The Macro View

Written by Chris Small

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Friend, we have available to us todayrepparttar power to reach out and influence more people than have existed throughout all of mans combined history. Let us not waste this precious opportunity. If you are reading this, you haverepparttar 119108 same ability and opportunity as everyone else on this medium. There are no limitations other than your imagination. What will you do with it? Will you use it to create an empire for yourself and your future generations (as many are doing) or will you fail to recognizerepparttar 119109 potential of a few strategically placed bits and bytes onrepparttar 119110 computer screens of millions and millions of computer users worldwide.

Most people are looking for leaders and innovators. Men and women who aren't afraid to take chances. People who will follow you if they sense that you are firm in your convictions and willing to stand up for them. Did you know that Marconi (the fellow who discovered radio waves) was committed to an insane asylum by his friends before they took him seriously. Today it is cool to be onrepparttar 119111 cutting edge of change and if you are willing to embrace this rapidly evolving technological beast and tame it to your own purposes... wellrepparttar 119112 world really could be your oyster.

If you are ready to roll up your sleeves and work, you have already jumped ahead of most people. The challenge is that most people aren't willing to put inrepparttar 119113 necessary effort, but then again, that's why it is such a fantastic opportunity forrepparttar 119114 enlightened few. Consider Thomas Edison and his light bulb. He documented 10,000 experiments before success found him. Was his effort worth it? Without it you wouldn't be reading these words.

Don't wait,repparttar 119115 water temperature has never been better, there's still room for you to make a splash... jump in with both feet, just be prepared to start paddling. This new medium of communication is no respecter of persons. Age, sex, color, religion, size, family background, past history, etc.; it makes no difference torepparttar 119116 bits and bytes, they respond as well to you as anybody else. There is only one rule... "Just do it." What you do today could repay you a hundred fold tomorrow.

Here's what you need to do to get started:

1) Learn as much as you possibly can. But don't let this slow down your involvement

2) Create or find a product or service that you can promote wholeheartedly.

3) Jump in. Get yourself a solid Internet presence.

4) Get busy! Market that product.

Sounds rather simple doesn't it. In fact it requires a lot of effort, butrepparttar 119117 steps are simple enough andrepparttar 119118 rewards are certainly worth it.

Chris Small is a cyber entrepreneur and host of the very successful 'World Deal Center'. His main website is http//

The importance of ‘keeping the customer satisfied’ in the Web Hosting industry

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Give your customers freedom – Many people tend to sign up with a web host who will offer a discount if you sign a yearly contract with them. However most people who do this get “stuck”; if they are unhappy with their web host they will lose a large proportion of their fee if they cancel their contract. One way to keep your clients happy is to give themrepparttar option of paying monthly, this way your customers will haverepparttar 119107 freedom to change their account packages at any time.

Your clients should be given freedom to administer their own accounts. A good way to provide this is to ensure your clients have their own customizable control panel. This is true freedom, where a client can administer every key aspect of their account from: viewing their account details and billing details; to, for example, interactively adding a new web site, ftp logins, mail accounts, and new users.

Keep your customers well informed – Let your customers know about any thing that could possibly affect their websites. Keep your customers informed on issues such as general maintenance, for example: when, and how often, backups are done onrepparttar 119108 servers; these are a crucial necessity to keeping servers running well, but clients have to be told this. If there is a customer issue that may take a while to fix, it is much better to inform them ofrepparttar 119109 issue and let them know you will get back to them as soon as possible. Customers shouldn’t feel like they are left out inrepparttar 119110 cold, wondering why it is taking so long to fix their problem.

A web host who doesn’t recognizerepparttar 119111 importance of providing good service to their customers will quickly loose their customers and will fade out very quickly. Customers need to feel as though they can trust their web hosts. They need to know thatrepparttar 119112 hard work they put into developing their web site will be complemented by having a great web host; one that is concerned with providingrepparttar 119113 best service for ALL their customers.

Rememberrepparttar 119114 more happy customers you haverepparttar 119115 more successful your web hosting company will be, andrepparttar 119116 more growth you will see.

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