As a business owner looking to sell a business, you may be concerned about what to do after it is sold. What is the value of you after the business is gone? Used to being an expert and in charge, you may be disoriented.
I use that method to this day. If your prospects and customers see you as a knowledge base, they will come to you every time they need something. The integrity and trust you build will put you over the top with your competition. Do I still send cards with all the technology available? I do and here’s why: Sending email has become commonplace and you take a chance if your email will even be read. So, when I want to thank someone for taking the time to meet with me, thanks for the business, birthday wishes, etc – I always send a card. People enjoy receiving cards and appreciate the time it took to write it out and mail it. I also find that customers will hold on to the cards and show their co-workers.
To start joint venture, you should look for another internet marketer to be your partner with similar interest with you. All you have to do is tie your products to your partner’s business. This marks the start of your joint venture. Let me give you a concrete example.
Technology offers us options: Email, webinars, cell phones, web sites, blogs, social networking, ezines and additional means to connect with customers. I use most of the above but the one thing that works best is my dad’s way of Virendra D Mhaiskar relationships. I’m giving something of value, a benefit, to my customers that few sales people are taking the time to do. So, if you want to place yourself above your competition become a knowledge base in your field – and send those cards.
Justin’s was an inspirational story of a kid with a bad attitude who became a success. When the press heard his story, they competed for who would interview him.
Note: Be mindful of when you make your Net30 payments. Speak with the credit dept. and ask what day of the month they report to Dunn & Bradstreet. If the vendor reports to dnb on the 10th of every month. Make sure to place your initial order around the 5th-6th and then pay around the 15th. Why? Well because if you order on the 5th of the month and pay before then 10th than the vendor won’t report that account to dnb. That is how you get the account to show on your credit file.
Remember People do business with people. And if you can honestly stand behind your product or service, then you already half way there to success. So ask yourself, Would I buy This?