SHUT THE DOOR
SHUT THE DOOR
MEANINGS are plentiful but just using the words doesn’t necessarily mean you understand the language. When you are engaged in conversation, do you always know the meaning of what the other person is trying to relate?
Use the phrase: Shut the door as an example. This should be straight forward, don’t you think? It’s not uncommon to misunderstand what someone is referring to if you are not from the region or country. Just learning to speak the language doesn’t mean you understand the content of the conversation. Let’s use the example of the phrase: Shut the door.
Shut the door-as you come in the house, will you shut the door
Shut the door– shut the door and keep the devil out
Shut the door– non-belief- shut the door! (un un, shut the door!)
Shut the door– psst, shut the door, the baby is sleeping
We can keep going but you get the picture. Phrases have various meanings dependent on the content of the conversation (or the writing).
OPEN THE DOOR
Open the door to better communication. NOW, it’s time to get down to business. Communication is at the optimal for success in business.We have become a Virtual Economy and our online business is an extension of who we are.
As we move forward with our online business presence, it becomes imperative that we keep the door open for better communication. We are not only providing products and services but we are providing ourselves in the process.
People don’t buy products and services, they buy you!
TO THE SUCCESS OF YOUR ONLINE BUSINESS, SHUT THE DOOR
Social Media has taught us the importance of forming relationships with our customer. Some people can’t go 5 hours without “connecting” on Face Book or “Tweeting” what some celeb just did on Twitter.
This led to the discovery of Social Media Marketing. It was just natural to engage with customers where they are. This was better than “disruptive marketing”.By this, most forms of marketing was meant to “disrupt” your customer and put your message in front of them.
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