Excel in the Business Industry By Making Your Employees Wear Personalised Clothing

Choosing clothes for people in your business can be troublesome and it is even more troublesome to choose a clothing company to trust. However, bespoke clothing and uniforms are essential to your company and they are as important as your company image. The garbs your employees wear say a lot about your company. They show more than aesthetic values because they give off an impression. Clever businessmen aspire for uniqueness, even in the clothes they wear in their company.No matter how big or small your business is you cannot ignore the fact that you need to have your own line of uniforms for your workers. They have to look dignified in the workplace while serving your clients and customers. More than looking dignified, uniforms allow customers to easily identify your workers. For instance, imagine a grocery store wherein salesclerks wear different clothes. Can you actually imagine your workers wearing multicolored outfits? You might have trouble distinguishing between your employees and your customers, and shoppers will definitely be troubled by the same thing. It is also not enough that you make your employees wear similar clothes because you need to make them wear a unique set of apparel that only they wear in your locality. Personalised clothing and uniform for your workers ensure that they will be identified as a single team and it will create a good impression on your company which means that you are decent and you mean business.Clothes makers assure you that you can never go wrong with personalised work outfits. The choosing of personalised garbs is something you can do alone but asking a seamstress or designer will help you come up with better options. An experienced designer, who has served many clients and who has done garbs for different companies, can help you in many ways. For one, they can help tell you which design for uniforms have been used by other companies and this is important because you don’t want to have clothes design that looks like another company’s design. Expert clothes makers can also help you decide which cut and logo design will create more impact on your business. Since you would probably be including your company logo and perhaps your business slogan on personalised garbs, you should ensure that the outcome would create a great impression.Consumers will have greater respect for you and your business if the people working for you wear the proper uniforms. Uniform clothing is a vital facet of your system and investing on uniform garbs will create a huge difference. If you’re thinking of enhancing your existing business, the best way is to make your workers and staff wear similar outfits because that will show your integrity and professionalism. Moreover, personalised uniforms will boost the morale of your workers. In addition, they will save themselves from the trouble of having to rummage through their closets to find suitable clothes to wear each day.Fabric is important when buying personalised clothes or when having them done. Cotton-based fabrics are popular because of the comfort they provide. But feel free to discuss fabric choices with your seamstress or clothes maker. Fabric quality is much more important than you think primarily because this uncomfortable fabric affects the performance of your employees.If you are buying uniform clothes as a group, get the body measurements of your employees to make sure they get the right fit. Uniforms that come too tight or too loose are useless.All in all, you want to make arrangements with a trusted clothing and garments company. That is totally understandable because you cannot risk your money by paying someone who does not provide reliable services. Ask people for recommendations or you can look online to find out which clothes and uniform makers are topnotch in the business.

Prospecting For Commercial Real Estate Listings

When you prospect in commercial real estate sales or leasing situations, you will meet with and will talk to many people on a daily basis. The more people you do this with the better. Prospecting is critical to your business growth and listing processes in any market.It is interesting to consider what prospecting situation you find yourself most often in. The answer is different for everyone as each person has communication preferences and methods of approach that works for them over other standard approaches. It is therefore most important to prospect in the way that suits your character and business style.Your daily prospecting method should be the thing that works for you and gives you the best results and could be any or all of:Telephone
Door to door
Networking events
Face to face contactIn all respects the prospecting and meeting process will be enhanced if you refine it and use a small number of statements that gain the attention of the prospect. We call these statements ‘Prospect Value Statements’ (PVS) and they must relate to you and your commercial or investment real estate market.Prospect Value StatementsThe ‘Prospect Value Statement’ is one of a kind and should match you, your business, and your focus. It should clearly declare and communicate the fundamental reason why your organisation exists and why you’re selling or leasing commercial investment property from the prospects perspective. It is the most important thing that you can learn and use in commercial real estate. That being said, it is amazing how many salespeople in commercial real estate do not master the concept and some never even know about it. The PVS is such an important statement to your conversion process that we will spend time now on it in helping you design your own.So why is the PVS so important? It succinctly, clearly, and precisely defines what you do and how you do it in commercial real estate. Better still, it does so in a way that your clients and prospects can see and know why they should do business with you. The PVS will tell them that you are better than the competition agents in the market.The PVS plays a role in just about every business opportunity and prospecting situation that you come across.Sample of a Commercial PVS’We assist our commercial investor clients in the industrial market at Salisbury to find new tenants that match their investment plan or cash flow expectations, and therefore enjoy a more stable occupancy. We do this by canvassing all tenant changes in the region for the coming 3 years and directing deals to the desirable tenants at the right time for our clients.’Sample Structure of a PVS’We assist our commercial clients (companies, tenants, or investors) in the … industry (or business, or market segment, or location) to … and enjoy … We do this by …’To make this work, it’s important for you to know and really understand what end result benefit you actually deliver to your commercial real estate prospects, customers and clients (be they landlords, tenants or investors). You also need to know exactly what benefit your prospects or clients actually want to gain, enjoy, achieve, or have in this market. Your PVS is matched to the end user of your services at all times.’Your PVS will also change over time as it will have relevance to the current market conditions and the pressures that your prospects need resolved.’So What Results and Benefits do Prospects Need?Before you start to create a PVS or a series of them for you and your business, let’s define some of the results and benefits that are typical desired outcomes for a client or prospect in a commercial real estate sale or lease situation. Consider your market. What are the priorities of the prospects that you deal with today?Commercial Real Estate Lease situations:Stable tenant
Good rent
Long lease
Major tenants
Quality tenants
Ability to refurbish
Make good obligations
Growth of rent
Stability of rent
Sound lease document
Resolving vacancies faster Commercial Real Estate Sales situations:Quick sale
Higher price
Confidential sale
Method of sale
Faster settlement
Good enquiry
Good promotion and marketing
Comprehensive market coverage
Sale to investors
Sale to owner occupiersGiven these benefits and your market trends now in your location, you should be able to easily construct a series of PVS models that suit the prospects that you deal with. Ideally you should be able to quickly call on 2 or 3 of these statements in any prospecting conversation to match the needs or interest of the prospect you are talking to.

Your Web Articles Are Stolen – What Do You Do?

First of all, you need to realize that, at the start of matters, it rests with you alone whether or not to do something about it. No one else will start the process for you. If you are determined to do something about it, then here’s the procedure you need to follow when your web articles are stolen – your copyright is infringed – by being copied in a manner that violates your terms and conditions of use.Find Out About Violators1. Regularly search the internet using unique phrases from within your articles, putting them inside double quotation marks, to discover sites that have reproduced your work.2. Set up free Google Alerts by selecting words or phrases within your articles and putting them into Alerts. Also, put your personal name into an Alert. When these terms appear anywhere on the web you’ll receive an email with a link to the website using them.3.Consider also using free plagiarism detection software and plagiarism monitoring websites for the rare occasions when Google Alerts fail to detect sites using only parts of your articles.4.Then, you need to personally inspect the pages of the the websites involved and see if the resource box is present, and if the links are good and in working order. The article and resource box may look good and links work alright but a further check needs to be made by viewing the source code of the page your article is on. Bring up the source code page. Locate your resource box links in the source code by looking for your domain name. Check whether or not the links are marked with rel=”nofollow”. If so, that stops the search engines from counting these links to your website when calculating your site’s ranking. So, if the resource boxes are missing, or the links dont work, or have a “nofollow” you have just located sites that have improperly copied your articles and violated your terms and conditions of use. Your copyright is infringed, your web articles are stolen! Now…Decide On Actions Against ViolatorsDetermine your course of action in various situations:-If it’s a distribution site that doesn’t include an “author’s box” (resource box) the way it should, don’t distribute there anymore.-If it’s on a private site and they omit the “author’s box” but give attribution to a distribution site, then contact the distribution site and tell them of the violation.-If it’s on someone’s blog site and being used without displaying the “author’s box”, you can post, under your article, a comment with your missing info in it for all to see.-If it’s on a private site and being used without displaying the “author’s box”, you can complain to the site owner/webmaster by email. (not always possible)- If it’s on a private site and being used without displaying the “author’s box”, you can complain to the webhost by email (most preferable and effective)Find Addresses Of ViolatorsWhen you need to send an email regarding an offending site, get the ‘contact info’:- By searching the site for it, or- If email addresses are unavailable, you could search out the owner/webmaster’s contact info by making use of a ‘whois’ lookup service. You’ll find a lot of them for free on the web. A ‘whois’ domain name lookup should provide you with the owner of the domain name and the website. But, the problem here is the owner’s info may be hidden behind that of some in-between service or else its phony. So, what you really need to do is locate the webhost. To do that, use a name resolution service and find the website’s IP address. Then do a ‘whois’ lookup on the IP address. This will provide you info about the host of the website, and may also include info about the procedure to follow with DMCA” (Digital Millennium Copyright Act) complaints. With the owner/webmaster contact info you can go on to What to Say… steps 1 & 2, etc if you wish. But, if you can only find webhost contact info, skip What to Say… and go to Filing DMCA Complaints…What To Say To Violators1. Contact the owner/webmaster, when its possible, of the offending site in a polite but firm, non-threatening manner and ask them to fix the oversight. This will usually get the results you want.(Example A) Explain that your copyrighted material is infringed as follows, and request its removal by a specific date within 72 hours:”This is a Notice of Infringement as authorized in 512(c) of the U.S. Copyright Law under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act [DMCA]. The article [title] _____________________ as displayed on the site [URL]___________ violates my terms and conditions of use, so it is an unauthorized reproduction of my copyrighted material originally found at: [URL of article directory used] ___________________ Please remove this article by the date of ______________ or I will file an official complaint with the U.S. Copyright Office, FeedBurner and Google, Inc. Google’s response may include removing or disabling access to material claimed to be the subject of infringing activity and/or terminating subscribers.Thank you, [Your Name]“(Example B) in the case of a blog site, you might want, instead, to post a comment beneath your infringed content as follows for all readers to see:”Hi! Thanks for using my article, [title] _________________ Please post this comment with it: my byline _____________________, the original source URL__________________, and my website URL ____________________Thanks again [Your Name]“2. If, after contacting the site owner/webmaster, according to Example A, and they take no action within 72 hours, or, according to Example B, and the blogsite doesn’t permit your comment to go on-page under your stolen article, make use of a formal Cease and Desist Order which may help get removal of your infringed content. Fill out and email the C & D Order to them. Note: the C & D Order may be insufficient to have infringed content removed in the case of certain websites, like some of those owned and managed outside of North America – for these you may have to go on to Filing DMCA Complaints… below.Sample: Cease And Desist OrderDear Sir: I am the proprietor of all copyright in a literary work entitled ______________________ (The “Work”). I have reserved all rights in the Work, which was first expressed in material form on (date) _______________. It has come to my attention that your Work entitled ___________________________ is identical/ substantially similar to my copyrighted Work. My permission was neither asked for nor granted to reproduce my Work and your Work therefore constitutes infringement of my rights. In terms of the Copyright Statutes, I am entitled to an injunction against your continued infringement, as well as to recover damages from you for the loss I have suffered as a result of your infringing conduct. In the circumstances, I demand that you immediately:1. remove all of my infringed content and notify me in writing that you have done so;2. credit all of my infringed content to myself in the following manner:(your byline)___;3. immediately cease the use and distribution of my copyrighted material;4. undertake in writing to desist from using any of my copyrighted Work in future without prior written authority from me.I await to hear from you by no later than close of business on: (date)____________________. This is written without prejudice to my rights, all of which are hereby expressly reserved.Yours faithfully, [Your Name]Filing DMCA Complaints About ViolatorsIf an email and/or a Cease and Desist Order is ignored, or the only contact info you can find is for the webhost, the next step is to file a DMCA (Digital Millennium Copyright Act) Complaint (**see end):- with the website hosting company (the most effective procedure)- with the various search engines. (##see end) Sending a DMCA complaint to the search engines will lead to the unauthorized site being removed from search engine results.- For some blogs a DMCA complaint must be filled out, signed and submitted by fax or mail. It will take several weeks from submitting the DMCA complaint to the time when the infringed content is removed.Keep A Record Of ViolatorsKeep a record of offending sites and the actions you took, and go back to those sites on occasion to make sure they haven’t played games with you by reposting your content again at a later date. If your web articles are stolen again then you need to get back to the webhost involved and re-submit a DMCA complaint along with a letter explaining matters.Regarding Massive ViolationIf you detect massive systematic infringement of your copyright, contact the article directory administrations involved, to tell them your web articles are stolen and provide the following in your emails to them:- the URLs of your original articles.- the URLs where you see the infringing content.- any contact information you have for the infringing site and copies of any correspondence you have had with the site regarding the infringement.- your stated declaration that the infringing sites were not authorized by you nor by your representatives to display the infringing content.- your stated permission that the article directory staff is authorized to act on your behalf and request removal of the infringing content.In ConclusionUnfortunately, on occasion, your web articles may be stolen when you do article marketing on the internet and you simply have to deal with it or else a considerable portion of your efforts will be simply for nothing. So, set up a work routine that allows for some of your time to be spent on following the above steps in a systematic fashion so you can deal with and eliminate, or at least minimize, your losses from theft of your web articles.** ( http://www.devtopics.com/how-to-file-a-dmca-complaint/ ) ## (at foregoing site see link near page bottom, How to Send DMCA Complaints to Search Engines )Note: Copying article subject to FULL compliance with Site’s “Terms of Service for Publishers.” Violation of “Terms” not tolerated.