Always do business with entities that have something to lose

Always do business with entities that have something to lose

For me it matters a lot the PREDICTABILITY. Predictability makes me calm. It helps us, as a business, not to go bankrupt. Predictability helps our clients to trust us when we promise something. It helps our employees to know that they will get the money at the end of the month, no matter what. Being predictable is good for business, for the stress levels and for the life quality, in general. Because I love predictability, I hate surprises (except some nice ones:) ). So, that’s why I love to do businesses with people/companies that have something to lose if something is going wrong. Because this is a positive stress that keeps them focus on the end result. I prefer to pay a premium, just to know that if something is wrong with the product, the entity that sold it to me will take care of me, that will make me happy. Big corporations have something to lose. Big brands have something to lose. People that live through recommendations can loose everything if they screw up. Whenever is risk involved, I prefer to minimize the risk. Too many families to feed ­čÖé We have a lot to lose, so do business with us: Kuantero, StartEvo, 59sec.:) We are predictable that we’ll take good care of you!...
Why you should be like Scheherazade in your online presence… Or like Pavlov…

Why you should be like Scheherazade in your online presence… Or like Pavlov…

Do you know the story? For sure you know. Scheherazade was a smart girl, a sultan’s wife who escaped from beheading by telling story after story during 1001 nights, never finishing a story before the night is over. Smart girl. What is the resemblance between Scheherazade and you, an┬á online marketer? Very simple. Stop the story for one night and you’re dead. As simple as that. Maybe you also know the Pavlov story, with his dog. Inconsistent feeding would have been a disaster for his experiment, don’t you think? The dog would say: “Maybe today I will stop drooling, because chances are that my Russian master will give me a spike today (“imi va da teapa” – Romanian term) again. …”   Example: For a premium client, we had an email sending to x thousands email each day. The newsletter conversation rate on the site was 3% from the new site visitors. Everything went great. At some point, the owners started to skip the already set periodicity. If the reading percentage was very big, more than 50%, after the publishing got infrequent, the reading dropped under 5%. Just because the people gave up of the habbit of reading daily the stuff they received. It took huge efforts for the clients to include us in their daily reading list and that habit dissipated incredible fast. Just like Scheherazade. All the effort went to the drain, just because the owner determination was not there to keep up the pace. We live in a world where attention is very scarce… Build addiction, and you will rule the world. Spoil the interest and,...