Jun 17

Once you identify the reason why you started your business the second most important thing to understand is actually the first building block of The Business Model Canvas.

The Customer Segments building block defines the different groups of people or organizations an enterprise aims to reach and serve.
An organization must make a conscious decision about which segment to serve and which segments to ignore. Once this decision is made, a business model can be carefully designed around a strong understanding of specific customer needs.

Watch the video, take some notes and click on the banner you see bellow.

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Pedro Marques
PHC-BR International
Skype: chagas-es

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Feb 02

Are you an entrepreneur? Are you constantly thinking about how to create value and build new businesses, or how to improve or transform your organization? Are you trying to find innovative ways of doing business to replace old, outdated one?
If you’ve answered “yes” to any of these questions, I’d like you to watch the video bellow to better understand when to use The Business Model Canvas:

Thank you for watching and stay tuned for more!

Need a place to start? Click here and learn how to build assets.

Just because you watched the whole video there is a free gift waiting for you

*Click HERE and it’s a hidden download (here is a hint – think exit….)

Pedro Marques
PHC-BR International
Skype: chagas-es

Click here to work with me personally.

Check our website: http://www.phcbrinternational.com
Watch our bloghttp://www.businessexpertsonline.net
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Jun 30

Welcome to our series of video. This week we will discuss about the business model canvas and how this strategy can help you validate your business idea. Day 2 of the Start-Up Challenge in São Paulo.
A lot of hard work and fun to provide you with the best content of the business world.

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Mar 09

Hello guys in today’s blog post  we will continue our series Social Media Marketing for Business Facebook With PHC-BR.

Five  years ago during college I thought to be one of the worst years of my life financially,  I was a full time student and did not have time to find a part time job to pay my tuition fee. In between finding jobs at bars and cleaning windows I accidentally stumbled into an opportunity during Finance and Accounting class to which I have never seen before.  I had the chance of winning a Ticket for Miami to  participate on this 2 week event to promote the importance of creating business plans and using the canvas business models to apply new strategies and scenarios for businesses around the globe.

Well to win this opportunity I would have to compete with over 50 international students to find who could create the best business plan for their case study. We were separated in groups of 5 and only one team would go all expenses paid to Miami.  Sweet deal right?

I was in a situation where my only option was to study hard and accomplish this goal. After two months and countless nights without sleep, saving food because I had no money and visiting teachers to collect their feedback we would  get to a point where I believed impossible to reach. We have finally finished the business plan on time for the final presentation.

After conquering our fears we mixed our burning  desire with a feeling of definitive  of purpose  and no one in the world would feel more empower than we were at that moment. For my surprise after a two hour long presentation and Q&A session we won the business plan competition and we all went for the best trip  of our lives. But this is topic for another blog post.

Although our story ends here for now I would like to share an important business  we learned during the two weeks in Miami.

To give segment to previous post from yesterday I would like to continue with our ZERO cost Social Media Marketing For Business Facebook.   Pay much attention for these strategies for they seen very simple however it can cause a  big positive impact in the way your customers sees you and buys from you.

Facebook

I believe we all know what facebook is and there is no need for me to explain what you can do with it. But with me having a business, a basic personal profile is not enough, next to that I also have my Facebook page (Pedro’s Home Based Business http://bit.ly/axmgVO )
This is important because Facebook Business Pages DO rank in the search engines and Facebook now gets about the same amount of traffic as Google, so having a Facebook business page is a great place to start building the business brand.
Following is a brief summary of the key differences between your Personal Profile and your Business Page:

Facebook Personal Profile:
A Facebook “Profile” is a personal page.
You can have only one Facebook profile.
Facebook profiles DO NOT show up in search engine results.
You CAN send friend requests.
Facebook profiles have “Friends”

Facebook Business Page:
A Facebook “Page” is a business page.
You can have many Facebook business pages linked to your person profile.
Facebook business pages DO show up in search engine results.
You CANNOT send Fan requests.
Facebook business pages have “Fans”

Other features of Facebook:
1. Promoting through: Linking it to the website, blogs, Squidoo lenses or any other social media/content sharing sites.
2. Marketplace: Placing adds (promoting the business page) 3x per week
3. Join business groups, minimum of 5 groups per week
4. Add fans to business page, min 100 per week(Easy way: add also fans from other business groups)
5. Add video’s (e.g. the one on top of this article)
6. Keep the content fresh and original, update DAILY. Be updated about with recent trends.

Let’s keep it simple ok? Apply these for yourself or business and contact me to share your experience or doubts.

Tomorrow we will write about Myspace, Blogging, Squidoo and article marketing . Stay tune for more!

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Mar 09

My name is Pedro Marques I ‘m an Internet Entrepreneur and Reality Hacker. This will be a three part blog post where I ‘m going to show you an action plan that I particularly use every day to attract new prospects into my business at ZERO cost.
We all know about Social Media correct? But some of us might not know how to take advantage of this powerful tool. I will guide you through a small action plan that will make THE difference in your business.

I will talk about:

1- Twitter
2- Facebook
3- Myspace
4- Blogging
5- Squidoo
6- Video Marketing
7- Article Marketing

Twitter

Let’s keep it simple ok? Follow the step by step and in case you have doubts and questions contact me on skype and I will personally assist you. Skype: chagas-es

1. Post at least 3 or 4 tweets a day (e.g. YouTube videos, Good articles, Cool pictures, Quotes, Some personal content)

2. Add friends, people who are interesting and who bring value to twitter. Next to that People who are interested in online marketing, business, entrepreneurship, aka leads.

3. Some more information:
Twitter Etiquette:

a) If someone follows you, follow them back.
b) If a follower replies to your tweet, respond back to them. Foster the dialogue.
c) Never type in ALL CAPS. It’s like yelling. Most people don’t like to be yelled at.
d) Be cautious about giving away too much personal information. For example, this would not be a good idea: “Woo hoo can’t wait for my vacation Jan 10 to 18 when my home at 5432 Main St. will be completely empty
e) Check the video above for great tools and tips.

That is all for today folks. Apply this strategy and let me hear your feedback. It is important to keep  track of your results but this is a topic for another blog post.

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MySpace: http://bit.ly/4C4W4P

Facebook: http://bit.ly/70LW6Z

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Jan 23

We have arrived at part 4 on our series How to create  a Successful Business Model with PHC-BR.  Previously we’ve studied what the  business model canvas is and how you can use it to turn your idea into a business.

Your business model is not your business, its a method of inquiry to help you understand what to do next. A business model is the “core content” or the “short story” of the company (actual or perspective). A business plan is the “guideline for the action” or the “full story.”

The following video will  show you how to fill in the last three building blocks of your business. Answer the following questions to identify what is necessary to add on your canvas.

7) Key Activities

  • What key activities do our  value Proposition require?
  • Our distribution channels? Customer relationships? Revenue streams?

8 ) Key Partnership

  • Who are our key partners?
  • Which key resource are we acquiring from partners?
  • Which key activities do partners perform?

9)  Cost Structure

  • What are the most important costs inherent in our business model?
  • Which key resources are most expensive?
  • Which key activities are most expensive?

Once you’ve answered these questions you will have a clear understanding of your current situation and you will be able to make smart decisions concerned to where you want to go.

We hope we’ve provided you with the language, the tools and techniques to create the business of your dream. In case you want to mastermind about your idea and you are serious about it, please feel free to contact me via skype or website.

Thanks for watching  and stay tune for more business strategies with PHC-BR.

“Create a definite plan for carrying out your desire and begin at once, whether you ready or not, to put this plan into action.” Napoleon Hill
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Jan 14

This is the third video on our series How to Create a Successful Business Model Canvas With PHC-BR.
A Business model describes the rationale of how an organization creates, delivers and captures value. How do you imagine your organization’s business model might look two, five, or ten years from now? Will you be among the dominant players?

In our last video we discussed about  customer segments, value proposition and channels. We’ve learned that without those first three blocks it would be very hard nearly impossible to succeed in your business.  To continue our series and to take the most of this video, we would like you to think with us and answer these questions for your next three building blocks:

4) Customer Relationship

  • What type of relationship does each of our Customer Segments expect us to establish and maintain with them?
  • Which ones have we established? How costly are they?
  • How are they integrated with the rest of our business model?

5) Revenue Streams

  • For what value are our customers really willing to pay?
  • For what do they currently pay? How are they currently paying?
  • How would they prefer to pay? How much does each Revenue Stream contribute to overall revenues?

6) Key Resources

  • What key Resources do our Value Proposition require?
  • Our distribution Channels? Customer Relationships? Revenue Streams?

After you answer these questions you will gain much confidence in working towards your goal.

Stay tune for our next video where we will talk about:

7)  Key Activities

8 ) Key Partnerships

9) Cost Structure

Remember: “Patience, persistence and perspiration make an unbeatable combination for success.”  Napoleon Hill

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Oct 22

In our previous video we discussed about the 9 building blocks that creates the Business Model Canvas and how you could use them to build a new business or improve old ones.

You will learn about this method the moment you take action and start filling in each building block with your ideas. Until them sit back and watch me create a canvas of a Japaneses Restaurant.

To start a new idea here is what you have to ask yourself first:
1) Customer Segments
a) For Whom are we creating value?
b) Who are our most important customers?

2) Value Propositions
a) What value do we deliver to the customer?
b) Which one of our customer’s problems are we helping to solve? Which customer needs are we satisfying?

3) Channels
a) Through which Channels do our customer segments want to be reached? How are we reaching them now?
b) How are our channels integrated? Which ones work best?

In order to succeed in any endeavor you must have a definite goal and a clear vision of where you are going. If you try to jump one building block or do not pay attention to details you might as well start all over again because the formula will not succeed.
Keep it up never give up!

Stay tune for our next video where we talk about:
4) Customer Relationships
5) Revenue Streams (how to make money)
6) Key Resources

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