A novice entrepreneur thinks that in order to start doing something on his own, he needs experience, he needs to learn how to be a good specialist, he needs to learn how to manage other people, he needs to learn how to bookkeeping, he needs to learn how to keep cash discipline, keep track of finances, be a good salesperson, marketer, programmer and so on. Be a human octopus.
Looking ahead, I’ll say: in fact, you do not need anything. To start a business, you need to start it. No more, no less. Experience is a very relative and subjective matter. Someone has more experience, someone less. Continue reading
The basis of any business direction is the presence of regular customers or customers. Web analytics systems provide for multiple variations of viewing data on the return of visitors to the site.
Each business category has its own patterns regarding user returns to the Internet resource and repeated sales. There are several options for visiting the site again. Firstly, it is making repeated purchases, and secondly, it is making decisions regarding the acquisition of a product. Continue reading
More and more banks issue plastic cards with cashback. How to make the right choice?
In the wake of the consumer boom, banks are increasingly offering customers plastic cards with a cashback function, which provides for a return of 0.5–3% of the amount of purchases paid by the card. Such credit cards appeared in the United States in the 1980s, but reached Russia only in 2007. Now, cards with cashback are issued by two dozen banks, including regional ones, and the maximum percentage of return can be obtained not only with premium cards. Two-thirds of credit cards are credit, the rest are debit or settlement cards with interest on the balance. Forbes figured out whether it is profitable for customers to get such a bank card. Continue reading