Wednesday, October 11, 2006

News and Notes...

"Do something. Either lead, follow or get out of the way." - Ted Turner

As I was sorting through my email today I noticed a subject line of "In Good Faith". This simple turn of phrase has much to do with business. Or rather, it has much to do with how you conduct your business. Are you conducting your business "in Good Faith"? Are you interacting with others "in Good Faith"?

It doesn't matter whether your primary focus in business is in an offline brick and mortar business, Or whether your primary focus is to make money online, operating "In Good Faith" plays a part.

Perhaps you are using Ebay to make money, or looking at a business internet start up, operating "in Good Faith" is essential.

I'm not talking about blind faith here people! I'm talking about being true to your word. Following through with what you say. Operating your business in an honorable manner. Here's the twist, operating "in Good Faith" involves requiring those that do business with you, or interact with you to do likewise.

It doesn't matter whether you are dealing with a local mom and pop shop, or a multi-billion dollar company. Operating in good faith an essential component in being successful. This applies to dealing with customers/clients as well as your business partners.

Requiring others to operate in good faith is not always comfortable. If you are going to deal with people, sooner or later you are going to meet someone that renigs on their agreements. It's up to you to stand firm, in a professional manner. Use good judgement, make sure your business agreements (contracts) are clearly stated. Make sure your purchase/sales agreements are clearly stated from the start. Here's the key! Use good judgement, and stand by your policies. It's up to you to decide when exceptions are allowed, if they are at all.

Be clear, concise, and operate your business "In Good Faith". In the long run this will build goodwill (a valued asset), respect, and credibility for you and your business.

I have both; a brick and mortar business, (in my case it's a kennel: Robbins Run Ranch Pomeranians ) and I work in online marketing, both networking and affiliate.

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The Predator Marketing System has a viable stand alone product. In addition it showcases your business or businesses, pulling your web presence out of the shadows into the full sunshine. Resulting in increased sales across the board.

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I just had to pass it along...

Life is a journey... Enjoy The Trip... Mary E. Robbins & the Hairballs
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Tuesday, October 10, 2006

Explode your downline... looks good to me

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Sunday, October 08, 2006

Mouthy Fellow Has Something Good to Offer

As you know I am always on the look out for viable affiliate programs. In my quest I came across a rather rude website. Made me smile so I checked it out to find that it has much to offer. The Rich Jerk has been added to our portfolio here at The Business End Review.


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