How to Keep Friends in the Competitive Work at Home Business Online Market
How do you make and keep friends in the work at home business online market? There are so many people that you come in contact with, but there are some in opportunities that you are a part of that cause a connection and just a great business respect for one another.
I treat them as what they are. Great people who give their all to make a success for themselves while guiding a path for others to follow in the tough online business opportunities market. How do you keep bonds together when the fierce competitiveness is almost overwhelming?
You remember what they have done and still do for you. I do my very best to keep them in mind when trying to help someone with a question or need of a service that is not my niche. I want to give people the best all around advice for enhancing their businesses and it also gives me their trust that I am not just trying to reach into their wallet.
I optimize Blogger blogs. When someone asks me about WordPress, I point them in the direction of Jeff Houdyschell, who is a guru in WordPress workings and optimization. If it is SEO and keywords, I send them to Suzanne Morrison. Marketing articles - Jeff Schuman and Cynthia Minnaar. Social sites - Len Bartholomew - no one knows more about them the he. Joomla - Mike Law. Advertising and affiliate co-ops - Dustin Cannon and Jeff Casmer. If I have questions - Pat Brucoli. You get the picture.
I have the utmost respect for these folks and they have mentored myself and many others when needed. They have came through for me in some of the hardest times I have had to face while being in the home business arena. I could easily be selfish and do these things on my own, but what would it get me? They are not getting the premium service and I am not doing them any favors by not pointing them in the right direction.
Trust is a hard thing to earn in this gig. I have tried my hardest to earn the respect, trust, and friendship of many I come across in these work at home businesses.
I hope I have done so and I hope they feel the same way as I do.