Fight Back: Affordable Websites for Businesses


“COVID-19 PANDEMIC: if your business is not online or if your website is inadequate, you are missing a lot of opportunities.”

The covid-19 Coronavirus is here to stay, at least for the next eighteen months. In these days of pandemic, if your business is not online or if your website is inadequate, you are missing a lot of opportunities. JMD Systemics helps you bring your brand to life and make your audience sit up and take notice.

Using a blend of analytical insight and creative skill, JMD Systemics Website Design & Development takes your ideas from concept to completion, and helps you tell stories that are every bit as authentic, memorable, and as compelling as they are.

As a business, your website should be your best foot forward, a gleaming one-stop-shop for all things you do and have to offer. JMD Systemics Website Design & Development makes sure that it is exactly what it should be.

FEATURE SERVICES

WEBSITE DESIGN & DEVELOPMENT

Your website should be your best foot forward: a gleaming, one-stop-shop for all things you do or sell. So that is exactly what it will be.

JMD systemics will build for you the optimum Website that will perfectly frames your message, and offers your clients/customers/partners and employees, easy access to information, resources, and opportunities to engage with either you, your business and work, in the best possible, profitable and efficient way.

Services & Rates:

Advanced E-commerce Multiple Pages Website | Starting at $2,500: Website with customized visuals an advanced feature.

Custom Site Functionalities | Starting at $1,000: Complete code tasks like navigation, filtering and forms.

Third Party Services | Starting at $1,000: Connect to external databases, third party services such as text messages and location-based services.

Content with Databases | Starting at $1,500: Manage your content with databases and expose it on your website using dynamic pages and repeating layouts.

Website Guidance | Starting at $500: Guidance about the design and functionality of your website.

Classic Multiple Pages Website | Starting at $1,800: Basic website including theme.

Redesign Website | Starting at $1,800: New theme and design for your website.

Website Migration | Starting at $2,000: Use your existing graphics and content in a new site.

Website Updates | Starting at $500: Add a page, make minor adjustments, technical improvements, or fixes.

Mobile Website | Starting at $750: Get your site to look great on mobile devices.

Brand Development | Starting at $1500: What makes you, you?

That is the question we will ask you as we collaborate to hone, to enhance and promote your brand identity. We will dig deep into your story, construct a detailed positioning strategy and distill your singular vision into a representation of your products/services and work that is every bit as authentic, memorable, and compelling as you are.

Visual Content Improvement | Starting at $1,000: Add graphics, illustrations, banners and videos to your site.

Get a brand story, analysis, logo, color palette and typefaces that work.

Custom Logo | Starting at $680: Get a stunning logo created for your brand.

Creative Systemic Strategic Written Content | Starting at $600: Get written product or service descriptions, blog posts and more.

All great stories have one thing in common: great writing. Too often, writing for the web has its quirks, but do not worry: fixing all possible issues, that is what we are here for.

Working together, we will find the style that best suits your voice, and we will craft unique, snappy copy that resonates with your audience, and inspires them to act.

Systemic Strategic Planning | Starting at $1500: Getting your story straight is just one piece of the puzzle.

If you do not draw a solid roadmap, your message might not find its way to your audience. Developing thoughtful communication plans is a key part of my process.

With your goals in mind, we will plot a course that will allow you to connect with your users through numerous platforms. Maintaining an active dialogue with your audience is just as important as making a strong first impression. 

We will mine your user data to construct an informed engagement strategy that keeps you connected with your users, encourages active interaction, and leaves you well positioned for the long-term.

 

JMD Systemics also offers affordable Extensive Corporate Business Online Services:

Business Optimization | Reputation Management | Virtual Assistance Services | Content Writing | Ghostwriting | Editorial & Features | Branding and Marketing

LET’S CHAT

Reach me on Skype, send me an email, or fill out the form on my Contact Page. Let’s see how we can improve your Results and Bottomline.

Michel Ouellette JMD, ll.l., ll.m.

Systemic Strategic Planning, Crisis & Reputation Management

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Michel Ouellette JMD, ll.l., ll.m.
Systemic Strategic Planning / Crisis & Reputation Management

 

JMD SYSTEMICS, a division of King Global Earth and Environmental Sciences Corporation

Systemic Strategic Planning / Crisis & Reputation Management

Skype: jmdlive

Web:  bunkumless.com

Michel Ouellette /  J. Michael Dennis, is a Former Attorney, a Trial Scientist, a Crisis & Reputation Management Expert, a Public Affairs & Corporate Communications Specialist, a Warrior for Common Sense and Free Speech.

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Minimizing the Coronavirus Impact on Your Business

Long-term trend toward online purchases gains momentum that will last long after the pandemic is over.

The COVID-19 global pandemic will likely be one of the defining events of 2020, and that it will have business implications that last well into the decade. The actual trend toward online purchases is gaining momentum and will last long after the coronavirus crisis is over. Coronavirus has drastically shifted the world’s buying habits, and businesses are rapidly adjusting to the new pandemic reality.

There is no escaping the fact that regardless of what your perception of the actual crisis may be, the truth actually is that the COVID-19 impacting our way of life and the economy in dramatic ways. The coronavirus pandemic is deepening a national digital divide, amplifying gains for businesses that cater to customers online, while businesses reliant on more traditional models fight for survival.

Sadly, many businesses are losing money and some are on the e brink of having to shut down their doors permanently.

Can this be avoided?

No matter what your opinion may be on the merit of this virus crisis and its threat to society, there is no denying that it is creating a multiplier effect on what was already a trend towards online buying behavior. This current outbreak is taking that trend to a whole other level inciting and forcing people of all ages to rethink how they live their lives and how they buy.

Consequently, if you own a business, now is the time to really think hard about how your business is investing in its online strategies and whether you are prepared to cater to this new world. It does not matter if your products or services are designed for in-store experiences, now is the time to re-think how your business can evolve to ensure it survives this changing dynamic. Whether it is creating new product lines, better leveraging content marketing and social media strategies to keep customers connected to your brand, or even thinking bigger about new business ideas that capitalize exclusively in a digital world, you have to think differently. Subscription-based delivery services and remote focused technology offerings are going to explode in growth as more and more people choose to shop and make their buying decisions from the comfort and safety of their own homes.

The situation is rapidly evolving

The amount of people deemed safe to gather in a single place has dwindled from thousands, to hundreds, to ten. Restaurants, bars, movie theaters, gyms, businesses and most public places in many major cities are either forced to shut down or restrain their access to the public. Meanwhile many office workers are facing new challenges of working remotely full time. Essentially, people are coming to terms with the realities of our interconnected world and how difficult it is to temporarily separate those connections to others.

To say that we are living in unprecedented times feels like an understatement.

One of the responses we have seen to how people are approaching this period of isolation and uncertainty is in huge overnight changes to their shopping behaviors. From bulk-buying to online shopping, people are changing what they are buying, when and how they are buying.

As more cities are going under lockdowns, nonessential businesses are being ordered to close, and customers are generally avoiding public places. Limiting shopping for all but necessary essentials, making masks mandatory and enforcing social distancing is now, like it or not, becoming a new normal.

Brands are having to adapt and be flexible to meet changing needs. The Coronavirus Pandemic will last for at least another 18 months with business implications that will last well into the decade.

JMD Systemics, a division of King Global Earth and Environmental Sciences Corporation is here to help you make the best decisions for your brand during these uncertain times. At JMD Systemics, to help you determine what choices you can make for your business, we have gathered some facts and numbers around how behaviors are changing, what products people are buying, and what industries are feeling the strain.

JMD Systemics Website Design & Development can provide not only the platform on which to quickly launch your online store and stabilize your business, but also the resources and tools you need to make the process as smooth as possible.

Talk with us.

Michel Ouellette JMD, ll.l., ll.m.
Systemic Strategic Planning / Crisis & Reputation Management

 

JMD SYSTEMICS, a division of King Global Earth and Environmental Sciences Corporation

Systemic Strategic Planning / Crisis & Reputation Management

Skype: jmdlive

Web:  bunkumless.com

Michel Ouellette /  J. Michael Dennis, is a Former Attorney, a Trial Scientist, a Crisis & Reputation Management Expert, a Public Affairs & Corporate Communications Specialist, a Warrior for Common Sense and Free Speech.

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Are You Prepared for a Crisis?

All smart businesses and individuals plan ahead; prevention is better than cure.

Fully auditing the risks of a potential crisis and having a plan in place should the worst happen is key to crisis and reputation management.


It takes a lifetime to build a good reputation; it can be destroyed in the blink of an eye. Make sure you and your business are crisis ready.


Contact me today for a conversation about how I can help you.

Michel Ouellette JMD, ll.l., ll.m.
Systemic Strategic Planning / Crisis & Reputation Management

JMD SYSTEMICS, a division of King Global Earth and Environmental Sciences Corporation

Systemic Strategic Planning / Crisis & Reputation Management

Skype: jmdlive

Web:  bunkumless.com

Michel Ouellette /  J. Michael Dennis, is a Former Attorney, a Trial Scientist, a Crisis & Reputation Management Expert, a Public Affairs & Corporate Communications Specialist, a Warrior for Common Sense and Free Speech.

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Protect Your Reputation with Your Life

Don’t be blindsided by a long list of possible crises
 
It takes 20 years to build a reputation, and five minutes to ruin it. How you Respond to a Crisis Will Affect Your Reputation for Years to Come.
 
By deploying a suite of specialised personalised services to defuse crisis, mitigate further risks and thus creating new positive narratives.
 
At JMD Systemics, we help you salvage your hard-earned reputation.
 

Michel Ouellette JMD, ll.l., ll.m.
Systemic Strategic Planning / Crisis & Reputation Management

 

JMD SYSTEMICS, a division of King Global Earth and Environmental Sciences Corporation

Systemic Strategic Planning / Crisis & Reputation Management

Skype: jmdlive

Web:  bunkumless.com

Michel Ouellette /  J. Michael Dennis, is a Former Attorney, a Trial Scientist, a Crisis & Reputation Management Expert, a Public Affairs & Corporate Communications Specialist, a Warrior for Common Sense and Free Speech.

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Will Trump Try to Steal the 2020 Election?

Presidential election of 2020 in the United States of America

The way things are going, this could be a very legitimate question and this is a concern that is shared by the former Vice president of the United States Joe Biden and the actual Senator of New Jersey Cory Booker saying that would sooner die than let it happen. As for Biden, in the eventuality of Trump losing the 2020 election, he is already contemplating and welcoming the possibility of the military evicting Trump from the White House if he loses the election but refuses to leave office.

“Mark my words: I think he is gonna try to kick back the election somehow, come up with some rationale why it can’t be held,” Biden said in April and repeated last Wednesday June 10. “Trump will “try to steal” the general election in November by limiting Americans’ access to voting,” said the former Vice president. Furthermore, Biden acknowledged raising the possibility that Trump would not assent to a peaceful transition of power and suggesting leaders within America’s armed forces would eventually force Trump from office.

White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany and Trump’s Chief Apologist and Lie Teller, responding to Biden’s remarks, dismissed the notion that troops would be required to remove the president after the election, calling it a “ridiculous proposition.” “This president’s looking forward to November. This president’s hard at work for the American people,” she said.

Yes indeed Kayleigh! A lot of people are looking forward to November, to kick your boss out of the office.

Michel Ouellette JMD, ll.l., ll.m.
Systemic Strategic Planning / Crisis & Reputation Management

JMD SYSTEMICS, a division of King Global Earth and Environmental Sciences Corporation

Systemic Strategic Planning / Crisis & Reputation Management

Skype: jmdlive

Web: lefuturistedailynews.com | jmdsystemics.com | bunkumless.com

Michel Ouellette /  J. Michael Dennis, is a Former Attorney, a Trial Scientist, a Crisis & Reputation Management Expert, a Public Affairs & Corporate Communications Specialist, a Warrior for Common Sense and Free Speech.

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Do Not Jeopardize Your Reputation

Reputations are no longer built on a “Do What I Say, Not as I Do” mentality.

You take your careers very seriously. You pour a great deal of energy into cultivating your relationships and growing a network of professionals you either work with or hope to work with. You spend countless hours combing through your online resumes and profiles. You want to be taken seriously, to be considered credible and influential. You fine-tune your communication skills and polish your presence both, online and in person. But, what happens when you are off the clock?

How do you behave when you are out of the office?

Your reputation is built on you, both in and out of the office, both in person and online. Credibility is built on consistency and you can only be consistent in your behavior and actions when you are mindful every day and in every circumstance. There is always someone seeing you or watching you.

“Just because you sit behind a screen does not mean you are not seen”

Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and company, all these online social media platforms create a way for you to communicate with those you want to be connected to. Your reach does not stop there. These mediums also communicate to the entire world who you are. Just because you sit behind a screen does not mean you are not seen. Today, more than ever, always be mindful of what you post online. Political commentary, strong opinions, excessive personal information and activities may cast our reputation in a negative light. Your posts and comments can be easily misconstrued.

If there is any doubt in your mind when writing a post, do not post it. If your posts are anything other than informative, educational or inspiring, if they fail to convey a message kindly, refrain from posting them and sharing them altogether.

“A good reputation, trust and credibility are built on consistency”

We all deserve to let our hair down when we step out of the office. However, always keep in mind that there is always someone seeing or watching you. You must always protect your personal and professional reputation. Behavior that causes others to question your persona authenticity can jeopardize your reputation.

A good reputation, trust and credibility are built on consistency. It is only when your behavior is consistent in and out of the office, that people will really trust you and believe that what they see is the real you. Always be mindful and know that everyone is everywhere.

“It is a small world; people talk, and others listen”

Your reputation is the result of the collective experiences and interactions you maintain with people outside of the office. How you communicate in and out of the office is what shapes your reputation, not the moments you are in the spotlight. If you fail to communicate with consistency, those you influence will fail to do so, too.

Today, even if they do not know them, when there is a decision to be made, most of the people will act upon the recommendation of others. People talk, and others listen. Whether during a high-stakes meeting or during a casual conversation, always be clear and concise. Focus on your body language and be an active, intentional listener. When you make others a priority, they will do the same for you and those who matter most to your success.

“In today’s world, there is no more such thing as privacy”

Our modern-day world does not allow us to compartmentalize our lives anymore. In this world of constant observation, our words and daily actions, all these things that build a reputation are broadcast for the world to see. Individual and professional reputations are no different than major corporations’ reputation.

Consider some highly regarded names, names like Buffet and Gates. They are consistent in their messaging and delivery. They walk their talk throughout all aspects of their brand. Their reputations are well managed.

The fact is, that you cannot manage your reputation through a one-time branding campaign. You must develop it through consistent behaviors that create trust in those who know and observe you. You cannot just say something is important; your actions must reflect it.

Reputations are no longer built on a “Do What I Say, Not as I Do” mentality.

Consistency is key to credibility.

Michel Ouellette JMD, ll.l., ll.m.
Systemic Strategic Planning / Crisis & Reputation Management

JMD SYSTEMICS, a division of King Global Earth and Environmental Sciences Corporation

Systemic Strategic Planning / Crisis & Reputation Management

Skype: jmdlive

Web: lefuturistedailynews.com | jmdsystemics.com | bunkumless.com

Michel Ouellette /  J. Michael Dennis, is a Former Attorney, a Trial Scientist, a Crisis & Reputation Management Expert, a Public Affairs & Corporate Communications Specialist, a Warrior for Common Sense and Free Speech.

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Political Vetting: How well do you really know your candidate?

From now on, woe betide the party that having attested to the character and probity of its candidates, politicians and staff, is revealed to have been conned or simply been sloppy in its vetting. The political pain will be far worse than the earlier discomfort of often humiliatingly intense investigation of candidates.

In days gone by, political candidate vetting was never a very rigorous process. If you had a union leader, heart surgeon or hockey star as a good prospect, you really did not want to know anything else about the past of this political candidate. Unless you were very unlucky, past events or incidents of his or her life such as criminal conviction of any kind, spousal abuse, adultery or child molestation were unlikely to ever emerge.

Back then, the final test in candidate vetting, was the senior recruiter looking the prospect meaningfully in the eye, and saying with great solemnity, “Now, is there anything you have not disclosed that there is even a distant prospect, if it were revealed, that would bring shame or harm to the party or yourself?”

Today, that test is no longer sufficient.

Serious archival research, social media tracking, and even private investigators are now the norm and political parties are no exception to the rule. Political parties must now meet the new standard. The price of failure to do so is too high to pay.

Invasive inquiry, aggressive reference checking, difficult final interviews and even un dated resignation letters are the new standard, the new norm.

Michel Ouellette JMD, ll.l., ll.m.
Systemic Strategic Planning / Crisis & Reputation Management

JMD SYSTEMICS, a division of King Global Earth and Environmental Sciences Corporation

Systemic Strategic Planning / Crisis & Reputation Management

Skype: jmdlive

Web: lefuturistedailynews.com | jmdsystemics.com | bunkumless.com

Michel Ouellette /  J. Michael Dennis, is a Former Attorney, a Trial Scientist, a Crisis & Reputation Management Expert, a Public Affairs & Corporate Communications Specialist, a Warrior for Common Sense and Free Speech.

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Is a 6 figures income and beyond a realistic goal for a startup?

It is not only realistic, it shall be your only goal and motivation

One thing that many new entrepreneurs seem to have in common is that they tend to get caught up in all of the little daily details and lose track of the big picture.

The most important thing that you have to concentrate on when starting a new business is to get a customer.

Without a customer, you don’t need a business card, you don’t need an office space, you don’t need a LLC and so on. You don’t need anything especially spending the money that you don’t have.

Before anything else, get a customer

What is the market that you are targeting? Do people need the product or service that you are offering? How is your product or service better than the competition? Why shall people deal with you? How do you differentiate yourself from anybody else? 

When starting a business, this is what you have to concentrate on, the big picture: Is this going to make any money?

It’s easy to get wrapped up in the details

You want to survive? You want your business to be successful? Here is what you have to do:

  1. Define and refine your business, your product or service;
  2. Make sure to be “The Best in The World at What You Do”;
  3. Make sure to “Stand Out from The Crowd”;
  4. Define and refine your business model;
  5. Start hustling and grinding and,
  6. Delegate whatever task is not essential to your Customer Acquisition Process to anyone is better than you at it, even to a Virtual Corporate Services Firm.

You don’t know exactly what you want to or have to do! Let me help you.

A few years ago, I decided I wanted to teach people what I know about entrepreneurship, startups, communications, branding and marketing. I decided to create some sort of bunkumless program about how to start a successful business.

So, I just threw together a name and structure and decided to go online. While I didn’t really know what the answer would be or what to expect, to my surprise, people started to follow me and emailing me asking for advice on how to start their business.

Suddenly, just a few weeks after publishing my website landing page, I realized that most of their concerns were about daily and routine details, ignoring the big picture: “Growing and Scaling” their Business Idea or Project to a six figures income and beyond.

This is when I decided to relaunch, to offer one of a kind service: An Online Consulting an Assistance Business Service to help young entrepreneurs, small and medium size businesses to scale and grow their business and most importantly, their income.

To my surprise 24 hours after the relaunch, I was in business. I had landed my first customer and was making just shy of $3,000 a month.

The Secret?

There is no secret; the only thing I had to do was:

  1. To pay attention and listen to my newly acquired customer and let him tell me exactly what were his concerns, issues and problems were;
  2. To pay attention and listen to what he was really looking for and expecting from me;
  3. After carefully listening and paying attention, to offer all possible solutions and that he would agree upon;
  4. After an “Understanding an Agreement” has been reached, to exactly and timely deliver as per budget.
  5. Finally, as an added bonus, added value, to provide him with all the tools that he needed to grow and scale his business.

The situation being resolved my customer was happy to promptly pay my bill and immediately retain my services on a monthly basis.

Let it be a lesson

Your first accountability and priority as an entrepreneur is to find a way to make your customers happy, to provide them with exactly what they need. with a bunkumless solution to solve any issue or problem that they may be facing or will be facing.

This is how you make money; this is where the money is.

If you have a product or offer a service that is making money for your customer, you can charge for it

The more money your customer makes using your product or service, the more you can charge for it.

Stop struggling with the daily administrative details of running a business. This is not helping any of your customers and they don’t give a shit about the color of your carpets.

What your customers care about is: “Making Money”.

Spend your time looking at ways to help your customers making money and making even more money.

Spend your time telling and showing your customers how your product or service answers their needs and wants and how it can always help them making more money.

Scaling up your business

Your business is doing well but not good enough! Your business is losing traction! Your business is not picking up! You don’t know what to do anymore!

NOW is the time to do something about it and I can help you.

Book an online 30 minutes FREE Consultation with me and let’s discuss your situation and expectations. But this is not the point.

The point is: How do you do it?

  1. Who is your targeted audience?
  2. What is your targeted audience looking for?
  3. How can you help?
  4. Is your product or service the best possible answer?
  5. If yes: Do you charge enough?

Charging and pricing, this is where a lot of entrepreneurs get scared.

Many, especially new entrepreneurs, think that there’s no way people will pay them more money to the money that they may be asking for. Let me tell you:

“You don’t charge enough, you look like a loser.”

I am not telling you to overcharge!

What I am telling you is that when you charge more money, you get better clients. They know they get more value, and you also get more value while getting more money and giving more in return.

When people pay more, they pay more attention. When people pay big, they really pay attention to what you have to say, your product or services. If you want to really scale your business, even a new business, don’t get caught in the process of not charging enough. On the long run, this would prove to be suicidal.

Do things as you go

Do things as you go. Listen to your customers, adapt to the situations and make changes when needed.

Don’t set yourself up for failure.

Don’t be afraid to charge for what you’re worth.

  1. See what people need and want;
  2. Offer it;
  3. Sell it, 
  4. Tweak it, 
  5. And, above everything else: Stop doubting yourself!
  6. Scale it; don’t be afraid to charge more. 

You have the best possible product on the market, you are The Best in The World at What You Do! It is your duty to “Stand Out from The Crowd” and serve the people that need your help.

It’s also your duty, your most important duty to respect yourself and to charge what you’re worth.

Michel Ouellette JMD, ll.l., ll.m.
Systemic Strategic Planning / Crisis & Reputation Management

JMD SYSTEMICS, a division of King Global Earth and Environmental Sciences Corporation

Systemic Strategic Planning / Crisis & Reputation Management

Skype: jmdlive

Web: lefuturistedailynews.com | jmdsystemics.com | bunkumless.com

Michel Ouellette /  J. Michael Dennis, is a Former Attorney, a Trial Scientist, a Crisis & Reputation Management Expert, a Public Affairs & Corporate Communications Specialist, a Warrior for Common Sense and Free Speech.

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Maximizing Your Results

It’s impossible to determine whether lowering costs or increasing revenue is more important across the board for all companies.

There are too many factors that can influence the answer for a given company, in a given market or in a given economy. A specific marketing focus may be the key to financial stability and steadily increasing profits.

It’s important to understand the basic metrics of profitability, such as the difference between profit and profit margin. Reducing costs or increasing revenue can add to a company’s bottom line – the net profit figure – but it may not improve the company’s net profit margin, the percentage of each dollar of revenue the company retains after subtracting all costs of doing business.

Consider a hypothetical company that increases annual revenue from $1 million to $2.2 million by increasing its sales staff from five to 15 people with an average salary of $100,000 each. The additional $1.2 million in revenue only results in $200,000 additional net profit and actually reduces profit margin by almost 20%. The company has to address the question of whether the lower profit margin is acceptable in return for the absolute dollar increase in profits, as the lower margin may not offer a sufficient financial cushion to insure the company’s continued viability. The company may have additional dollars in the bank, but it may be in a less healthy or less secure financial condition.

Reducing costs increases profitability, but only if sales price and number of sales remain constant. If cost reductions result in a lowering of the quality of the company products, then the company may be forced to reduce price to maintain the same level of sales. This can wipe out any potential gains and result in a net loss. A more negative impact may result over time from a gradual loss of market share as the reduction in quality makes it impossible to maintain sales figures. However, if a company can efficiently cut costs without affecting quality, sales price or sales figures, then that provides a path to higher profitability.

Another factor to consider is whether increasing revenues or significantly reducing costs is a viable option. A company may already be operating near maximum efficiency in terms of reducing costs, having negotiated the best possible prices for materials, personnel and facilities. In regard to increasing revenue, a company may be in a market that is so competitive, or an economy that is so depressed, that increasing sales numbers or raising prices are not realistic goals.

One strategy for increasing profitability through increased revenue is commanding higher prices through successful branding. Examples of such success are classic firms such as Coca-Cola or Sony, or high-end retailers such as Abercrombie & Fitch or Victoria’s Secret. These companies have established identities that enable them to command significantly higher prices than competitors while simultaneously increasing market share and maintaining that premium market status even in economic downturns. Focusing on quality and branding as the means to increasing revenues and solidifying a customer base may be a company’s surest path to long-term prosperity.

Michel Ouellette JMD, ll.l., ll.m.
Systemic Strategic Planning / Crisis & Reputation Management

JMD SYSTEMICS, a division of King Global Earth and Environmental Sciences Corporation

Systemic Strategic Planning / Crisis & Reputation Management

Skype: jmdlive

Web: lefuturistedailynews.com | jmdsystemics.com | bunkumless.com

Michel Ouellette /  J. Michael Dennis, is a Former Attorney, a Trial Scientist, a Crisis & Reputation Management Expert, a Public Affairs & Corporate Communications Specialist, a Warrior for Common Sense and Free Speech.

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Kayleigh McEnany, “Trump’s Chief Apologist and Lie Teller”

Kayleigh McEnany, White House Press Secretary

Kayleigh McEnany, the “Trump’s chief apologist and lie teller” raised so called “legitimate” questions with conspiracy tweet about elderly protester.

White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany said Wednesday that President Donald Trump was simply “raising questions” when he floated a baseless conspiracy theory that a 75-year-old man injured in an altercation with Buffalo police may have been an “Antifa provocateur.”

Kayleigh, do you really believe what you are saying or are you that naïve and dumb?

Michel Ouellette JMD, ll.l., ll.m.
Systemic Strategic Planning / Crisis & Reputation Management

JMD SYSTEMICS, a division of King Global Earth and Environmental Sciences Corporation

Systemic Strategic Planning / Crisis & Reputation Management

Skype: jmdlive

Web: lefuturistedailynews.com | jmdsystemics.com | bunkumless.com

Michel Ouellette /  J. Michael Dennis, is a Former Attorney, a Trial Scientist, a Crisis & Reputation Management Expert, a Public Affairs & Corporate Communications Specialist, a Warrior for Common Sense and Free Speech.

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