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Fashion / Ways That Work: How To Really Get More Customers To Your Business by Youngpharmz(m): 12:16pm On Jul 06
As business owners, our major priority is to get more clients and close more deals as much as we can. If we fail to attract customers, a tedious struggle with our business is inevitable. The essence of this post is to educate us on effective ways to get more customers, much more than we have before.
This information is very practical and you can start right away, today, here and now.

1. Ask for referrals
Referrals are one of the best ways to get new customers—but if you sit back and wait for your current customers to refer their friends and family members to you, you could be waiting a long time. Take charge by implementing a system for actively soliciting referrals from your satisfied customers. Build referral-generating activity into the sales process. Have your salespeople ask for referrals when they follow up with customers to answer questions after the sale.

2. Use Trade Focal
Trade Focal is a platform that you can grow your business reach massively. It's a marketing agency committed to helping businesses grow, for free. All you have to do is visit https://tradefocal.com/grow-your-business/ , register for free and upload your business. Then your business is exposed to the steady stream of service finders that visit their website. They also feature businesses, initiate referrals and have an amazing customer support to make your experience largely beautiful. What makes it standout from other marketing agencies is that majority of their services is free.

3. Network
Generate good old-fashioned word-of-mouth by participating in networking organizations and events relevant to your industry and your customers. Be sure to approach networking with the attitude, “How can I help others?” rather than “What’s in it for me?” By thinking about how you be of service, you’ll build relationships that lead to new customers.

4. Offer discounts and incentives for new customers only
Introductory offers, such as a two-week course at your web design school for N3000, can lure curious customers in your door by providing a low-risk way to try your products or services. Track which customers redeem the special offer, then target them with marketing message encouraging and enticing them to keep buying from you.

5. Re-contact old customers
Everything old can be new again—including old customers who haven’t done business with you in a while. Go through your customer contacts on a regular basis and, after six months or a year without an interaction or purchase, reach out to dormant customers with a special offer via email, direct mail or phone. They’ll be glad you remembered them and want to win them back.

6. Get or improve your website.
These days, consumers and buyers alike find new businesses primarily by searching online. That means your website has to do some heavy lifting to attract new customers. Give your website a once-over to make sure that the design, content, graphics and SEO are up-to-date. If this isn’t your strong suit, it’s worth enlisting the services of a website design company and/or SEO expert to help.

7. Partner with complementary businesses
Team up with businesses that have a similar customer base, but aren’t directly competitive, and strategize how you can target each other’s customers to drive new business to each other. For example, a maternity clothing website and a baby products website could pair up to offer discounts and deals to each other’s customers.

8. Participate in community events. All else being equal, most people like to support independent businesses in their communities. Raise your profile in your community by taking part in charity events and organizations. Sponsor a local fun run, organize a holiday “toys for kids” donation, or supply a Little League team in your city with equipment. It gets your name out there, which helps bring in new customers.
Business To Business / Quickest Ways To Get More Clients For Your Business In Nigeria!!!! by Youngpharmz(m): 11:50am On Jul 06
As business owners, our major priority is to get more clients and close more deals as much as we can. If we fail to attract customers, a tedious struggle with our business is inevitable. The essence of this post is to educate us on effective ways to get more customers, much more than we have before.
This information is very practical and you can start right away, today, here and now.

1. Ask for referrals
Referrals are one of the best ways to get new customers—but if you sit back and wait for your current customers to refer their friends and family members to you, you could be waiting a long time. Take charge by implementing a system for actively soliciting referrals from your satisfied customers. Build referral-generating activity into the sales process. Have your salespeople ask for referrals when they follow up with customers to answer questions after the sale.

2. Use Trade Focal
Trade Focal is a platform that you can grow your business reach massively. It's a marketing agency committed to helping businesses grow, for free. All you have to do is visit https://tradefocal.com/grow-your-business/ , register for free and upload your business. Then your business is exposed to the steady stream of service finders that visit their website. They also feature businesses, initiate referrals and have an amazing customer support to make your experience largely beautiful. What makes it standout from other marketing agencies is that majority of their services is free.

3. Network
Generate good old-fashioned word-of-mouth by participating in networking organizations and events relevant to your industry and your customers. Be sure to approach networking with the attitude, “How can I help others?” rather than “What’s in it for me?” By thinking about how you be of service, you’ll build relationships that lead to new customers.

4. Offer discounts and incentives for new customers only
Introductory offers, such as a two-week course at your web design school for N3000, can lure curious customers in your door by providing a low-risk way to try your products or services. Track which customers redeem the special offer, then target them with marketing message encouraging and enticing them to keep buying from you.

5. Re-contact old customers
Everything old can be new again—including old customers who haven’t done business with you in a while. Go through your customer contacts on a regular basis and, after six months or a year without an interaction or purchase, reach out to dormant customers with a special offer via email, direct mail or phone. They’ll be glad you remembered them and want to win them back.

6. Get or improve your website.
These days, consumers and buyers alike find new businesses primarily by searching online. That means your website has to do some heavy lifting to attract new customers. Give your website a once-over to make sure that the design, content, graphics and SEO are up-to-date. If this isn’t your strong suit, it’s worth enlisting the services of a website design company and/or SEO expert to help.

7. Partner with complementary businesses
Team up with businesses that have a similar customer base, but aren’t directly competitive, and strategize how you can target each other’s customers to drive new business to each other. For example, a maternity clothing website and a baby products website could pair up to offer discounts and deals to each other’s customers.

8. Participate in community events. All else being equal, most people like to support independent businesses in their communities. Raise your profile in your community by taking part in charity events and organizations. Sponsor a local fun run, organize a holiday “toys for kids” donation, or supply a Little League team in your city with equipment. It gets your name out there, which helps bring in new customers.

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Business / Re: The Cheapest Price Of Getting A Website (possibly free) by Youngpharmz(m): 7:09am On Dec 07, 2020
Cool
Webmasters / Re: Please What Is The Name Of The Plugin Used To Achieve This In Wordpress [photo] by Youngpharmz(m): 3:17pm On Sep 15, 2020
charlisco:
Please what is the name of the plugin used to achieve this function on wordpress
show or hide answer in a plug post
This is for quiz right? There are many free plugins you use to create a quiz or test. It mustn't be this particular one.
Webmasters / Re: SEO Writers Needed - I Will Pay by Youngpharmz(m): 3:11pm On Sep 15, 2020
There is a lot of factors to a good SEO and these factors are constantly changing everyday. SEO writing just by itself isn't enough to make your blog rank. There a lot of backlinks to build, a lot of optimization to make for speed, a lot of website errors and compatibility issues to fix, a ton file optimization settings to make, a capacity for patience is needed. The list is tedious and unending. If you want to do well, you'll need someone with experience and technical know-how.
Unfortunately they won't agree with your price. However I can help you. Why? Because experience has taught me that blogging is full of shit and depression if you don't do it the right way. I Know how it feels to write good articles and not find them on Google. That stuff isn't cool. You don't have to go through the same experience. I'll make the job more easy for you... Well if you think you can work with me
Health / Re: Fact: Every Nigerian Is Expected To Die At 54 Years by Youngpharmz(m): 2:49pm On Sep 15, 2020
Ninejaywon:


No. it can never be a fact. There are still people who do care abt their health and still clock 70 and aboves. What you have up there is just a generalized statement with no basis of fact.
Of course there are. There people that clock 100 to. What I mean is on average. By the time you include the number of people who die at young ages and compile it with those that die old, you find out that the average number lies at 45
Health / Re: Fact: Every Nigerian Is Expected To Die At 54 Years by Youngpharmz(m): 8:53am On Sep 15, 2020
Ninejaywon:
This is not a fact. I believe if one adopts a healthy lifestyle and don't get hit by other causes like accidents and the likes, then he can hit even 100.
It's a fact because stats have shown that most people don't care about adopting healthy lifestyle.
Health / Re: Fill In The Symptoms You're Having And Find Out The Disease Immediately by Youngpharmz(m): 4:00pm On Sep 12, 2020
Fill in the required details to proceed, type all the symptoms you're having and any other details you wish to add. In 3 seconds, the disease that match the symptoms perfectly will be displayed.
You'll also learn the possible cause of the disease, how to treat it and many other important information.

It could really save you time and money!

Start now at https://healthward.xyz/symptom-checker
Health / Fill In The Symptoms You're Having And Find Out The Disease Immediately by Youngpharmz(m): 12:27pm On Sep 11, 2020
If you've been experiencing some symptoms of a strange illness you're not sure of, and you want to know the most likely disease without seeing a doctor...
Maybe because you can't book an appointment immediately but you want to know what it is, click this link below.

Fill in the required details to proceed, type all the symptoms you're having and any other details you wish to add. In 3 seconds, the disease that match the symptoms perfectly will be displayed.
You'll also learn the possible cause of the disease, how to treat it and many other important information.

It could really save you time and money!

Start now at https://healthward.xyz/symptom-checker
Health / Re: Richest Health Bloggers In Nigeria by Youngpharmz(m): 9:35pm On Sep 10, 2020
There are a lot of Health blogs in Nigeria. My favorite remains Healthward because of the quality of their topics. They answer health questions that people don't really answer

https://healthward.xyz/
Health / Re: Fact: Every Nigerian Is Expected To Die At 54 Years by Youngpharmz(m): 7:03pm On Sep 10, 2020
culf:
God's own is final.


We seriously need take good care of ourselves o. Eat fruit, more Natural food and regular exercise.
True talk
Health / Fact: Every Nigerian Is Expected To Die At 54 Years by Youngpharmz(m): 6:23pm On Sep 10, 2020
Note: This article is reposted from Healthward

You are expected to die at 54 years of age.

Well not just you, everyone, every Nigerian.

The life expectancy of a Nigerian is 54 years. You didn't know? A more saddening is the fact that in the world, Nigeria has the fifth-lowest life expectancy!

In case you're unclear about what life expectancy is, it means how long people in a given region live.

Nigeria is the fifth worse among 186 countries in the world. And why is this? What is it about Japan that gives them an edge of 85 years, even with their ridiculously high risk of Natural disasters?
What are the factors that contribute to you having a healthy, fit, and happy life?
I mean, is there an exact thing can you do to obtain a solid assurance of a long and beautiful life?

Well, I'm afraid the answer to that question does not lie here.
I don't know what you can do, but there is one thing I know you should stop doing, that every one of us should stop doing


Stop giving less priority to your health

Don't say you aren't because I can prove you are. I can prove it by accessing how much you know about your health. What do you know about first aid? About the food you eat?
About the amount of damage you cause when you don't wash your hands before eating because you hold faith that bacteria doesn't kill an African man (yet we die more).

Apart from a good economy and access to quality medical care, another thing countries with high life expectancy hold in common is that they are very meticulous about health information and health education. It's not just about their government. Even the people.

Being very knowledgeable about your health and that of those around you is very vital☝�.

You can't change your government, you can't change the country's economy, but you can change your home
when you know how to stop bleeding from your child's wound all by yourself before rushing to the hospital
when you know what to do when a kid around you starts convulsing, or when someone faints in front of you
when you know exactly how to use bitter leaf to reduce fever, the one you eat often.

It is our deepest desire for everyone to be healthy and happy. That's why we have created a health educative platform where you learn what you need to know. Where you ask questions on health issues you can't seem to find an answer to and we will certainly answer

Healthward is a community of strong and healthy Africans, particularly Nigerians, doing the one thing that the majority don't do. Paying real attention to their health. This is new, we're just beginning, but there is so much we can achieve together. There is a lot of ignorance we can lift together.

We really wish you would sign up, register, be a member of the community, interact with others in the platform, and build knowledge.

We're highly expectant because we believe you care!
Let's create something new together.

Click this link to get started https://healthward.xyz/join-healthward/

Health / Re: Why Many Countries Have Become Malaria-free And Nigeria Haven’t by Youngpharmz(m): 8:52pm On Sep 07, 2020
dora170:
True
Yeah
Health / Re: Why Many Countries Have Become Malaria-free And Nigeria Haven’t by Youngpharmz(m): 1:19pm On Sep 07, 2020
descarado:

Your comment reminded me of one of my drs who insisted my child has malaria before lab test when I was in Nigeria cheesy

Never knew I can be malaria free too and this was something I thought my body can never conquer. Like for yrs.

Yes, anybody can be malaria free. If you're treated and not exposed to the parasite any longer.
Health / Re: Why Many Countries Have Become Malaria-free And Nigeria Haven’t by Youngpharmz(m): 1:18pm On Sep 07, 2020
oz4real83:
most of u always ignore some parts of people's comments and grab only the parts that suit u. I never said only the poor got infected by malaria. I said the poor had more tendency because of the environments some of them live in.
I get you bro
Health / Re: Why Many Countries Have Become Malaria-free And Nigeria Haven’t by Youngpharmz(m): 12:41pm On Sep 07, 2020
oz4real83:
If malaria has the same mode of transmission like ebola and covid-19, it would have become a foregone issue long ago. It tends to affect the poor most because it is the poor that have the likelihood of living in untidy and mosquito-infested environments.
Malaria does not just tend to affect the poor. It affects everyone, even the rich.
Health / Re: Why Many Countries Have Become Malaria-free And Nigeria Haven’t by Youngpharmz(m): 12:35pm On Sep 07, 2020
Youngpharmz:
Have you ever wondered why many countries have become malaria-free and others haven’t? Is there a secret or some strategy they used and kept this knowledge to themselves? Have they tried to help countries still suffering and losing children to this parasite? or the fault comes from the suffering countries themselves?

Let’s address this right away

What is malaria?
Malaria is a life-threatening disease. This means that every time you have malaria, there’s a chance you’re going to die from it. It’s typically transmitted through the bite of an infected Anopheles mosquito. Infected mosquitoes carry the Plasmodium parasite. When this mosquito bites you, the parasite is released into your bloodstream.

Once the parasites are inside your body, they travel to the liver, where they mature. After several days, the mature parasites enter the bloodstream and begin to infect red blood cells.

Within 2 to 3 days, the parasites inside the red blood cells multiply, causing the infected cells to burst open. The parasites continue to infect red blood cells, resulting in symptoms that occur in cycles that last two to three days at a time.

Malaria is typically found in tropical and subtropical climates where the parasites can live. The World Health Organization (WHO)Trusted Source states that, in 2016, there were an estimated 216 million cases of malaria in 91 countries.

How many people does malaria kill?
In 2018, there were an estimated 228 million cases of malaria worldwide.

The estimated number of malaria deaths stood at 405 000 in 2018.

Children aged under 5 years are the most vulnerable group affected by malaria; in 2018, they accounted for 67% (272 000) of all malaria deaths worldwide.

The African Region carries a disproportionately high share of the global malaria burden. In 2018, the region was home to 93% of malaria cases and 94% of malaria deaths. Trusted source

It was worse in 2003 when malaria killed an African child every 30 seconds. Source

It’s a deadly disease and should never be taken likely.


Which countries have become malaria-free?
A lot of countries, some did it as far back as 1970. Europe as a continent has been malaria-free since 1975! Get a more detailed report here

Only four territories in Africa have been certified malaria-free. Algeria is one of them, while Nigeria remains the country with the most cases of malaria in the world, accounting for 25% of global cases! Also, Nigeria has the most deaths from malaria accounting for 19% of global deaths from malaria! Trusted source(2018)

How did they do it?
How did these countries become malaria-free? Secret drugs? Hidden special centers for malaria? They had the cure, all along? No, not at all, far from all these!

We’ll use Europe as a case study to find out how African countries can get rid of malaria

Europe and Malaria
Europe has been malaria-free since 1975 and here’s how they did it

https://healthward.xyz/why-many-countries-have-become-malaria-free-and-others-havent/
Hmm
Health / Why Many Countries Have Become Malaria-free And Nigeria Haven’t by Youngpharmz(m): 12:34pm On Sep 07, 2020
Have you ever wondered why many countries have become malaria-free and others haven’t? Is there a secret or some strategy they used and kept this knowledge to themselves? Have they tried to help countries still suffering and losing children to this parasite? or the fault comes from the suffering countries themselves?

Let’s address this right away

What is malaria?
Malaria is a life-threatening disease. This means that every time you have malaria, there’s a chance you’re going to die from it. It’s typically transmitted through the bite of an infected Anopheles mosquito. Infected mosquitoes carry the Plasmodium parasite. When this mosquito bites you, the parasite is released into your bloodstream.

Once the parasites are inside your body, they travel to the liver, where they mature. After several days, the mature parasites enter the bloodstream and begin to infect red blood cells.

Within 2 to 3 days, the parasites inside the red blood cells multiply, causing the infected cells to burst open. The parasites continue to infect red blood cells, resulting in symptoms that occur in cycles that last two to three days at a time.

Malaria is typically found in tropical and subtropical climates where the parasites can live. The World Health Organization (WHO)Trusted Source states that, in 2016, there were an estimated 216 million cases of malaria in 91 countries.

How many people does malaria kill?
In 2018, there were an estimated 228 million cases of malaria worldwide.

The estimated number of malaria deaths stood at 405 000 in 2018.

Children aged under 5 years are the most vulnerable group affected by malaria; in 2018, they accounted for 67% (272 000) of all malaria deaths worldwide.

The African Region carries a disproportionately high share of the global malaria burden. In 2018, the region was home to 93% of malaria cases and 94% of malaria deaths. Trusted source

It was worse in 2003 when malaria killed an African child every 30 seconds. Source

It’s a deadly disease and should never be taken likely.


Which countries have become malaria-free?
A lot of countries, some did it as far back as 1970. Europe as a continent has been malaria-free since 1975! Get a more detailed report here

Only four territories in Africa have been certified malaria-free. Algeria is one of them, while Nigeria remains the country with the most cases of malaria in the world, accounting for 25% of global cases! Also, Nigeria has the most deaths from malaria accounting for 19% of global deaths from malaria! Trusted source(2018)

How did they do it?
How did these countries become malaria-free? Secret drugs? Hidden special centers for malaria? They had the cure, all along? No, not at all, far from all these!

We’ll use Europe as a case study to find out how African countries can get rid of malaria

Europe and Malaria
Europe has been malaria-free since 1975 and here’s how they did it

Continue reading by clicking the link below
https://healthward.xyz/why-many-countries-have-become-malaria-free-and-others-havent/
Celebrities / Re: 10 Most Beautiful celebrities In Nigeria according to youth village (pictures) by Youngpharmz(m): 3:52pm On Aug 25, 2020
Sherrylotanna1:
Where is omotola ?
Azin eh... This is far from correct o

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Education / Re: 7 Little Things You Do That Can Reduce Your Life Span by Youngpharmz(m): 8:15am On Aug 07, 2020
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Romance / Re: (URGENT !!!) 10 Shocking Foods To Avoid Before Having Sex by Youngpharmz(m): 8:13am On Aug 07, 2020
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Romance / Re: (URGENT !!!) 10 Shocking Foods To Avoid Before Having Sex by Youngpharmz(m): 9:37am On Aug 06, 2020
Romance / Re: (URGENT !!!) 10 Shocking Foods To Avoid Before Having Sex by Youngpharmz(m): 6:34pm On Aug 05, 2020
princepee:
Story! I can eat all of the above and still perform well, nobi by food, if congi catch you eat whatever you go still do the do.
lol... i feel your vibe
Romance / Re: (URGENT !!!) 10 Shocking Foods To Avoid Before Having Sex by Youngpharmz(m): 6:33pm On Aug 05, 2020
MadeINchenzen2:
it's only a simp that would react differently.
It's alright. Let's end it here
Romance / Re: (URGENT !!!) 10 Shocking Foods To Avoid Before Having Sex by Youngpharmz(m): 5:31pm On Aug 05, 2020
gene7:
Oboy eh... 365 different styles in the book
Guy you didn't need to post this. You sef
Romance / Re: (URGENT !!!) 10 Shocking Foods To Avoid Before Having Sex by Youngpharmz(m): 5:30pm On Aug 05, 2020
MadeINchenzen2:
That's it ! maturity is knowing how !

choice of words and language is a very important factor here.

perhaps if anyone refers to you as he did, u wouldn't have a problem with it right?
I would have a problem with it, but I wouldn't react the way you did
Romance / Re: (URGENT !!!) 10 Shocking Foods To Avoid Before Having Sex by Youngpharmz(m): 3:29pm On Aug 05, 2020
MadeINchenzen2:
I was waiting for u to say that... I know how u think. I also know how low u reason. just another unintelligent cyber loafer.


That was harsh o... I think he was just kidding
Romance / Re: (URGENT !!!) 10 Shocking Foods To Avoid Before Having Sex by Youngpharmz(m): 12:04pm On Aug 05, 2020
Vyzz:
Na to just drink Akamu before releasing the Akamu
Great words sir

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