As many of you may know, I am running a funding to convert the Billing for FusionPBX from commercial license to an open-source one. Today I am sending the first donation fo many to the FusionPBX project. At the time of writing this article, the funding has reached 1650 CAD, taking out the 8% of FundMe commission it is a grand total of 1518.15 CAD. Here there are the screen shots showing that the promise it's been honored.
By mistake, when I was writing this, I found I sent USD instead of CAD (funding is done in CAD). So I sent 151.81 USD, equivalent to 203.26 CAD. I just want to keep all clear in this funding.
By the way, Billing for FusionPBX 1.1.0 is about to be released. There are new capabilities such as pseudo enum support, many bug fixes and better compatibility with FusionPBX 4.2.
Spotify Premium allows users to enjoy many features (offline playing, high-quality sound). Since quite a time, Spotify offers Family Premium that allows you to have up to 6 members for a fixed rate. I will share with you all a tip I figure out to save more money and keep Spotify Familly Premium working.
Discipline, without any doubt, is the master key for a good and healthy personal finances. That and a good tool to help you. I would like to recommend you all KMyMoney. Here I will explain my specific case.
In my continuous quest to improve my knowledge, I have started to read The Referal Engine: Teaching Your Business to Market Itself from John Jantsch. I must say it is a very good book; I have not finished yet (when writing this article, I have just finished chapter 5). I want to share you some new knowledge about the new marketing.
Jantsch defines what he calls a Referral System Process; he defines some basic steps I am going to put here. As a marketer, he does not show an explicit knowledge of what it is a Management System (aka ISO), but in an implicit way, he recommends the PDCA life cycle of Edwards Deming. I hope, after finishing this book, be able to upload a clear Referal Management System guidelines based on his book.
In my continuous quest to improve my knowledge, I have started to read The Referal Engine: Teaching Your Business to Market Itself from John Jantsch. I must say it is a very good book; I have not finished yet (when writing this article, I have just finished chapter 4). I want to share you some new knowledge about the new marketing.
Jantsch states that every customer (about referral stuff), has a life cycle divided into seven stages: know, like, trust, try, buy repeat and refer. He says that the Ideal Customer Lifecycle it is a tool to demonstrate the way a prospect becomes a customer, and how that customer becomes a referral source. I will talk a little about this.
Jantsch states that the four P's of the marketing (product, price, place and promotion) are now obsolete in the new digital world of the Internet. Instead, he establishes the four C's (content, context, connection, and community). I am going to talk about them.
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