We’ve all been there, it’s the middle of the month and we find we only have £50 left in the bank. Why is there too much month at the end of your money? Maybe if you hadn’t bought lunch the other day you could have got that taxi home instead of walking for 40 minutes in the rain!
Most people feel comfortable and…Continue
Added by Chloe Hashemi on November 26, 2015 at 6:09am — No Comments
Business everywhere are having to deal with more and more data every year. By 2020, most businesses will have to be able to manage about 50 times more data than they are managing currently.
XO Communications has created a infographic that describes this surge in unstructured data. Please check it out below.…
Added by Sheldon Smith on November 23, 2015 at 11:39am — No Comments
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A website is not a physical object, but it should be brought into the world like one. A website should be prototyped, developed, tested, and tested again. A website is so much more than just an arrangement of element on a page. Great amounts of thought go into…Continue
As a freelancer, your time is often divided between seeking out new clients, maintaining current clients, and then, occasionally, actually doing the work. The good news is that you can combine the first two activities with surprisingly little effort. Here are some ways to dip your toes in marketing your designs through existing clients.
Added by Taylor Tomita on November 19, 2015 at 10:30am — No Comments
Most companies have access to a drastically underused resource that makes lead generation significantly easier.
Marketers miss it. Executives overlook it.
What is it?
Your sales team.
You could probably be learning much more from your sales team about lead generation than you realize. Marketers tend to work in a silo that’s separated from sales. We fail to formally agree on a definition of…Continue
Added by Todd Storch on November 18, 2015 at 2:36pm — No Comments
Guess how many blog posts get published every day… 1,000? 10,000? 100,000?
No, there are 2 million blog posts published every day.
There are some common reactions to this information. For someone with a blog, they realize they publish in competition with those 2 million other blog posts. They see their one little blog post as barely a drop of…Continue
If you run a business, then you have likely been looking at all of your options when it comes to purchasing business insurance. There are so many different choices out there that it can make it quite difficult for you to know who to go with. That being said, what can you do in order to make sure that you get the best insurance? What sorts of things should you be looking for? Here are a few tips that you can consider during your search.
- Talk to other business owners to…Continue
Added by Robin Kan on November 4, 2015 at 8:24am — No Comments
If you’ve never cross-trained your sales and marketing teams, this is a great place to start.
Cross-trained employees who have a working knowledge of different roles and responsibilities are more in sync and tend to reach goals faster. This method is especially important for sales and marketing, which are notoriously tough to align.
Sales teams ignore as much as 80% of marketing leads, according to recent…Continue
Added by Chris Lucas on November 2, 2015 at 3:00pm — No Comments
Social media is probably the biggest revolution in industrial since the industrial revolution. Never before has it been so easy to connect with such a wide range of people at the click of a button! It is now possible to communicate instantly with customers and potential customers anywhere in the world.
The development of social media has also opened up many new possibilities in respect of marketing and product testing. The traditional methods of TV, radio, billboards and even…
Added by Robin Kan on November 2, 2015 at 10:00am — No Comments
With texting and emails and less and less personal contact, some of the human touch seems to have been lost. And that can be a crucial difference in how you communicate and address issues that help you as a leader and drive your company’s success.
The New York Times runs a column called “The Corner Office,” every Sunday in their Business Section, where they interview executives across industries, from entrepreneurial to Fortune 500 companies. Recently they interviewed…Continue
Added by Lonnie Sciambi on November 2, 2015 at 7:43am — No Comments