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|12-22-2007 02:13 PM|
Thanks for the response...I was beginning to think I was the only one here. Good advice. I think I will hang out for a while.
|12-22-2007 09:45 AM|
Sir, some tips for getting forum advice.
1) Be patient. People get busy, especially this time of year.
2) Fill out your signature line. People are more inclined to answer a question from a person they percieve as a human being over a screen name with no identity.
3) Don't expect high returns from a pricing question. Its our obligation as business people to learn our industry and our area demographics and FMV of service. Most guys/gals have made their own mistakes. You'll hear people that have been in business awhile say "charge as much as you can" or "charge what you need to stay in business". You won't understand at first or you may feel you are being blown off but it really is that simple. You have to experiment with your own market to find what works.
4) Utilize the search function on a BBS and when you get jammed up, ask specific questions.
Happy Hollidays to you and welcome to the forum! This really is a great tool for you. I hope you stay around and share.
|12-20-2007 11:42 PM|
Well I was under the impression that this site was gonna be a great thing but no one seems to know the answer to my question...I thought we had some pros here. Whats up people? It's not a tough question.