Is Honesty a thing of the past?
Many people ask themselves this question as they go down into the net about what they need.
As the low-income economy in the United States burdens many people, people are constantly looking for other ways to solve their problems, including the internet.
In their quest for the ultimate solution, they spend their hard-earned money on “Get Schemes Schemes” only to find out that the transaction they were hoping for was not a transaction at all.
With broken hopes, dreams, and an empty purse many people take revenge. Some people can pass you by learning bad things like not trusting someone else… maybe for the rest of their life. Some stop buying altogether. While others do, run and tell friends when they are broken and who created the virus, giving the sellers a bad reputation.
No matter how we look at these facts, we still come to the same conclusion. We need to change the way we do things and tend to be morally upright when we run our businesses.
Honesty is closely related to any advertiser, if not for any other reason but to be able to continue his business. Second, it helps the other person find what he or she needs.
I remember a time when people relied heavily on their local retailer. Do you remember those days? The salesman was impartial and often offered the buyer more money than he had charged… They shared the secret of long-term success.
We also have the power to look for long-term success and help change what is happening in the online marketing circle! By seeking this power and making a few changes, we can help promote the economic growth needed to overcome difficult times.
You may be talking to yourself, but I am honest in my work. Probably you too! There are still many advertisers who use good marketing when selling their products. That is fine, but what about transferring these behaviors to future sellers? As our partners for example … Do we teach them honestly? What about the new market that wants to be smart with the JV and other old-timers?
I know some people who have worked for money for several years will say, “We’ve tried to teach young people about moral markets, but they don’t listen.” Can be. We cannot twist a person’s arms to do the right thing.
However, we can be examples to them. We leave the ball on their court. The younger ones will then learn from their mistakes. In addition to customers and future investors, they will once again seek wisdom from former employees.
Then, and only then, when online marketing will go a long way in helping economic growth to stand firm in all the trials we all face.
If this article is offensive to anyone, maybe this is the time to look at the full picture of marketing.
Trust is built on a foundation of trust, especially when dealing with customers. It’s a two-way street … The consumer gets what he pays for, his hopes fly high and his wallets still have money so he can buy other things.
A salesman, on the other hand, finds a repeat buyer who will tell his friends, who will tell their friends, and so on, to make more money over time, while building great lasting relationships, and a good reputation. Putting the sugar cover on top, they help someone else.
So, I think we need to ask ourselves these questions: Are we continuing with this “dog-eating” situation and eating dirt?
Or… Do we seek power over the years and help to change the consumer attitude that will lead to greater benefits where everyone is happy?
The choice is ours! I know what I do for you?