You only make a first impression once, so don’t bungle it.
Have you ever wondered which social network you should focus most of your efforts on? Have you ever dreamed of magically zeroing in on your desired target audience? In this article I’ll show you how to extract the best intelligence from a Zintro infographic on the topic of ‘Leveraging Yourself As An Expert By Using Social Media’.
Despite everything you may have heard, traffic to your website is never free. There’s two ways to get traffic to your site — but among the two, one is clearly the smarter way…
A lot of businesses ask for help with their social media. The first thing I tell them is “Don’t do it. Unless you’re prepared to do it right.” But fortunately, there’s really only two key ingredients you need to build a loyal and engaged following.
Pinterest is the social network with the fastest growth rate. Ever. It’s s bulletin board allowing users to “pin” images and videos that they like – and due to the visual appeal of the “pinboards” it’s got an insanely high engagement rate. So naturally, businesses are trying to figure out how to put this phenomenon to good use, i.e. for building and extending their own brand.
Small Business Trends has a great synopsis of some of the most important success skills for an entrepreneur. Call it learning “life skills for entrepreneurs”, something you probably wish you’d learned in college.
The May 2008 issue of Inc. Magazine features a bunch of free tools that you may find useful for your business.
How do projects run over budget? Or would it be better to say that the project wasn’t priced correctly at the outset?
Proper planning at the outset of a project is a critical success factor – one such facet is keyword research and how it ties into copywriting and search engine optimization.
The demand for content puts more pressure on website administrators, who may resort to stealing content in order to fill space on their sites
How much should you spend to register new domain names? Why would you even bother to spend more than you have to?
Anyone should have a newsletter, regardless of what type of site they are running.
A logo visually represents a company’s values, mission and offerings – so communicating these items requires some serious thinking.
Who’s at fault when things don’t go as smoothly as they should?
It takes more than good design and a good team to create successful websites.
Managers push. Leaders pull. Managers command. Leaders communicate.
Fruitless sessions are a clear sign your company isn’t doing it the right way.
A thought or two that’ll help you manage your projects better and easier.
101 simple, surefire techniques that will make a significant difference.
A stich in time saves nine. True for businesses as well.