"How to generate a high income, and achieve the lifestyle you want."

Written by Jon Mills

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Time on your hands,

Automation of this kind of business is easy. You can set up your system so that a link in your ad directs customers to your website or sales-letter. A "Click here to order" button directs prospects to your secure order page, and after they have submitted payment, they will automatically be givenrepparttar necessary download instructions.

You could have been sleeping, out shopping, or even in another country, but your system still found your prospect, convinced them to purchase your product, collectedrepparttar 117719 payment, and deliveredrepparttar 117720 goods, all completely automatic.

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Is it for you?

This is without a doubtrepparttar 117722 best recipe anyone has ever seen for a profitable business that can be set up and run by just about anyone. Not only that, all you need is a basic computer with an Internet connection, operating from a spare room, or a kitchen table. Now isn't that wonderful?

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Maybe spend a couple of years trying to set up some kind of business for which you need start up revenue, premises, and staff.

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Be Your Own Customer

Written by Dave Balch

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And while we're at it, do you ever call your business to see how it sounds? It amazes me how large corporations spend millions of dollars trying to create an image of quality and caring and then hire someone at minimum wage to answerrepparttar phone. Then, when you call, it sounds like they're annoyed, or they are rude as they connect you. What about your music on hold? Is it too loud? Is it too soft? If it is a radio station, IS IT TUNED IN PROPERLY?????

Maybe you have a recording for your customers to hear. Is it a good quality recording? Isrepparttar 117718 meaning ofrepparttar 117719 message clear? Do your callers have to listen to more than they need to? I am constantly annoyed when I callrepparttar 117720 local movies and have to sit through a description of their location. I think that most callers to a theater are regular or local callers who already know where it is; how about putting that information atrepparttar 117721 END OF THE RECORDING sorepparttar 117722 only ones who need it have to hear it? Or makerepparttar 117723 directions an option: "Press '1' for directions".

This is starting to sound like a rant. (!) My point is this… THINK FROM YOUR CUSTOMER'S POINT OF VIEW. Use your product or service as they would. Call and deal with your business as they would. Do you like what you get? If not, fix it.

Dave Balch generated over $5 million from his home-based business. Visit http://www.TheStayAtHomeCEO.com to sign-up, for information on speaking services, or for copies of past articles and newsletters. Comments and/or questions are always welcome at 1-800-366-2347 or Dave@DaveBalch.com.

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