We don’t do everything individually, but we do it with a couple of things in mind.
When it comes to recommended best practices, we do them in teams. Our team has six other folks who are involved in recommending best practices for the site. They each do a lot of research and talk to other people that are involved in the site. They get advice from other people and make their own decisions about how we as a team should execute recommended best practices.
We do this too, but we do it in small groups where we don’t feel like we’re losing the flow of what the other folks who are recommending best practices are doing. This allows us to get our heads around how they’re doing it, find the best practices to be implementing, and then make our choices based on that. We do this with a lot of the things we recommend: design, SEO, social media, mobile strategy, and site architecture.
Yes, we get a lot of these decisions from the other folks who are recommending best practices, but it takes quite a bit of time to figure out if youre doing something wrong. This can be quite frustrating, as the decision we make can have a huge impact on the company that we work at, whether youre making the decision or not.
There are really only three factors that we recommend when choosing a company, brand, or product:1) the company has been around for a while (and is doing things well).2) the brand has excellent customer service.3) the product is well made.
These are the only three factors that we recommend when choosing a recommended best practices (or best practices) company. The second and third factors are more about personal preferences. We all have our own philosophies on who to work for, so when you’re looking for your best practices, it’s important to understand what you like.
Of course, sometimes the best practices we recommend are a little more about personal preference than about best practices. Thats why we recommend only two other factors: how many customers you have and how you will be compensated.
We recommend that you consider both factors when selecting recommended best practices. We do not recommend a company simply because they have the best practices we liked.
Its important to not only consider what you like, but also what you will be compensated to do. Not only will you be compensated, but you will also have the opportunity to earn a “bonus” for helping others. For example, instead of providing a service for a free drink, you could work for a company that provides great customer service. In doing so, you could earn a bonus of 5% of your compensation for every 5 customers you help.