38 Methods (From 38 Experts) To Help Your Business Survive & Prosper In A Recession – METHOD #3

Posted: March 20, 2009 in Business Tips, Recession Survival Tips
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The 38 tips you’re about to see are contained in my two e-manuals called, “How Your Business Can Survive And Prosper In A Recession.”

NOTE: I interviewed 38 top experts in business, sales & marketing. Each expert revealed the common mistakes most businesses make, 5-10 methods that they’d use to survive and prosper in a recession, and money-making opportunities available to business owners during this time.

You are about to see just ONE method from each of their interviews. If you would like to see more, then you can go to the site and check out a free preview of two of the interviews or grab both e-manuals for one low price.

Now here is your third tip…

Remember: first, last and always, you are in the I.T.C.H. business.

You scratch enough people’s ITCH, and they will beat a path to your door. I.T.C.H. stands for Information, Transportation, Communication and Help.

Provide useful information. Help transport people from where they are to where they want to be. Communicate often and with value. Help people get more of what they want, and less of what they don’t want.

Do these things and you will always be sought after.

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Mitch Axelrod  is the founder of Axelrod & Associates, a West Orange, New Jersey sales and marketing consulting firm, and Axelrod Learning, a publisher of entrepreneurial and life skills training, workshops & materials.

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