As with any business marketplace, the home business industry has to work around value. The more value you provide to the masses, the more chance you have of making the grade. Wherever you look in business, whether it’s small business, medium sized organizations all the way up to the large corporations, the common denominator is VALUE. Value for money, value to a person because they have a solution to a problem and so much more. Any business marketplace revolves around value in one sense or another.
There are countless times where a person has confidence around their peers and can easily do a presentation with the leader present. What does this prove? It basically means that the person has no belief to step up to the plate when they have proved time and time again that they have the skill and the absolute ability to do what’s necessary. I don’t understand the lack of belief when the proof that the person CAN do the task and yet they won’t take the vital step and beat the fear and lack of belief.
Do you run with the hype, whether it’s positive or negative? The decisions you make should really be based on the benefits of a business instead of the opinions of others. Of course, the necessity of researching your potential business is vital, but don’t dismiss things because someone SAYS it’s bad. Perhaps their experience was a bad one, but what were the circumstances? They may be in a vast MINORITY and have this unfortunate experience that needs to be mentioned perhaps, but to dismiss the business because of the minority? There is usually a common denominator with expectations in most cases and the person hasn’t done the WORK they have to do. Still…
That’s a question and a half isn’t it? Are you “into” solo ads or don’t you believe they are the best thing? Whatever your opinion, there is good and bad in everything we do. So which is the best way? Buy solo ads or go for the free ones? Whichever you actually choose, based on your budget, solo ads are a proven way to build your list. What you actually have to do is learn how to set things up properly and make sure you TRACK the results.
You may hear about having to have an effective sales funnel when you go into setting up your business on the internet. Thing is, most people who struggle with the “techie” stuff or are learning about creating great copy will be crying for help. Are you one of the people who are shouting out HELP when you are confronted with the task of making your own sales funnel? Don’t panic, I could well have what you’re looking for.
All of us in business look for multiple streams of income because this is the way to get wealthy. Point is, when you can look for, find and put in place several potential ways to earn money, unless you have the skills to be able to take advantage of this, are you really going to benefit from them? Simple question, you have these several streams of income, but are you earning from ANY of them?
Having just completed a 90 day challenge, I believe that I’m qualified to talk about how taking on a challenge in your business helps you to develop good habits and consistency. When you have an online business and a blog it’s very important to keep regular content rolling onto the site and sharing that content to build your brand and reputation.
When you work in online marketing the importance for you to under promise over deliver is paramount. When you over deliver on value your prospects will love you for it. You will be a lot more attractive to people when you have products or training that is perceived to have more value than you charge for them. Also if your initial value shows great quality even though it may be free, your reputation will grow and grow.
Are you up for the challenge of expanding your business? Whatever type of business you have, online or traditional retail there is a challenge to be met that you need to be able to deal with. If you work from home the possibilities of expanding your business are endless and yet the overheads are still kept small. In a traditional business, the prospects are far more challenging and I hope to distinguish between the both here.