Have you ever wondered how you could capitalize on the miracle of technology that is available today? Here are some ideas that you can take to the bank:
- Expand your audience with Interactive Tele-Video Conferencing. Technology has matured to the point that your ability to have your classroom reach around the world is now both sophisticated and refined.
You can be recording your presentation in one location while relying upon your computer network support technician who is sitting in their control room located thousands of miles away.
Your paid subscribers can dial in or login from anywhere in the world with clear, real time visual and audio interaction.
Then you can re-package the recording of your event and make it available as another offering in your product line of creations. The world is truly your oyster and there’s a pearl out there with your name on it!
- Make Telecommuting and Online Project Collaboration inherent to your business model. With today’s technology you can keep the footprint and the expenses of your physical location contained while expanding your work force globally.
- Focus on being the expert that you are and outsource your writing, documentation and editorial requirements to an online service provider set up to bring you the experts you need to fulfill those kinds of projects with aplomb.
- Use online Computer Support Services to maintain and troubleshoot your computer-related requirements. Your computer network support does not have to be baffling. You can enroll in a monthly service that will provide computer support on an ongoing basis, or just pay for it as you need it when issues arise.
There are online services that aggregate experts from around the world who are vying to answer your technical questions and help figure out whatever it is that’s troubling you computer technology-wise in the moment.
- Regularly use Peer-to-Peer Commerce by selling or buying those one-time purchase items through local online classified ads. It’s very easy to convert that old working appliance or piece of furniture or whatever you have that you don’t need anymore – into cash. Somebody is out there, probably not too far from you, who is looking for that very thing and doesn’t want to buy new.
It’s true. Do your research and prepare to be amazed at what you’ll find.
And in that regard, please be aware of the sometimes unstated code of conduct that applies to these person-to-person transactions. Always bring cash with proper change. Don’t low ball a fair price, but on the other hand, be willing to negotiate. And finally, if you’ve agreed to meet and change your mind, have the courtesy to update the other party appropriately.
As with pretty much anything, the Golden Rule applies. The key to success in these interchanges is to respect one another and be kind in your dealings.