professional as you can. A phone looking at a 10 year old laptop screen looks bad and reflects badly on your brand. Look into a real streaming setup using OBS and potentially looking on FIVER for stream backgrounds. These are the videos most customers will watch so making them professional and look great will only do good things for your business .
Sooner rather than later i want to do a full livestream setup for professional competition websites.