You come to Twitter & tweet your business with pictures & the usual "pls RT, my customer maybe on your TL". The kind people on Twitter proceed to RT you to the moon.
You then go back to original tweet to "thread" that "you are thankful but overwhelmed with responses."
You are overwhelmed because you didn't anticipate the power of twitter
I see it a lot.
Of what good is 50,000 retweets if you cannot translate the amplification into cash?
Why tweet a call to action when you are totally unprepared to meet the action?
How customers, frustrated with the business process on an order they have spent money to get are responded to with things like: "we are overwhelmed", "you people don't follow instructions"
Baffling things that make you wonder where to draw the line.
Who sent you to open a business?
Why make business promises you can't keep? Why include customers in your business process? Why talk to customers derogatorily?
It doesn't matter that it's been answered before, do you, a business owner have to be "abusive"?
These days there are businesses who go on personality attacks on the gram, one's like "whoaa!"
- the demand
- the supply
- the service
- the people
- the process
Entrepreneurship is not "fun". Business is not a bus ride.
If you want success & staying power, get ready.
In the last 8 years, I've had to roll up my sleeves, grit my teeth & let my humanity take over. The people buying your product/service are HUMAN.
And if you can't handle the heat, get out of the kitchen