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  Post #1 (permalink)   09-20-2011, 11:12 AM
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This is not a post full of rich important content that you are probably used to reading although I think this is a very important aspect that a lot of people do not take seriously.

If you are marketing locally (which I highly suggest), then you must be aware of how you are doing so. I've personally seen the affects of businesses expanding to quickly. By this, I mean businesses will go out and market in large cities around them, but not just one or two- all large cities. This has devastated many businesses because they simply do not have the workforce to work with each individual client, and build a strong company image.

Just a personal opinion and probably a more well known one- but there it is anyways

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This is not a post full of rich important content that you are probably used to reading although I think this is a very important aspect that a lot of people do not take seriously.

If you are marketing locally (which I highly suggest), then you must be aware of how you are doing so. I've personally seen the affects of businesses expanding to quickly. By this, I mean businesses will go out and market in large cities around them, but not just one or two- all large cities. This has devastated many businesses because they simply do not have the workforce to work with each individual client, and build a strong company image.

Just a personal opinion and probably a more well known one- but there it is anyways

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Isn't this so true. This is true whether local or globally, to much business is not good business as well.
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  Post #3 (permalink)   09-21-2011, 08:37 AM
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LOL - I'd rather have too much business than too little business. What I've seen over the years that's led to the demise of some companies is over diversification - spreading yourself too thin across multiple product lines. Of course, lack of funding and poor management play major roles as well. A great position to be in would be the ability to double your annual revenue without adding new staff.
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yes bring on the business, good point on being to diversified, you should always find your niche and go with it. Wearing too many hats makes a heavy head.
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