Mr. Orange has worked as a consultant in some corporate Number List departments, and has also been in charge of the direct operation and management of many companies. Some are responsible for the development of the company's overall sector, and some are in charge of the market or operation sector.
Many of these companies are mostly small and medium-sized enterprises, and some are even start-up companies. They have a common feature: the business form is relatively simple, not to mention the so-called business architecture and product framework.
These small-scale companies generally rely on a relatively single product business to support their operations. Speaking of their business structure, you may only find that they have a good effect and sales volume on a certain traffic delivery channel after being familiar with them.
This often also means that the company's risk resistance is not strong.
When faced with a real-world problem: what should you do if this channel doesn't work next month?
After most people heard it, they were silent for a long time. When your main traffic channel fails next month, causing product sales to be blocked, do you have other ways to support business operations? If not, what should be done?
Business management is not like playing with e-commerce explosives, and advertising is a way of changing places. Business itself is an ever-changing field of interests, and each industry has a corresponding size, which is always affected by internal and external factors such as the environment, policies, capital trends, consumer group needs, channel rules, and operational strategies.
If it is because of some operational strategy issues, it can be quickly adjusted and optimized. However, if it is a change in the traffic or rules of the investment platform itself, or a direct restriction on the channel, how should you deal with it?
Having said that, let's go back to the question just now, it should be understood as such.
What should you do if the channel you are proud of is not working next month↓
How can I use existing resources to quickly build a sufficiently stable and promising business model?