Today’s digital economy is a complex one! It needs, skills, capabilities, and knowledge to make a success. And that it is not always easy! You need to establish and employ clear goals, good habits, strategies, procedures and tools to get the “ticket” just to compete with the “big boys”.
The “How to Start a Business That Doesn’t Suck” is an excellent book on making business today!
Have you ever being in a situation where you think nobody has understood you? Do you ever have problems because you didn’t clarify something enough, or because you consider something as self-evident? Well, so am I! It is embarrassing, actually, but I am guilty of not clarify something I thought it was obvious.
If you want to succeed in online business (or anywhere as a matter of fact) and to operate in a professional manner you need support and resources. You may know your niche market, you might know the tricks needed to make the job more effectively, but without a suitable support which can motivate you and help you make down-the-earth decisions, you are still missing one major part of the sales chain!
The eLearning market is responsible for a market of more than $107 billion in 2015! In conjunction with all the lateral and supportive raising trends in our modern business ecosystem (blogging, info-products, e-books, courses, webinars, supportive content marketing, training material development, instructional design, etc.) and the continuing rising of edupreneurship as practice and business, e-learning is one of the most promising knowledge enhanced focused areas!
One major flaw in today’s business operations is the social media marketing! I have the pleasure and opportunity to catch up the social media rise at a very early stage, and even then (early 2004) their business significance was great!