How People Communicate And Do Business Has Forever Changed
The stats below show you what the Internet has done to change the way we humans communicate and interact with each other and also the way business is now being done. This makes the change between horse and buggies and cars look tame in comparison and the pace of this change is only going to increase and become even more fragmented. It is great for those the “get this” and it will fatal for those businesses that don’t. And more than likely, it will be swift. This also represents a change for Governments with just as swift consequences as well, but I don’t want to go there now and may discuss this later.
But the bottom line is that you need to start getting on board with the program. The good thing is that the vast majority of businesses do not have their act together when it comes to any of these things. Oh, there are a number of them that get “it”. One of the things is that you don’t have to become an expert, but you do have to know the basics and and have all of the components in place. I will show you how to pull it all together in upcoming posts.
Even implementing all of the parts at a C level will overwhelm your competition. While it is cool to have an A game, you do not need it to be massively successful. And the biggest thing is that you do not need any expensive technical Gurus. Point in fact because they are so focused, I see a lot of them missing the boat as far as gaining benefits of a complete plan. If you are reading this blog, given the right tools, I know you are smart and have enough skills to pull it all together and gain the benefits in no time flat.
OK, take a look at these figures and tell me that you can afford to ignore them.
The bottom line is it represents why I have been telling my clients to get their acts together with their online business models and pull everything together. Do it, and do it now or face extinction.
I have some other figures that I will post as well that are pretty phenomenal. Don’t wait, get your Internet act together.
Andrew “Easy” Anderson