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Honesty in Marketing.

"I have been wondering whether there honest people in internet marketing because almost everyone coming up with a new program which is either a reproduction of another one which closed after people put their hard earned money into them or it as just a hyped up testimony which will rure especially the newbies int joinning thus losing money into them.

Can anybody tell me of an honest home based business out there?"

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The holiday season means a spike in sales for most businesses. At the same time, though, honesty is never a more powerful marketing tactic. Customers often value a comfortable experience, with a brand they can trust, more than they do product features – especially when they’re already rushed during a busy shopping season.

How can honesty improve your marketing strategy?

No matter what you have to offer, doing what’s best for the customer can never fail to bolster your marketing impact.

Positive publicity. According to Vocus, 77% of online shoppers base their purchase decisions on reviews from other customers. If website or Facebook visitors see glowing reports about your candid service or friendly, no-hassle interactions, they’ll more likely consider you as a reliable, trustworthy solution to their needs.

Good reputation. Have you ever decided to stop by a new store because you’ve heard ‘everyone’ buzzing about it? Studies have found that happy customers will tell 4-6 people about a positive brand experience (Source: White House Office of Consumer Affairs). That’s an encouraging invitation for prospects who may not be familiar with what you have to offer – especially if they feel they’ll be ‘joining’ their peers by sharing the same experience.

Repeat business. It’s plain and simple: if visitors feel they know and trust your brand, they’re more likely to come back. Just a 10% increase in customer retention can result in a 30% increase in the value of your company so it’s worth the effort to help customers become familiar and comfortable with your business.

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There are plenty, it depends on what you're looking for. Go with something that interests you and work your business around offering the best related products or services.

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It is not so easy to find. Neobux is good and honest but takes too much time to start earning good money

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Many marketers are not honest. You should look for signs of scam and avoid such programs

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"Am I trying to make our marketing look like something that isn't marketing?"

If you answer "yes," you're crossing into unethical territory.

Anything that makes an ad look like non-advertising is wrong. You're over the line if you're trying to disguise an ad as something else, especially something written by a consumer or reporter -- a Facebook post, a blog post, a tweet, a review, or a magazine article.

If you're doing this, you're trying to trick people. It's as simple as that.

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