Quick Fact: Return on Investment (ROI)
Acronym for return on investment. ROI refers to the amount of profits or savings a business will realize from any given use of money.
A define:roi in google will unveil many many more definitions, most of you reading this already knew that but the MXit fans who haven’t learnt that in their OBE calssroom yet, that was for them 🙂 One of the outcomes I’d like you to achieve from reading this blog is to learn something new everyday you read a post. I hope we are achieving that.
By far the the greatest returns on Your Web AddiCT(s); blogging investment has been meeting the Other AddiCT(s);, the free stuff & collaborating with like-minded/driven/passionate people on Quirky experiments, also being in contact with most of you via IM/MXit, the comments you post, the thank you emails we receive, the great use of trackback that we had to teach some of you, the brilliant clients that have allowed us to assist them in building their businesses online, the friends & not sure if its been mentioned, the free stuff.
“Throw away you telelvision, Take the noose of your ambition, reinvent you intuition, now!” – Red Hot Chili Peppers
What inspired this post? Mike ‘Corporate 2.0’ Stopforth’s Top 10 non-ZA blogs
4. Gaping Void by Hugh MacLeod. HughÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s a marketing guru of note, and a pioneer in micro marketing strategies. Bottom line, read his blog. Oh and he has this whole cartooning thing on the side too. Not the most popular blog in the UK for nothing.
LiveWeb have been great in explainging the ADSL pricing & procedures, Telkom called us & now we wait… wait… and wait. I swear if Telkom had competition we wouldn’t have to wait weeks for an ADSL line to be installed.