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7 Ways to Use Google Bard to Start Your Small Business in 2024

7 Ways Google Bard Can Help You Start and Grow Your Business in 2024

November 30, 20233 min read

"Leadership is the ability to guide others without force into a direction or decision that leaves them still feeling empowered and accomplished." -- Lisa Cash Hanson, Snuggwugg CEO


Are you sitting on an amazing business idea that you're ready to bring to life? But you're not sure where to start?

Don't worry, you're not alone. Starting a business can be daunting, especially when you're juggling all the different aspects of getting your venture off the ground.

That's where Google Bard can come in.

Google Bard is a large language model (LLM) from Google AI, trained on a massive dataset of text and code. It can help you with a wide range of tasks, from generating business ideas to creating marketing materials.

With that said, here are 7 ways you can use Google Bard to start your small business.

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1. Assess Your Local Market

The first step to starting any business is to assess your local market. This will help you determine if your business idea is viable and if there is a demand for your products or services.

Google Bard can help you with this by providing you with market research data, including demographics, competitor analysis, and industry trends.

2. Build an Audience Persona

Once you know your target market, you need to develop an audience persona. This is a fictional representation of your ideal customer.

Google Bard can help you with this by generating detailed profiles of your target audience, including their demographics, interests, and pain points.

3. Write a Mission and Vision Statement

Your mission and vision statements are the foundation of your business. They articulate your purpose and what you hope to achieve in the future.

Google Bard can help you with this by providing you with drafts and examples to help you get started.


4. Generate Website Copy

Your website is your online storefront, so it's important to make a good first impression. Google Bard can help you with this by generating high-converting website copy that is optimized for search engines.

It will take into consideration what it has already done for you in the previous steps as long as you remain in the same chat.

5. Create Product Packages

Google Bard can come up with service packages and products that you could offer to clients in your niche. You may have an idea of what that is already but Bard can give you some new and different ideas from the ones you may have already determined.

Don't be afraid to ask clarifying questions or ask for better suggestions.

6. Create Social Media Post Schedule

Social media is a powerful tool for marketing your business. Google Bard can help you with this by generating engaging social media posts and ideas that will capture the attention of your target audience.

You can direct it to create a schedule for you around whatever frequency you choose. It can produce posts for all stages of the sales funnel.

7. Differentiate Your Business

In any competitive market, it's important to differentiate your business from the crowd. Google Bard can help you with this by brainstorming unique selling propositions and identifying ways to stand out from your competitors.

Bonus Tips:

Google Bard is a constantly evolving tool, so there are always new ways to use it to your advantage. Be sure to check out the Google Bard blog and YouTube channel for additional tips and tricks. Remember you are having a chat so you can always ask additional questions or check one of the other drafts presented to you.

You can also scroll to the bottom of the response in order to hit the G for Google search in order to "fact check" the information that is presented.


Google Bard is a valuable tool for entrepreneurs of all levels. Whether you're just starting out or you're looking for ways to take your business to the next level, Google Bard can help you achieve your goals.

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J. E. Hurn

Janet Hurn has spent over 30 years in higher education and Distance Learning Administration. She loves to learn, innovate and impact. She has certifications in marketing, project management, Google and has experience in Instructional Design and is a Senior Instructor Emeritus of Physics. She currently serves as the Ohio Google Digital Coach.

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