When you’re running a business, finding the time to stay connected with loved ones can be challenging. It can be even more difficult when you’re based in a different country.
The new generation is filled with ideas for the future that are boundless and aspirational. However, it can be confusing to know what they want from businesses trying to provide them with what they need or want to purchase. So, the easiest way to do this is to look at the trends young people find interesting and meet their ideals, so it’s easier to make a sale and for them to find what they are looking for on the market.
You may have recently left university or are considering an entirely new career change and have thought about choosing a role in marketing. Marketing is one of the most popular careers for newly qualified graduates because it paves the way for endless opportunities and offers an exciting and stable career path.
What do marketing and psychotherapy have in common? Both marketers and people going through therapy should clearly understand one thing: only the change is constant. Everything else is fleeting and is destined to eventually end, giving way to something new and unexplored.
You’re running a nicely designed email marketing campaign — as well as Facebook, Twitter, and Linkedin campaigns—but still, your customer base isn’t growing at the rate you’d like it to. On the other hand, it seems your competitors are winning new customers left and right—as if they know a marketing secret you don’t.
You’ve already got a website and are reaping the benefits, so now it’s time to up your marketing efforts and make good use of social media channels. If you’ve already got a personal Facebook profile and are wondering where to start with your small business, the following tips are for you.