2017, September 2nd
by Neil Patel
Have you ever thought that maybe your content just isn’t enough?
It’s not your fault. Today’s readers expect a lot from the content they consume. (And they consume a ton of it.)
As a result, people don’t do a whole lot of reading.
In fact, 55% of visitors leave a page within 15 seconds.
It takes a lot to really command someone’s attention. The average person takes in huge amounts of content and advertisements every day.
by Leslie Walker
Social networking addiction is a phrase sometimes used to refer to someone spending too much time using Facebook, Twitter and other forms of social media — so much so that it interferes with other aspects of daily life.
There’s no official medical recognition of social networking addiction as a disease or disorder. Still, the cluster of behaviors associated with heavy or excessive use of social media has become the subject of much discussion and research
by Hillary Gamblin
Challenge #1: Knowing what marketing is and why it matters
Challenges often arise because of misunderstandings about the basic definition and purpose of marketing. Many business owners and executives aren’t willing to invest in marketing because they don’t fully understand what marketing is and why it matters. So let’s remind ourselves . . .
by Greg Hansen
One of the best aspects of being a founder and working in the startup community is that you are your own boss. You have FREEDOM. This can be liberating, challenging, and greatly rewarding.
At the same time, you should take this opportunity as a time to reflect on the best (and worst) people you have worked for in the past, to ensure you don’t make the same mistakes with your teams and your company. So, take a minute to reflect on the six most common people you won’t miss working for.
by Sujan Patel
Let’s face it – business owners have a lot on their plates. Whether you’re managing teams locally or globally, your day-to-day thoughts and activities are likely consumed by the need to accelerate the growth of your company.
With so much to manage, it can be difficult to stay focused and productive. Overscheduled days lead to stress (and, let’s be honest, stress eating). Work can spill over into the evening hours, disrupting work/life balance and impacting your health. In turn, poor health leads to worse performance at work, deepening the cycle of diminished productivity.