Tuesday, December 23, 2008

The Win-Win Approach To Internet Marketing

The Win-Win Approach To Internet Marketing

The business and Internet marketing worlds are typically fast-paced cutthroat worlds wherein everyone looks out for himself, and day-to-day actions are done with seemingly no care for anyone else. Oftentimes, everyone is out to get as large a piece of the market as they can manage, regardless of the consequences to any other contender in the business world. Such is the harsh nature of Internet marketing, and it is a scenario that we have come to expect as par for the course. It may seem a bit strange then that anyone would suggest the merits of adopting a win-win approach to business and Internet marketing which is what we are doing here.

What you have to realize first of all is that win-win does not necessarily involve “playing nice” for its own sake, nor is it meant to solve any business or Internet marketing related concerns instantly. Instead, it is a long-term character blueprint for determining how you interact and collaborate with other people.

The win-win approach is not really all that outlandish when you think about it. After all, all businesses rely on a certain degree of interaction and cooperation with everyone involved. “No man is an island” as the well-worn saying goes, and this applies to business and Internet marketing just as much as it does to many other aspects of life.

Nevertheless, many of us have been conditioned to see business as a cutthroat competition, where success often comes as at the cost of someone else’s failure. What the win-win mentality involves however is the realization that this “all or nothing” approach does not have to be the only way to conduct a business. Instead, it relies on cooperation between all participants in a way that results in the good of everyone concerned. Just as the name implies, everyone in a win-win scenario gets to have a piece of the pie.

The win-win approach to conducting business requires a few qualities from the people involved, most notably: integrity, maturity, and a belief in abundance. Integrity involves staying true to the values and commitments that you have set for yourself. Maturity is the ability to express ideas with courage and at the same time with consideration for the other people involved. As for abundance, it is the belief that there are more than enough rewards for everyone to partake in.

When you apply the win-win approach to Internet marketing, you basically discard the notion that you either have to be cold hearted and brutal to succeed, and that being the nice guy means that you will end up last. The win-win mentality instead relies you to play both roles, but always with the other person in mind. It actually involves a constant balancing act between being confident and courageous enough to do what is necessary to get the job done, but also being considerate of the goals and feelings of the other people in the business, whether they are your partners, your co-workers, your employees or your customers. When you manage to achieve this, everyone wins.

2 comments:

jaine said...

Information provided in regard to internet marketing is real good. I agree with your statement, in the current day world no one bother about the other. We can hardly find some companies who ethically do their business.

Sacred said...

Hey Jaine,

Thanks for the comments, and I would agree it hard to find a really good win win situation and business agreement in the Internet Marketing business. But know there are still many chances out there, and that I do win win internet marketing business all the time with integrity, high ethics, and morals.

Thanks again!

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