The immediate question that comes from policy makers and officials is how beneficial is your service/blog? How many have benefited from your blog so far? Is there a possibility to arrange a session where the beneficiaries can witness about the opportunities and the potential benefits that is derived from this blog and many more questions can be asked? The one and the only answer to these questions are our followers and those who start to benefit from our blog. You are our ambassadors to help us improve our service to be more client or customer oriented. It is difficult for us to know who is benefiting from our service.
Hence, we kindly requesting each of you to write all the benefit you gained through our blog in the comment box (at the bottom of the page) or possibly, you can send to our emails, you can find our emails in the contact button (at the top of the page). This has two-fold importance, one we will be able to know what is going and the aforementioned questions will be answered either partly or fully. Moreover, it will also help us to work harder and systematically than ever before. Second, words of mouth are among the least cost means of promotion and when you report your achievements, others will develop the courage to follow and benefit from our blog because “seeing is believing”. Soon, we will come up with online questionnaire to get as much information as possible from our audience/customers (you) that will help us to advance our service provision.
We informed many of you either individually or in briefing sessions we have had in University and research institute to follow and benefit from our service/blog. We did it because we do care about you. In the same fashion, you should also care about others, your colleagues and friends and let them benefit from the service we provide. At least try to tell to one person that you care about and if it goes this way then it will be possible to everyone beneficiary from our service and thereby enhance the capacity of our staff members and beyond as our scope is developing countries.