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4 POWERFUL Business Ideas to Start YOUR Awesome Life in 2019

Ask your customers to provide you with statements about your product or home business. They can talk about their experience with you or what they think about their purchases. Place this information on your website; it is a great (and free!) way to advertise to others. Happy customers will be pleased to provide you with a review, so don't hesitate to ask.

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Everyone is looking to make extra money online. Not all of it is easy, but all of it can be very effective. Check out these 4 powerful business ideas to start your awesome life in 2019.

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References
  • Verhoef, P. C. , & Donkers, B. (2001). Predicting customer potential value: An application in the insurance industry. Decision Support Systems32 (2), 189–199. doi:10.1016/S0167-9236(01)00110-5  [Crossref][Web of Science ®][Google Scholar]
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