Today article is written by Riya Sand
. Riya is an inspired writer writing in several areas of expertise. With spending her years working marketing communication, Riya is delighted to work with aspiring small business owners. She is also a part of the content marketing team behind Noria Digital
, a digital marketing agency based in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Apart from her marketing expertise, Riya always enjoys reading pocketbook, cooking, and traveling. Connect with her on Twitter, @sanderriya
The digital marketing landscape is constantly changing. The techniques and strategies that used to work no longer do and new ones are always evolving. For marketers to create user loyalty, stay ahead of the competition and boost brand awareness and sales, they need to keep abreast of current trends, strategies, and technology.
To build a successful business, whether it is a small enterprise or a large corporate, you must have a good team on board. Your employees should all be geared towards achieving the same company objective and striving to keep the business mission statement alive.
Today post is written by Jason Grills
. Jason is a technical writer currently associated with ProProfs Chat
. He enjoys writing about emerging customer support products, trends in the customer support industry and the financial impacts of using such tools. In his spare time, Jason likes traveling extensively to learn about new cultures and traditions.
Are you dreaming of taking your business to a higher level? Are you thinking of ways of increasing conversions on your website? Have you already tried out a bunch of lead generation strategies, without being able to improve business results?
You’ve gotten over that startup stage, and your company is operating nicely under the moniker of being a small business — you don’t want to stay small forever, though, do you? You have big dreams for your company, and the only way you are going to reach those lofty heights is if you put the work in now to take your organization to the next level.
This article has been written by Noelle Fauver
. Noelle is a contributing editor for 365 Business
. She has a B.A. in Communication Studies from California State University, Northridge and experience in marketing, finance, and small business management.
A 700-person experiment conducted by the Social Market Foundation and the University of Warwick’s Centre for Competitive Advantage in the Global Economy in Britain showed that productivity increased by an average of 12% in employees who were happy, and reached as high as 20% above the control group. These results show that happy employees are indeed more productive.
Two heads are better than one. Five leaders are better than two. These two phrases are the epitome of teamwork, and teamwork is so essential when you are running a business.
This article has been written by Sharline Shaw
. Sharline Shaw, the founder of a leelineSourcing.com
, is an expert on Chinese export trade. With 10 years of experiences in the field of sourcing in China, she is familiar with all relevant regulations and laws about China’s exporting. She’d love to share her experience with people and has written many helpful articles. You can follow her on Facebook @Sharline
Business owners who are engaged in online business must know the importance of customer feedback. Online there are millions of potential customers that you’ve never met. How can you build trust and reach a conversion?
This article has been written by Kristen Bowie
. Kristen is a marketing leader, forging the path with data-driven decisions. When she’s not writing for thought leadership and creating sponsorship proposals at Qwilr, she’s hanging out with her two urban dwarf goats, painting, or is out watching a local band.
Events are a crucial part of your overall marketing mix and while this may seem surprising, it shouldn’t be. Real life experiences have the unique ability to shape our perceptions and feelings in a way that we can’t quite explain, but it’s much more profound than anything we feel when confronted by advertising or anything we consume in the media.
When thinking about the word ‘strategy,’ there’s a high chance you visualize rigid military postures and soldiers too! But, guess what – Strategy is not anything beyond a handful moves which are well- planned and thought- out.