"How Internet Marketing Made Me 'Drop-Dead' Gorgeous!"

Written by Jo McNamara

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Living in Florida, I've always had a tan and I like having some color. But because I was spending 12 hours a day onrepparttar computer, I didn't have time to spend inrepparttar 102117 pool. So I started using self-tanning lotion. My husband grumbled that he didn't like having to smell it at night. I told him he could sleep inrepparttar 102118 spare bedroom if it bothered him that much.

Sitting in front ofrepparttar 102119 computer for 12 hours a day, I was smoking cigarette after cigarette. Byrepparttar 102120 end ofrepparttar 102121 day I could barely breathe; my lungs felt so heavy and congested. I decided I would have to give up smoking. Of course, nicotine withdrawal made me v-e-r-y irritable. My husband said he wished I would start smoking again because I was so miserable to be around. I told him to go to #&*%!!!

Withrepparttar 102122 money I made from my e-business, I got an expensive new hair style, bought a new wardrobe (in a much smaller size), traded in my glasses for contacts and had just "a little bit" of plastic surgery done on my eyes. My husband griped that we could have used that money to fix uprepparttar 102123 house. I told him I wasrepparttar 102124 one sitting in front ofrepparttar 102125 computer 12 hours a day and I would spend my money as I pleased.

Now months later I'm thin, toned and tanned; I look and feel "drop-dead" gorgeous. Of course, no one has noticed because I spend 12 hours a day in front ofrepparttar 102126 computer.

P.S. My only regret is that my husband is not here to seerepparttar 102127 "new me." He left me seven months ago...

Jo McNamara lives in Orlando, FL and is STILL married to her best friend of 16 years. Jo is a proud member of the: Internet Marketing Success Arsenal "Can YOU Afford 24 cents A Day For Net Marketing Success?" http://www.what-works-online.net or Mailto: jomc@what-works-online.net

Customer Disservice

Written by Bob Osgoodby

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Two days came and went with no call back, and I figured #1 and #2 didn't really know what they were doing so I tried again. This time I got a very pleasant person (#3) who tookrepparttar time to listen to my problem, and she solved it "lickety split". She not only solvedrepparttar 102116 problem, but displayed a real caring attitude whichrepparttar 102117 previous two did not.

Now, it seems that many companies staff their customer care department with warm bodies, give them a trouble shooting book (you can hear them turningrepparttar 102118 pages) and then try to get rid of you as quickly as possible so they can handle their next call.

This never ceases to amaze me. They spend millions on advertising their service, send out trial CD's byrepparttar 102119 train load, and then staff their primary customer contact, with incompetents or people that don't give a fig about problems their customers are having. It seems that they really don't care if they lose a customer.

If you are in business, either you must be a #3 or have one working for you. Never forget -repparttar 102120 sales department gets customers,repparttar 102121 customer disservice department loses them.

Bob publishes the free weekly "Your Business" Newsletter Visit his Web Site at http://adv-marketing.com/business to subscribe and place a Free Ad for your business.

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