You have to understand that there are 2 groups of people. There are those that will figure it out on there own no matter what. And there are those that will wait and wait until someone does it for them… and then pay them good money for that information!

You can target both! Here's how...

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Written by dottydrews09
529 days ago

I like it. Sharing your knowledge with each other and all will benefit.



Written by tcamba
576 days ago

Knowledge is power. You shouldn't be afraid to share them to give power to those who lack power(less knowledgeable).



Written by KimberlyTurner
572 days ago

I completely agree! When someone finds value in what you have to offer, they are much more likely to return for more great information, as well as share your content with others who will also find it valuable!



Written by denisefay
576 days ago

Years ago I was told information was power. So lot of people thought that meant keeping it themselves and not sharing it. Thankfully, things have changed and people - business people, moms, dads, friends etc - are sharing information to help others.

A rising tide raises all ships - thanks for putting your idea down on paper and sharing on bizsugar.com.

Take care,

Denise



Written by KimberlyTurner
572 days ago

I love that... "A rising tide raises all ships."



Written by bigmoneyweb
576 days ago

Great tips, Sometimes it is very good to share tips with your clients which will make you gain more trust from them and in return they will be coming back to buy from you due to your open minded!

thanks for sharing!



Written by KimberlyTurner
572 days ago

Absolutely! Gaining trust is very important to relationship-ing in any business!



Written by BizRock
577 days ago

True, and if you share your secrets people will look on you like business expert and that is huge credit among people even if they are your costumers or competitors!

Thank you for sharing!



Written by KimberlyTurner
572 days ago

...Right! Who doesn't want to be seen as an expert! Credibility it a great thing!



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