Your most unhappy customers are your greatest source of learning.
That’s a quote by Bill Gates. Learning how to deal with unhappy customers is a critical component of running a successful business.
Today Liz Krause is going to show you various ways to deal with unhappy customers and situations that you will most likely face when running your own business.
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Pre-WordPress, JuniorBiz was hacked three times. After it was hacked, the number one keyword associated with my site was ‘Viagra’.
Since I transitioned to WordPress and started using some of these other tools, my site hasn’t been hacked once.
Today, Matthew Denos from Weight Loss Triumph is going to share the tools that he uses as a budding blogger. They will make your blogging life easier, more effective and reduce those painful “why won’t this work right” headaches.
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My dad and I always used to build stuff when I was growing up. We built derby cars, closet shelves, and wooden fences. We even finished our basement.
One of the first things he ever taught me was that there’s a right tool for every job. The same is true for building your online business.
Fortunately, entrepreneurs have built tons of tools to help entrepreneurs like you and me. Here are ten entrepreneurial tools I use on a daily basis in the order I use them.
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When you think of an entrepreneurial success story, you think of one person.
In reality, almost every successful entrepreneur has a team behind them. The entrepreneur gets all the credit because they pulled the team together – similar to how coaches get credit for championships.
If you want to build a business, it’ll be impossible to do by yourself. Today, Alex Papa from BusinessOpportunitiesExpo.com is going to give you four tips for building your first team.
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At age ten, I was completely broke.
Two girls came to live in our home that year. They came with a mom and two brothers, but I thought about them less. My parents welcomed their family into ours.
Springtime broke into the Estes Valley, creating unlimited opportunities for pinecone and spear grass wars. I tried to express my affection for the new ladies by throwing a handful of needles into their backs. They were far from twitter pated.
Running away from my advances, they turned my brother’s and my eyes towards something far greater than sharp thistles and sap between our fingers. I agreed, anything to spend more time with them. They called it, “Entrepreneurship”. I called it, “Lemonade”.
Learn how they made $65 a day…