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Month: November 2013

Globe Drops iPhone 5S and 5C Prices

Globe Telecom has decreased the prices of its new iPhone offerings with customized postpaid plans, specifically the iPhone 5C and 5S. Some would opine this could lead to massive purchases of the much coveted devices, especially this Christmas season, or in time when the entire country is still recovering from the recent calamities which struck the central Philippines and sales of the handsets aren’t that impressive just yet since launch.

Globe iPhone 5C, 5S

The new offerings through Globe’s MySuperPlan includes the iPhone 5C, in which the 16GB base version now sells at only P1,349 per month under Plan 499. This includes a cashout of P850 per month within a 2-year contract. The Plan 499 postpaid package includes a 300MB LTE surfing plus free calls and SMS texts. The 16GB base version of the iPhone 5S on the other hand now sells for only P1,799 monthly under Plan 999. That already includes a cashout of P800 per month within a 2-year contract. This postpaid package offers buyers unlimited LTE internet surfing plus free texts and calls.

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Preparing an Exit Strategy for Your eCommerce Store

When you’re running an eCommerce store, you need to make sure that you prepare for all of the eventualities. One of these needs to be is an exit strategy. Without an exit strategy, your eCommerce business could crash and burn. The Family Business Institute found that 70 percent of all family businesses fail within the first generation due to a lack of exit plans and failure to prepare efficiently. Here are some of the things you will want to consider for your eCommerce store.

Exit Strategy

Files, Passwords, and Account Access

The first part of your exit strategy needs to be to gather all of the relevant information to running your eCommerce business. You may have a lot of information in your head or scribbled down on random sheets of paper. You need to make sure that you can find it when it’s needed, and, more importantly, your children, spouse, or partners need to be able to find that information as well. Since this information is confidential, you should keep it secure in a safe or in an encrypted file.

Founding-Editor of Cebu Tech Blogger where he shares insights in Digital Marketing, Ad Ops, Tech, Startups, Technopreneurship, Life Goals and Hacks.

He’s the brainchild and ninja of a Cebu-based Digital Marketing agency, TekWorx — with ventures AdWorx, an Outsourced Ad Ops agency, and BlogWorx, a full-fledged Blog Development service. Read his Full Curriculum Vitae.

For consultancy, services, speaking engagements, blog partnerships or media invites, click here. Alternatively, get in touch with him on Messenger.