Who can become an INFORMATION DESIRED investee?INFORMATION DESIRED invests in business owners’ websites. This means that we take the entire risk upon ourselves, bear the cost of creating a www page for the business owner and finance its management for up to 12 months. And since we bear the risk, we have to believe that the project will be successful, meaning that it will bring the business owner throngs of new, valuable customers and additional profit.

Business owner! Take advantage of this opportunity and raise your prices. We’ll tell you how.At INFORMATION DESIRED, it’s not about bringing boatloads of new, random customers to business owners. It’s also about bringing in the most valuable customers, who are willing to pay more for a high quality of service. And they will appreciate your work.

Can you find others just like us? We’ll give you $10,000.Does it seem to you that INFORMATION DESIRED doesn’t do anything special at all? After all, it’s just building “pages” and content marketing – you think. So come on, find another company that operates just like we do, and we’ll pay you $10,000.

A website isn’t a kitty – it doesn’t actually have to be pretty!How should a website look like? We’re busting one of the most widespread myths: a website doesn’t have to be pretty at all! Surprised? We’ll explain why.

We don't have clients because we’re not selling anything. But we do have “investees” because INFORMATION DESIRED invests in Business Owners’ projects instead of selling them anything. We’re kind of a venture capital fund.

Saving the plumber, or who can INFORMATION DESIRED help and how?
01/10/2018 14:47

Saving the plumber, or who can INFORMATION DESIRED help and how?- We’ll try to save him – says Tom Kuzak, creator of INFORMATION DESIRED, about his plumber. Did something happen to the plumber? No, not really, he’s fine and healthy, besides the fact that he dropped his profession, in which he was a real maestro, and took up sales instead... Why?

- I recently called my plumber - a first-rate professional, not just some random plumber. He has certificates from all the leading companies that have anything in common with plumbing. He’s repaired many things at my house, corrected mistakes by amateurs, fixed the flaws of mass-produced devices from renowned manufacturers. And what happened? It turned out that he suspended his activity, he just dropped it and took up sales of website positioning services. This shocked me – says Tom Kuzak, creator of INFORMATION DESIRED.

Why are we writing about this? No, it’s not because Tom Kuzak has a leaky faucet and is looking for a specialist to repair it. The story of his plumber is symptomatic and is a perfect example of the problem facing many excellent specialists in their respective fields.

- This man just abandoned his entire career because he wasn’t making enough money – says Tom Kuzak. But something's not right here! There is a lack of such professionals on the market, they are in enormous demand. Plumbers, masons, electricians, construction teams... today, it’s a difficult task to find any specialist, and to find a good one is nearly impossible. And since supply is low and demand is high, such professionals should be able to dictate the terms and make fat stacks.

So what happened that forced this specific plumber to discard his profession? - He probably wasn't able to sell himself, to show how much he can do, to reach customers and sell his value added. And the customers that he did have, although I can't believe it, didn't appreciate his skills and compensated him poorly – says Tom Kuzak.

- In desperation, this man was even looking for full-time employment. Of course, there’s nothing wrong with full-time employment, but if someone was leading their own business before, that's a tremendous change for them, especially since a plumber employed full-time in some hospital or other institution is usually poorly compensated - the creator of INFORMATION DESIRED adds.

And it didn’t have to be this way. - If only customers who knew his value and the quality of his service and were able to compensate him fairly had reached him, his business could take off. That is why we at INFORMATION DESIRED have concocted a plan to save him – Tom Kuzak declares.

How? That’s what we do at INFORMATION DESIRED – we provide information about a company, about the quality of its services, about the qualifications of the people that are part of it. We describe a company from the inside, what it does, how it solves the problems that its customers need solved. Thanks to this, customers immediately know that they are dealing with a professional, they know what they’ll be paying for if they decide to employ the given services, and they are not at the mercy of professionals who are not always honest and who definitely do not explain to customers what exactly their work will involve. Because of this, potential customers will also learn that a given company can provide the service that they need, even if they don't know what to call that service.

This is precisely the philosophy of INFORMATION DESIRED – to describe a company by managing its website, in order to link businesses to customers.

- Clearly, this exceptionally skilled plumber didn't know how to swim in the ocean of marketing, how to acquire customers, and not just any customers, but those that need precisely him and are able to compensate him fairly. Proficiency in a given occupation by itself is not a guarantee of success and professional fulfillment. Customers are needed for a business to be viable, otherwise one’s career may collapse – Tom Kuzak emphasizes.

- I still have a couple of things to be done at my housewhich I would gladly pay someone to do but I can’t find anyone to do it – he adds. And Tom’s counting on his plumber to come back to the profession he is the master of, thanks to INFORMATION DESIRED.

Because we are here for such plumbers. Plumbers, tailors, shoemakers, architects, mechanics, garden designers... and every business owner who does ordered work where quality, passion and value added are important, which must be described well to be appreciated and valued appropriately.