Act Now

Written by Irena Whitfield

The Internet overflows with sites containing opportunities, software, books, newsletters, ezines, guides, courses, affiliate programmes, reseller programmes, advice, recommendations, tips, secrets, ads, banners - information in short. And that's it. INFORMATION.

The newcomer is all amazed with allrepparttar information he gets wherever he turns. And on top of all of it, he gets hundreds of emails, all promising millions and paradise at once, in three days, in a month atrepparttar 131942 latest. It's sufficient if you ONLY send a blank email, read this book, buy this book, download this, give away this and that, accept this course, join this FREE and join that only for $10 here and $20 dollars there and it's guaranteed.

All us uf know this. Overwhelmed. Amazed. Surprised. All keen on working, on making money, on learning. So everyone joins all he can, jumping from one opportunity to another, trying to manage all at once, placing ads, copying, offering, sending out emails, not reading, not learning, not doing anything properly. Simply because he can't manage, he doesn't know how.

And then it comes: nothing works, no sale, no proper response - disappointment, disillusion. All it is hype, scam and spam. But it is not.

Most ofrepparttar 131943 information is precious and really working. The most precious pieces are all here, no secrets at all, just at your hands.

The only wrong thing isrepparttar 131944 attitude - trying to manage all at once. Don't. Take it step by step atrepparttar 131945 pace comfortable for you. One item at a time. And forget allrepparttar 131946 rest. If you download 5 books one day, don't download more until you properly read and studyrepparttar 131947 five you have. And don't stop there. Think about whatrepparttar 131948 books have given you, how you can make use of what you've learnt. Grow.

Do it right fromrepparttar 131949 very beginning:

1. Set YOUR goals, concentrate on a long-term path 2. Develop YOUR system 3. Focus on YOUR Business, forget everything else 4. Learn, read, study 5. ACT


Written by Sean Cohen

The future of customer service is here. Technology has made seeking out support faster and easier than ever. But, has your digital age company sacrificed true service inrepparttar name of automation?

Today, finding customer support is as simple as writing an e-mail or picking uprepparttar 131940 phone. But, even though you're not face-to-face with your customers, you still leave a lasting impression. Do you come across as caring and competent, or menacing and mechanical?

Offering stand-out service onrepparttar 131941 Internet isn't as hard as it is rare. Take these simple steps towards old-style service inrepparttar 131942 digital age:

* Give Each Customer a Personal Response * Be Clear, But Sincere * Offer Live Customer Support * Make Sure Your Support Reps Have Allrepparttar 131943 Answers

---------------------------------- GIVE EACH CUSTOMER A PERSONAL RESPONSE ----------------------------------

When a customer sits down to e-mail your company, it's because he needs help. He chooses e-mail because it's quick, but his request still warrants a satisfying and personal response!

Companies eager to save time and money often take automation too far in their customer support. Each customer has a unique question, and deserves a unique answer. Even if you save time by copying and pasting stock replies, changerepparttar 131944 opening and closing to makerepparttar 131945 message sound less robotic.

---------------------------------- BE CLEAR, BUT SINCERE ----------------------------------

When responding to customers' e-mail, be sincere and torepparttar 131946 point. Before sending a message, try turningrepparttar 131947 tables. Ask yourself, "Would this answer satisfy *me* if I wererepparttar 131948 customer?"

Take that extra moment to give your customerrepparttar 131949 help he deserves. It might meanrepparttar 131950 difference between a satisfied customer and a credit card chargeback!

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