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22 May
2009

Business Acumen – Customers VS Clients

Keep in mind that more traffic does not guarantee more profits. Getting traffic to your site is only the first step of every business. Once you have a visitor, you need to have a powerful, direct response, sales letter ready to take orders and build leads. Otherwise, all your efforts

18 May
2009

Business Acumen – Who’s Next?

Here’s a very deep secret not many Internet experts are willing to share or actually point out without a fee. Part of the reasons to their success is that they were among the first to start it all. If you’ll remember hearing the term “first come, first serve”, it’s the

12 May
2009

Business Acumen – The Head Honcho

Today’s Business Acumen points out who the head honcho is and his significance. Everyone knows that if you want to make big money you gotta be at the top of the chain. Whether it be an owner of a business, a manager, or a sponsor. Only people at the very

08 May
2009

Business Acumen – It’s All About The Bonus

It’s easy to find bonus items that will boost the perceived value of your product, but while it’s easy, you MUST NOT fall into the trap of just grabbing a bunch of products you can get cheap with rights and throw them in. If you have ten bonus items that

05 May
2009

Business Acumen – LEADS, LEADS, LEADS

First of all, what are leads? Leads are collected information of individuals who are interested in what you have to say and what you have to sell. And there’s only 2 ways to get leads. You either buy them or you gather them yourself. There are companies out there that

27 Apr
2009

Business Acumen – Customer Service/Loyalty

How many times have you left a store because the customer service was crummy? How many times were you furious when the cashier ignored you or brought you the wrong order… again… and again? How many times were you denied a refund from a business or store? These are the

20 Apr
2009

Business Acumen – Product/Service

For your product or service to be worthy of a customer’s exchange of money, it all depends on the perception of its value. Does your product or service provide a solution to their problems?