This is a guest post from blogger Gilbert Bermudez. Gilbert writes for CashCashPinoy, a Philippine based e-commerce website for discounted goods and services. You can follow his activities on his Google+.
Here are some tips from business and marketing experts on how to create buzz about your start-up business within the city.
This article is a guest post from regular contributor Motzie Dapul.
It’s no real surprise to find some of the worst examples of allegedly “human” behavior in the comments sections of Filipino news articles. It seems as though we’ve accepted the reality of bad-grammar internet criminals who are the ultimate examples of internet trolls, people who disregard humane and decent behavior and call it a joke. But as with all things, there will always be a division of opinions, arguments on the internet, dissent among the ranks of commenters everywhere.
This is a guest article from regular contributor M. Emmanuel Canlas.
I’ve gotten my legs waxed before. So, I pretty much know how the waxing session will go. But, as it was my first time getting aBoyzilian wax (otherwise known as a “Male Brazilian” or a “Brozilian” wax), it was totally nerve-wracking. It felt like I was getting circumcised again. At the back of my head, I asked myself, “Why did I say yes to this again?” Oh yeah, a dare — great.
It is true when they say that it takes months, if not years, to build a business and just one unhappy customer to destroy it. Customer satisfaction has been considered one of the strongest factors for business success, especially because it drives sales and promotes brand loyalty. However, not a lot of entrepreneurs realize the impact of keeping customers happy, and end up committing mistakes that slowly bury them in failure.
“Good service is good business,” a Siebel advert once stated. No matter how small your company is, it’s extremely important to find ways to keep your customers happy, as they’re the lifeblood of your business. You don’t need to be a genius to do that. You just have to follow these three simple (but difficult) tips:
Bacolod art has long been dominated by the old guard: stalwarts like Budot Lizares, Charlie Co, Rafael Paderna and Nunelucio Alvarado, but their patronage of young artists has allowed eager acolytes to step up to the plate and dish out their own creative ouevres. These fab five are well on their way to fame, each with their own distinctive style that is sure to capture the crazy art market.