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Old 01-17-2008, 09:59 PM
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Hi, I noticed a slow down in business last few days, since this is my first year I don't know what to expect. What are your slowest times of the year? What are your busiest?
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Old 01-18-2008, 12:07 AM
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ME too i have noticed business has slowed down things last week.

I put it down to all new pcs bought for Christmas are all fully configured and working now and that people have not had the long enought to brake them / or want them upgraded...
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Old 01-18-2008, 01:29 AM
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Yea bit quiet here atm though normally its fairly quiet during December yet I was busy all month. January is notoriously slow though for me (no-one has any cash).
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Febuary, March, April and are our slowest months. September and October are by far our biggest months.
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Its a bit different for me, because of location I guess. The most active months here are Febuary and March, (all those new Dells crashing left and right), the slowest is during the summer months.
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We're pretty busy during these current months, it's the summer months, June/July that kill us.
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I am always slow around the thanksgiving and christmas holidays. I figure people worry less about computer issies with all of the busy holiday stuff going on. Or they buy new dells and what not instead of getting old pc fixed.
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I am 90% commercial so I am steady almost year round - but Friday afternoon is DEAD for me & Monday AM is hectic!! Give & take I guess

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