Have you noticed recently that Internet Marketers are selling wonderful applications such as Website Creation Solution, Video Graphic Presentation Solution, Membership Site Solution and whats-not?
These kind of products has been emerging from as early as 2013 and its becoming so common that I no longer want consider it or to spend money on it.Continue reading →
“The BIG push means being able to develop and sustain momentum toward your goal; it is the process of actively replacing excuses with winning habits, the ultimate excuses blockers. Moreover, it is being willing to go to the wall for what you want or believe in, to push beyond your previous mental and physical limits, no matter what it takes.” -? Lorii Myers, No Excuses, The Fit Mind-Fit Body Strategy Book
Yes, I am beating the old bad customer service or customer support drum again. I am sick of beating the drum too but as long as bad customer service is still rampant on the web I feel it is my “duty” to bring it to your attention again.
What puzzles me is that if bad customer service is really bad for business, why do so many businesses allow it to go on? I think it has become a “habit” for most internet marketer’s (including the very experienced one) to literally “close one eye and shut the other” when it comes to providing customer service support, be it online or offline. They ceased caring what their customers think. If that is the case, then you should close down your business and get a day job!
The establishment of a clear, central purpose or goal in life is the starting point of all success. An average person with average talent, ambition and education, can outstrip the most brilliant genius in our society, if that person has clear, focused goals. -- Brian Tracy
Bad customer service is something no customers can tolerate online and offline. What is worse online is that you cannot see the person you were communicating with face to face. Even if your “bloods boil” and causes a stroke, the other party have no idea about your frustration or anger except for those four-letter word that might have been typed after several email exchanges.