I have never created a Facebook app before, and honestly never really thought about it, till I read the post on ZenHabits.
Basically what it does is display your latest blog posts on your profile and your friend’s profiles, and it’s ridiculously easy to setup (really!), you just sign up on BlogFuse, add the developer package, answer a couple questions (and of course login to your Facebook account), enter some information on Facebook and voila! You’re done! Step by step. [Click Here to Read More...]
Have you ever lost a prospective client before?
If you answered “yes”, then there’s a good chance you’ve experienced the feeling of a lost opportunity. Ignoring the fact that it may be a blessing in disguise sometimes, you don’t want to be in the habit of missing out on potential business.
What if I was to tell you, you could considerably cut down your chance of losing possible clients, just by changing a few simple aspects of your approach? [Click Here to Read More...]
While most people are winding down for the holidays, you should be making December an action-packed month to build your business so that you hit the ground running in 2008. Here are 5 great tips that will put you ahead of the competition on January 1 – and beyond.
Tip #1 – Plan Out Your Yearly Goals in December, and Look At Them Every Freakin’ Day.
Here’s a tip: “Do better this year” doesn’t count. If you want to tear into 2008 and take what’s yours, you need to be absolutely clear on what it is. Don’t settle for weak goals like “I want to make more money” (an extra quarter would fulfill that, but I doubt that’s what you really want). Get specific on dollar values. On number of customers. On list size, or RSS subscribers, etc. … in short, anything you can actually measure, rather than get warm fuzzies about. Then look at them every day to keep yourself focused and on track. [Click Here to Read More...]
Everytime you get a new client you probably want to prove him or her you can do the job, you want repeat business. And if you don’t have that feeling you’ll get business from a client again in the future, then there are some things you may need to work on.
#1- Be Committed
Being committed doesn’t mean that you have to leave everything else and cater to the needs of one client and forget about the others. It means showing the client that although your work has been appreciated by them and you delivered on time and everything is to their liking, you would like to offer a little more. Not necessarily go out of your way, but do what needs to be done, what you agreed on in the first place, in order to get repeat business from that client. [Click Here to Read More...]
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