Referrals, we all know, are the absolute best way to find new customers. Amass a great number of referrals. Nevertheless, the act of asking for a referral is not a comfortable thing to do for most business owners. It is more likely that a customer who has been referred to us will employ our services or purchase our products within 90 days than a ‘cold customer’ who has come from an outside source. Discover seven easy and unobtrusive ways to grow your customer base.
A lot of unwanted messages get into your inbox when you order a product or subscribe to a mailing list. The company automatically signs you up to receive unwanted marketing or shares your information with an advertiser.(See our previous article on Spam) […]
All about Spam mail and how to get rid of it. Spam mail also known as junk mail, is unsolicited bulk messages sent as a Email that are Usually advertising, sometimes false advertising, less important […]
It’s not just drug dealers that make it available, our own medicine cabinets can be a source to get drugs. Today, doctors are prescribing FDA-approved drugs at an alarming rate, creating a generation of addicted people and that does include our children. So what can we do as parents to help navigate our children through this drug epidemic in this crucial time? […]
There is power in numbers. Whether you believe it or not, numbers play a significant role in our lives. The number three goes back to the very beginning of time; all the way back to the Triune Godhead […]
Teen dating violence is not a small portion of the teen populations, yet many parents remain unaware or misinformed by the facts. Did you know that over 80% of parents either don’t know if teen dating violence is a concern or believe that it is not an issue or that it can’t happen to their son or daughter? […]
In my experience as a single mother, as well as a small business owner and entrepreneur – or as I like to call myself, a mompreneur – I have found that owning and operating a business is a lot like raising a
child: it takes patience and persistence, as well as love and dedication, and my job is never done. […]