Businesses suffer from peaks and valleys. One minute the sales are almost too much to handle, and the next there are nothing but the scraps on which to feed. Sadly, it’s the life of an entrepreneur and something you’ll have to get used to if you want to succeed.
Over the last few months, a lot of places throughout the world have had their privacy laws shaken up. With GDPR in Europe, along with data breaches from companies like Facebook, everyone is more on edge than ever when it comes to their personal information. In marketing, this can present some issues.
For marketing professionals, there is no excuse not to embrace the full potential of Google – especially when most of its services are completely free. Can you make Google work harder for you? Yes, you can, by automating it. Here’s how it’s done.
Technology has been part of human existence for millions of years – before we were even humans, in fact. And over the millennia, the idea of technology has been geared to doing one specific thing: making our lives a lot easier. From the stone tools used by our ancient ancestors to the smartphone you might be reading this on now, technology has played an important role in our development as a species. But is technology helping or hindering our lives and business?
Every business aims to bring their products and services into the vision of more people. When we are creating a marketing campaign for our businesses we often use the same tired, worn out techniques. Stop Boring Marketing!
Blogging as a career can work well if you are clued up when it comes to your marketing methods. That’s why undertaking a degree in marketing could be a good step to take and something that’s worth considering.
There are more than few other ways in which you can boost team productivity. One of them is with the use of an adequate digital tool. Here are six of them you may want to consider.
Let’s think of your business website as a ship. It’s sailing through the waters of the web, hoping to attract the interest of some new passengers, eager to buy products, view content or check out some services.