The power of the Internet, and of social media specifically, has gone beyond personal spaces and into businesses, altering the way brands market themselves for good. Nowadays, setting up a social media account on Facebook, Twitter, and elsewhere is the new normal instead of the exception.
Even the reputable names have realised the power of the Internet, social media in particular, setting up free accounts and joining in the bandwagon. Other more innovative ones have opened shop online alone, relying on its cost-efficiency, immediate feedback, and extensive reach to reach out to their target markets quick and easy.
If you are looking into forming your company, especially in such thriving commercial hubs such as Singapore, you need to leverage on your online presence, among other things. Naturally, this ought to not supersede the need to register your business at the proper authorities and comply with all the legal requirements. Fortunately, the government is not amiss on the power of the Internet and has put all the requirements for company formation in singapore on the website of the ACRA. Other essential guides, such as those for Company Incorporation Singapore, are also listed, making the ACRA website one of the most important online tools for business you need to acquaint yourself with.
BizFile is another efficient tool: it is ACRA’s one-stop online business portal where you can submit applications, requirements, and requests for changes even without making a personal appearance. The Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority has also made itself available in the massively popular Apple devices through the iOS-run ACRA app. Through this application, users could access basic ACRA services, bulletins, and make inquiries anywhere, anytime.
After successfully setting up your business with ACRA, it’s time to make your online presence felt. Develop your networks on Facebook, Twitter, and more importantly, create a website. Expose all your products, services, contact details, and business address on your social media accounts. Interact with your followers, share information related to your products or services to build your audience more, and get feedback from your customers. Send out newsletter via email, and never underestimate the power of thanking them. Make sure to set up a positive image on the Internet so as to maximise the growth potential that this new opportunity offers.
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