In my coaching work I have found that so many people are fed up their jobs and are trying to break free. They are in essence trying to break the control that their jobs have over them. I help many people realize their dreams and they often start with a Home Business and today in my opinion their is not better way to get started than doing so using the power of the Internet. With that in mind I have put together a fantastic training program with one of my business partners, check it out here http://www.jobcontrolbreak.com/

So, Why You Do Want to Start a Home Business? Working from home is a big dream for many. But fear holds many of us back. Below I have listed a few reasons why starting a home business is a great idea.

Your Great Idea Comes to Life. You have a great business idea. This is the number one reason that most people go into business from home. Remember the kind of ideas that are good for a home business are ones that can become real quickly, and start bringing in an income almost immediately

You can do What You Love. Most people have something that they really love to do. Getting paid for doing what you love is a dream come true.

You get to be the boss. No more working your fingers to the bone for someone else. You will be the boss and you will reap the rewards.

Hope these reasons resonate with you, now I suggest you ‘Go For It’ and ‘Just Do It’, pop over to http://www.jobcontrolbreak.com/ and check out the training package there – I am quite pleased with what we have put together and I hope you get much out of it.

As always, do let me know if you have any comments (I tend to get emails but please feel free to post here) as I plan to make other posts based on feedback.

Stephen C Campbell

In the last couple of months Capid Houser has launched into the web design and

development business service offering. As a Business Consultant who is always coaching

customer about differentiation and creating and promoting their Compelling Value

Proposition(s).  With this in mind we are offering a package which consists of full Website

Design, Logo Design, Business Consultation covering website optimization, search engine

optimization and marketing fundamentals and all this for an unbelievably low price.

 

Now onto the main point of the post, I have had many discussions with business owners

to get them to use our services and they often do not see the logic of having a web

presence. I spoke with a business owner yesterday (on Gloucester Rd, Bristol, UK) and

made the following points:-

 

o Your are leaving money on the table

o There are people who need your products/services who are online & don’t know you

   exist

o There could be someone on the other side of the world ready to be your customer

o Your customer base is no longer just on your doorstep

o The internet will allow you to multiply the time you have to service customers

 

… and the list could go on and on and on.

 

If you have a traditional business where you stand in the shop and trade your time for

dollars or pounds, then the internet will allow you to sell and service customers while

you are not sitting in the shop waiting for the next customer.

 

I will have to deal with this more in another post but please take the learning that in

the age in which we live, you must have a web presence for your small business. You

do not have to be a computer expert because there are companies (such as

Capid Houser) which can provide a complete service to get you online.

 

Any questions or comments, do get in touch.

 

With Respect,

 

-Steve Campbell

In this wired internet age in which we live I do believe that all businesses should be and can harnessing the power of the internet to take their businesses to the next level. In particular, even if your business is a traditional off-line business, you certainly should be using the new technologies to drive customers to your off-line business.

With the rise and rise of the internet it seems that the vast majority of the posts, articles and comments are related to Internet Marketing so I have decided to make a few posts and put some documentation together on off-line marketing as most of my customers are new to the Internet Marketing age. Here I will comment on 2 simple Traditional Off-line Marketing methods, please do not think of these methods as too simple or mundane. They are very effective when done right and combined with other techniques in your marketing arsenal.

Classified Ads
This is something everyone should be testing in some form or another. It’s great for lead generations. You should still have  a strong benefit-driven headline and a clear call to action. Free reports work very well with classifieds. I have noticed that local papers (such my local Friday Ads) has an ongoing deals of booking four weeks for the price of four. Even adding more months only ends up costing a few pounds (or even less dollars!), and there is always room to barter and negotiate price if you are a regular customer. With prices like that, there’s no reason anyone with a website should not be testing ways to draw traffic to the site with Classifieds.
 
Direct Mail
Nothing beats direct response when it comes to results-driven proven advertising. And messages sent directly to your highly targeted market via direct mail can deliver a terrific return on investment (ROI) when tested properly. There’s a wealth of information on direct marketing by Michel Fortin, David Garfinkel, Gary Halbert, Dan Kennedy, and many more experts. Here are some sites where you can learn more:

http://www.successdoctor.com – Michel Fortin’s main site
http://www.world-copywriting-institute.com – David Garfinkel’s site
http://www.thegaryhalbertletter.com – Home of the Gary Halbert Letter
http://www.dankennedy.com – Dan Kennedy’s site

Do pop in again to see more on Marketing and on some of my other favorite subjects. And do let me have your comments.

Thanks,

-Steve

One of the first things I do when working with a new client is to establish what they believe is their Compelling Value Proposition Or Unique Selling Point. Of course this is all marketing speak which the majority of small business owners are not familiar with.

In everyday language the question I lead them to answer is “why should a customer want to do business with me?” or “

what is so special about my product or service”.  The answer to this leads us on to lots of different outcomes as we look at

marketing channels, customer satisfaction, customer retention and so on, some of which I will cover in future posts. But for

you the reader, business owner or someone with a business idea – get a blank piece of paper and write down the answer to

this question.

 

For example : I (Steve Campbell) have conducted business in around 20 countries throughout Europe, the Far East and

spent much time in the U.S. (which I absolutely loved) as well as living in the Far East (Japan) for over 2 1/2 years. This

coupled with my experience of running my own organization, experience of customers from a wide range of cultures

coupled with a strong academic foundation and expertise in Internet Marketing and developing technologies gives my customers confidence that I can bring all that background to help them with their business.

 

It is satisfying for me having come from a Research and Development background and a base of marketing in the

computer industry to now work across a wide range of market sectors.

 

In closing, if you can answer the question as to why someone would benefit from doing business with you, then you will be

in a muich stronger position to start telling people about it and providing your product or service to the world.

 

Good luck with your business and marketing, let me know if I can be of assistance to you.

 

Feel free to post your comments and let me know what you think.

 

Thanks,

 

-Steve http://www.CapidHouser.Com/

 

PS : check out this resource put together by me and my team

http://www.InformationInAudio.Com/

As I discuss the possibility of being hired as Business Consultant often by the small business owner, the question which often arises is “I have managed up until now without a marketing consultant, why do I need one now?” After I dig a little deeper what I normally find is that my prospective client’s business has been stagnant for years, that they have been doing things the way they always have and; as we know that guarantees we get the same results.

Of course, if you have not been trained in the marketing discipline, have a natural tendency or bias to market or not been exposed to classic marketing principles there is not reason why you should know exactly marketing is or how to execute marketing in your business. My advice to any prospective client or to you reading from wherever you are in the world is, if you are not moving with the times, learning and executing sound marketing principles to take your business to the next level – you are missing out on potential new customers, business growth, wealth creation and more.

Specifically, failure to make extensive use of the internet to generate awareness for your company, build your brand, establish your expertise and to reach customers from all corners of the earth is something I consider as a BIG mistake. If you are unable to grasp the new technologies, don’t have the time or personnel to execute the necessary tasks then the next best thing is to hire a consultant.

It is particularly rewarding for me to bring my experience of conducting business throughout Europe, the U.S. and the Far East to my consulting practice and to help in taking my clients business to the next level. Look out for some more posts in the Business Consultancy field real soon and for some products which I am putting together to help other with their marketing.

As always, please do feel free to post your comments and let me know what you think.

Thanks,

-Steve http://www.capidhouser.com/