Simple Business Tactics Are Your Key To Success

Written by Cathy Qazalbash

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#3 The Ultimate Marketer using all these simple businesses tactics:

A small girl was selling lemonade for 30c and she wasrepparttar talk ofrepparttar 116789 neighborhood. She was selling more and charging more, how could that be? Here were her simple businesses tactics.

Her notice did not just say Lemonade 30c. It said “Freshly Squeezed Lemonade, Made Just For You”

She greeted all her customers personally. She took obvious pride in her wares and stand. Her stand was simply and nicely decorated and spotlessly clean.

However she did not stop here. She set up her stand next door torepparttar 116790 most popular Hot Dog/snack stand. This vender was well known throughoutrepparttar 116791 neighborhood for his great food and service. He had a great location near many offices on a busy street and he was not just seasonal he was there all year round so everybody knew him. He wasrepparttar 116792 perfect compliment torepparttar 116793 little girl’s lemonade stand. Plus he was a friendly fellow and always recommended his customers to have some delicious lemonade with their lunch/snacks. Of course she also returnedrepparttar 116794 favor.

Now we can all learn fromrepparttar 116795 simple businesses tactics that made this small entrepreneurrepparttar 116796 talk ofrepparttar 116797 town. To recap:

She hadrepparttar 116798 market (thirsty people) The product: Great tasting lemonade She improved her ad copy, her notice was better than her competitors. She treated all her customers well, going out of her way to make them feel comfortable. Added value. Happy customers=repeat customers, good service = word of mouth marketing, a very powerful form of promotion. A clean, attractive and professional stand attracted more customers. Her strong link with a large popular seller helped her to sell more. Because of all these factors andrepparttar 116799 added value of customer service she could charge premium price.

All these simple business tactics can be applied to your business and not only help you get ahead ofrepparttar 116800 competition but make more money with less fuss. No need for, time consuming think tanks, and board meetings. These simple principles are right under our noses, we just have to apply them. Think withrepparttar 116801 simple business tactics of a child and your business will run more smoothly, be more efficient, and ultimately make you more money.

Article written by Cathy Qazalbash (Cathy Q) Publisher of the A-Y-B newsletter And A1-Newsletter Cathy is a successful Freelance writer, specializing in Ghostwriting, Web content, Copywriting and promotional articles

Home Business Opportunities Abound on The Internet

Written by Darrell Knox

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The list of great things I can think of about a home business goes on and on. Here are some ofrepparttar things that can be a drain on you with a home business opportunity:

You can’t leave your business at certain critical times of growth Your family will sometimes become a distraction when you are working at home Your bed is inrepparttar 116788 same place as your work There’s no boss to keep you honest about your hours There’s no boss to keep you on your focus to complete critical tasks No one will dorepparttar 116789 work for you Customers can be a pain sometimes The money inrepparttar 116790 beginning can come in sporadically (people who cannot handle any kind of financial stress should definitely keep their jobs until their home business opportunity starts payingrepparttar 116791 bills regularly).

No pain no gain. No risk, no profit. No investment, no return. A home business opportunity is like any other business. Don’t let anyone tell you differently!

But for those of us that thrive on making our own way inrepparttar 116792 world, who love that there is no limit to what we can make, and no one but our spouses to tell us what to do, there is nothing underrepparttar 116793 sun better than a home business!

Darrell Knox is a writer and entrepreneur with 15 years of home business and marketing experience.Website:

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