When we reach a point of financial success, we are in a better place to start implementing a sustainable business model. It’s like being able to save money in your bank account by investing it into other businesses and products.
That’s the exact same thing that happened to us, until we were able to get a loan from a bank. In the meantime, we had to start paying off other debt to get started.
This is a bit of an overthought approach, but we have no intention of starting a business. Our goal is to create a sustainable business model, rather than one that takes years to implement. Since we’re already in a great position financially, we figured we might as well use our savings and investments to try to get our business established first.
While it’s hard to say exactly how the business model will work when the funds are locked up, we’re looking to have a small, stable business that’s already profitable for the next few years. In a nutshell, we’re looking for customers to come back to us (and their friends and family) in the future for the same products they’ve purchased in the past. We want to create a business that will continue to grow organically, and we’re determined to be sustainable long-term.
We are, however, looking at the possibility of starting an affiliate program with other companies, which can lead to a lot of referrals. Were using a similar model to Amazon.com, with their affiliate program that sends out a coupon code to customers that can be used to buy the company’s products. We’ve had great success with this approach, and have had people buy our products from Amazon.com and then click on a “coupon code” link to buy our merchandise.
For those of us who have been making a living from sharing our wares for the past 20 years, it’s always been an incredible source of revenue. It’s not just about selling more products, it’s about building up a huge, loyal customer list. These people are not just customers, they’re lifelong friends who have become fans and friends. It’s a real community.
We’ve also had lots of success selling to people who don’t have Amazon accounts or e-commerce websites. We have sold a wide variety of products to people who don’t have any idea about shopping or even how to shop. You can tell that these people are excited to get their hands on something like this. They have become loyal customers and friends.
Well, at least Amazon has a good excuse for not having a customer list. Amazon has a customer base that grows and grows with each new customer they get. Thats why you dont see that many new customers joining Amazon until they get a large amount of sales. I use this analogy because Amazon makes a big deal about the fact that they have thousands of customer reviews. But it is true that most of the reviews are fake.
Like most companies, Amazon has some bad reviews out there. There are good reviews and bad reviews, but that doesn’t mean their customers like the bad ones more than the good ones. Amazon employees have a pretty good track record of coming up with customer reviews that are not fake and are actually helpful. Amazon has made it a point to make sure their customers feel like they are getting great value, when in reality they may be getting ripped-off.
The problem for Amazon is that it is not their own fault. It is the fault of the people that it has a contract with, and if many of these customers are getting ripped-off, Amazon should put more pressure on them to improve.