This post is mostly my way to express my gratitude to my customers and share an experience that really makes Internet Marketing worth a while! Seems like more and more people concentrate on making money online and unfortunately behind the rush certain core values becomes forgotten or perhaps pushed on back burner.
And yet, outside of earning from your effort I find that emotional value of accomplishment is perhaps the greatest asset we acquire when the product released that truly helps people.
Because in the end it is not “What” was the product that matters but “How” it managed to help other people. It is that positive impact that information we provide has on people’s lives that really matters the most. Enabling someone to make a step (or a giant leap) toward accomplishing his or her personal goal (whatever it might be) is what truly makes the difference.
Influencing someone else’s live in positive way has bigger rewards then monetary gains although I’m not saying that money are not important. Anyone in Internet Marketing field does what they do to accomplish one goal – achieve their personal financial freedom. However big or small it might be it doesn’t matter.
What matters is that we keep our eyes on The Value of our product and Customer satisfaction first and foremost. I have to admit that providing personal support to my customers sometimes time consuming, sometimes difficult but in the end – it is all worth it.
So with that … I would like to once again express my deepest gratitude to all the people who invested their hard earned dollars into my Web 2.0 Wealth product and proved to be an awesome customers! You comments are greatly appreciated and not forgotten.
Perhaps I’m just rambling on … its been a long night working some issues for my 9 to 5 grind but I felt this message was important because at the end all our efforts are worth nothing if our promises turned out to be just the hype and empty words. Providing a true solution and support is hard but someone has to do it …
Am I wrong? Would love to hear your comments …