Power TIPS for a successful home businessWritten by Benny
Today Internet is full of oppurtunities; foremost is working from home. Here I’ll give you some power tips for successful email marketing. Given inherent problems with traditional marketing techniques, it’s important to master email marketing into your overall campaign. Sending out an email is very cheaper than other marketing methods. The main objective of email marketing is to collect address. Without addresses you cant send emails! The emails you collect are going to make difference. So start when you think. This is time to start building your email list or prospects. The most simple method to build your email list is to save email id’s of people who visit your website .As simple as it is!!! Ok, now as I said easiest way what is easiest way to convince people to give you their email address? Quite simple: Offer a freebie with a sign-up form on your site, drive traffic to your site, and watch as people start entering their email address.
How to Make DecisionsWritten by Gary E. Cain
How to Make Decisions Gary E. Cain Author http://dollarsforever.com
PROBLEM CATEGORIES: Removal of something present, but not desired Attainment of something absent, but desired TYPES OF PROBLEMS 1. Human problems People problems are by far, most difficult to solve; diplomacy and good judgment are required to work out personnel problems in a smooth, seamless manner. 2. Systems problems Something happens that affects how people, things, and processes work together.
3. Economic problems The typical economic problem faced by offices is that too much money is being spent for amount of output resulting. REMEMBER there are sometimes controllable and uncontrollable variables to a problem—the problem solver should only be concerned with controllable variables—since nothing can be done about uncontrollable variables. Use creative thinking as a means of devising problem solving solutions. Ø Brainstorming is a very good procedure to find possible solutions. Ask yourself what is present situation or condition that does not equal or agree with my objective? STEPS TO DECISION-MAKING: 1. Recognize problem (symptoms only vs. actual problem) 2. Define problem Decide what is main issue.