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Be A Great Service Provider to Earn More

First of all, I would like to apologize if it took me weeks to write a new blog post but here I am presenting you an interesting topic.

The reason why I write a post that has a title of this is because whenever someone gives me great service more than I expected, I can't help myself to give extra money to him/her (a tip) because I'm happy and satisfied with the way how he/she performed his/her task, service or product.

Just like whenever I get a haircut from a barbershop, I make sure that I give a surplus in addition to the payment. Why? It simply because I'm thankful for the awesome experience I have with them. Besides, giving tip will make them happy and the next time you visit that person, you can expect a great service coming from them (I'm not saying that they're not giving their best to other customers but my point is they will do more things that you, yourself, couldn't imagine. For example, they will talk to you and have a small chat about things you're interested in, they will lighten your burden by influencing you with their happy outlook and good aura and a lot more).

Recently, I and my sister went to Sony Service Center somewhere in Makati to avail the one year warranty as her PS Vita has a malfunctioned left analog button. At that time, there was a storm so we decided to take a cab or taxi just to go to our destination. The driver helped us a lot since we didn't know where exactly the building was located. He showed us a very warming smile and you can feel how sincere he was when helping his passengers. Because of that, I gave him 150 pesos instead of 89 pesos (our taxi-metered bill) due to we reached our destination safely and I was glad about his attitude.

Anyway, what I presented here can also be applied to our internet marketing ventures. Don't just give and provide what people expect from you but always give extraordinary things that your customers, readers or visitors will surely get surprised the moment they receive/witness what you offer.

That's it! I hope in this short and brief post at least I paid my shortcomings of not posting here consistently. I will try my best to publish 1-2 blog post/s per week.

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