Updated on November 10, 2017 by admin
EBay has made it possible for many people in the nation to add a second income or be able to work from home with a basic income. In order to make eBay a success here are 4 must know secrets of the trade.
Secret 1: Products
The products that you choose to must be of the highest quality. If the product is flawed then make sure you tell people about its condition. Honesty and integrity is what will help build your reputation for repeat business.
Secret 2: Business
Customer service is important no matter if your business is in person or online. Make your site customer friendly with good policies. Always fulfill your commitments. Make return policies available with a full refund. This will always help build your credibility.
Secret 3: Your EBay page needs Promotion
Now is the time to spread the word. Let people know what you are doing. Send weekly emails with specials. Newsletters are a great way to let your customers know some of things that they can look forward to in the coming holiday seasons. Hit all the blogs and tell people about what you are doing. Marketing as with any business is extremely important to make your business grow.
Secret 4: Winning Bids
Always let your bidders know that they have won. You also need to thank them for their business and let them know that you will be glad to service them again. EBay success is due to repeat customers and your customers telling other people about your site.
Following these secret tips can help you make your business a very successful as well as profitable. While you may not become a millionaire with your eBay business you can make yourself more comfortable in life. There is nothing like being your own boss and working out of your home. …
Updated on December 1, 2017 by admin
Commitment – This is an attribute necessary in every employee and leader. A committed person sees to the end what they were involved with in the beginning. A committed person gives it their all. People sometimes may not show some commitment if the direction and vision of the organization are not clear. People will certainly not commit to something they are not sure of. Commitment is almost similar to loyalty. When people buy-in to the vision and goals of the organization, they are likely to set aside their personal comfort and commit to the success and overall progress of the organization. When team members are committed to their tasks, completion and success is inevitable.
Company – This is a registered organization with employees and leaders. A company is also called an organization or a business. General structure of a company has Managing Director at the top (Chief Executive Officer) and below him/her are the individual departmental heads e.g. Sales and Marketing Director, Human Resources, Finance and Admin, Operations etc. A company is broken down into individual business units which seem independent but are actually interdependent on other departments. Companies’ existence is usually governed by the Companies Act of the country where the business is registered. See Business under the B Series. A company is also referred to as a corporate entity
Communication – The way we communicate internally and with external stakeholders is what normally divides successful companies from mediocre ones. If you cannot communicate with your employees about vision, targets etc, you should not expect miracles from them. If you can not be in touch with your customers and suppliers out there, no wonder you seem to be on an island of stagnation. Communication uses a channel which varies from print media to electronic media. More and more communication is now electronic as it is faster, less expensive and reaching a larger audience. Companies that have gone bankrupt can actually mention that because they failed to listen to the needs being communicated by their customer, they eventually ran out of business. Communication is a key for success.
Competition – When you have another company or individual offering services like the ones you offer they are considered your competition. You compete to win the heart of the customer. You compete for space, orders, attention etc. It is healthy to have competition. Your competition is not your enemy. It helps to keep your services in check. In situations where companies are a monopoly there is a general tendency to slip back, relax and assume business will always be there. This is why the same company will suffer the day a competitor comes onto the same market because customers never forget those that look after the diverse needs.
Confidentiality – Information in the organization has levels of exposure. Information that is for public consumption will be found in the press or on company noticeboards. Sometimes a bulk email may be sent to the whole organization. However certain sensitive information is just for …