Do you ever think that your business can get stuck in the ranks? The wheels of your success years and years ago are carved on the road? The law of greatness tells us, “What you learn first, you remember most.” Do you think you can get stuck with what you learned in school or when you first started your own business?
With the exception of a few unusual meetings, I run my entire business on the Internet and have been doing so for many years. I rarely stay out of meetings and they are usually with people who are not willing to do business from afar. I can understand this pain and do my best to help those who are digitally challenging. The time I spent in meetings (reading nonsense), traveling to meetings, preparing for meetings, and so on I now spend just learning how to run my business and get better at my work.
Using the Internet for business is a mystery to many people, especially those with traditional niches who believe that the presence of the Internet can lead to stagnant websites, occasional newsletters or doing something on Facebook or LinkedIn. Is limited to. Sorry, but when you think that way, you’re losing out to people who know how to succeed in 2012, even if it’s their industry.
The Internet is more than a game changer. This is better than traveling by rail in the days of covered wagons. This is better than when the telephone changed the way we talk to each other. The Internet improves the level of playground for everyone in the world and wants to create a better world and earn enough money to play in the world they have created.
If your business is located in Dallas, Chicago or Spokane, think about what you need to do to get a BI (before the Internet) to get a client in St. Louis. Suppose you live in Carnegie, Nebraska and Budapest, Hungary. How would Hungary ever know about your product or service without contacting and effectively mentioning the purchase? Today the Internet gives you the opportunity around the world to get everyone interested in your product or service, stop selling and send the goods in minutes. It uses 2,267,233,742 Internet users worldwide for your products or services. Assume cage. Suppose only 100,000 of these people make a 10 purchases. That’s 22 22,672. What was the sale price? Nada, if you know what you are doing on the internet.
I wonder how many people I meet don’t want to spend on training or hire people who know what they’re doing. It reminds me of the hard-core business owners I’ve worked for who only hated paying sales people when the sales person’s income was based on the product sent to customers. Nothing to sell, nothing to make. Selling a lot, doing a lot. Give me a reasonable base commission sales person (no one, should ever be at the base) and I am the champion for them to earn millions annually. To me, this is nothing more than simple intellect.
So, let’s go back to the Internet. How do you reach those people around the world? Ah, the locusts, the answer is everywhere on YouTube. Yeah Al that sounds pretty crap to me, Looks like BT aint for me either, Looks like BT aint for me either, Looks like BT aint for me either, Looks like BT aint for me either, Looks like BT aint for me either, Looks like BT aint for me either, Looks like BT aint for me either, Looks like BT aint for me either, Looks like BT aint for me either, Looks like BT aint for me either, Looks like BT aint for me either. Take a look at this video:
Now, what do you think about update internet and YouTube to add your future clients and update existing users?
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