Making Changes In Business

Last Update: January 24, 2013
When running a business, a lot of times, there are a lot of changes that are made. When changes that effect other workers, arise, they all must be notified so they can be made aware. This goes for online businesses too. When changes are being made, the members of your site, should be made aware in advance so they won't be surprised when coming on the site. If businesses can send email promotions, email on what others are doing, why can't they send emails to let their members know what is going on. Everybody is not on a site 24 hours a day.

I understand that there are a lot of spammers on the internet, a lot of hackers, etc. There should be programs, that can protect the servers from crashing, or keep spammers away. It is not fare that every person that is doing right has to suffer the consequences because of immature people, and then not be notified of changes that were made. It's a sad shame that grown people can't act their age and not their shoe size. What are they getting out of being childish. I don't understand it. Doing business on line has to be better than what it is. I hope it gets better.
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dazzlefish Premium
Change is good. Hang on. Things will change. :-)
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The only sure thing is that things will change! Hope you come right!
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@RICH. Premium
Hey Ebony,

WAU is constantly evolving, it's changed a HUGE amount since I first joined 8 months ago and will be changing again next week. You couldn't try out WAU for free when I signed up, you had to splash-the-cash just to get through the door.

I think it's fantastic that now anyone can try WAU for free and decide whether or not it's for them. If they find it's what they're looking for, then an annual subscription is less than a $1 a day, which in my opinion is an absolute bargain. I pay more for my Lynda (http://www.lynda.com) subscription and use it a lot less. I also don't *learn-to-earn* from Lynda but simply view that training as an investment in myself.

Kyle and Carson are running a business. It's unrealistic to expect them to notify everyone who has ever signed up about each and every *tweak* to the site. I appreciate you're not happy about being unable to list websites or training but that's the price you pay for having free access. If you want more, then simply go premium.

Rich.
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In the real business world, its not unrealistic. because, when businesses make changes to policies, they have to make their customers or clients aware. As for Wa, being a free member or not, if they can email promotions, they can do so for changes as well.
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when you run a business you have to do the same. You cannot keep people in the dark of what is going in the business. It's bad business to not say anything. You will lose people if you do.
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@RICH. Premium
Exactly. If you become a customer of WAU you'll have those facilities. However, as you're trying it out for free you don't. I can't recall any business that sends me emails asking me as a *potential* or *actual* customer whether I mind if they *tweak* their site or not! As for the *real business world* I don't remember my local shop asking my permission to change their window display and I am definitely a paying customer of theirs!
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It doesn't matter if a person is trying it out. If there are changes to the site, everybody should be made known, not just premium members knowing. It is still not right. If you want the free members to become premium, keep a good relationship with them too.
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@RICH. Premium
WAU doesn't announce *tweaks* to premium members either. It isn't realistic to expect them to. They'd never get anything done!
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I hope it gets better for you and for me
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Everisingsun Premium
Nice Blog eward!. It makes sense to always keep your email list informed in what's happening with your business and website. I foresee a positive change in the future of internet business, but as technology improves to help us succeed, so does the technology for criminal activity...
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thats true. they will always be one step ahead.
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