2017, June 6th
by Joe Fylan
Blogging is not only an end in itself. It can also help you generate more referrals for your design and development business. And for some, the revenue generated from a monetized blog can become their main source of income.
However, one of the hardest things about blogging is finding the time to put virtual pen to paper. Therefore, in this article, we’ll be covering time management for bloggers to help you find the time to blog even when working full-time. Whether you’re still in gainful employment or you’ve already started out on your own and want to use blogging to improve your current situation, this article is for you.
by Lexie Lu
Social media marketing can be a challenging aspect of marketing for some companies, both in terms of valuing this channel and using it effectively. While social media can be one of your best tools for connecting with customers and building strong relationships, not all businesses take advantage of their social media profiles the way they should. You can’t just put content out there anymore. Each post needs to have a definitive purpose.
by Carly Stec
I once made a really big hiring mistake.
After a series of promising interviews, I took on an intern whose level of professionalism, performance, and overall demeanor quickly took a turn for the worse. I discussed it with my supervisor, we agreed that it was in everyone’s best interests not to move forward with the internship.
However, when we sat her down to talk, she countered our concerns about her performance by saying, “But … I was driving all the way from [insert desolate location here] to get here every day.”
by Jeff Charles
I’m going to be blunt. Growing a business is hard.
Yes, I know. Captain Obvious couldn’t have said it better. But it’s true. Entrepreneurship is one of the most challenging endeavors a person can take on. While the potential rewards are great, the work is tough.
However, there are several key factors that can make it easier for you to earn more customers. In this article, you will learn five areas of focus to consider if you want to take your small business to the next level.
by item America LLC
Continuous improvement, increased efficiency and innovation are what keep the wheels of industry turning. Success means satisfying customer demands while using your own resources as economically as possible. Costs need to be kept as low as possible, and the best way of doing this is to use new processes and technologies that organize processes logically.
In 1913, Henry Ford kicked the second phase of the industrial revolution into high gear by introducing the concept of process consistency. The conveyor belt became a symbol of the industrial age. Conveyor-belt assembly lines, standardized mass-market products and specialized machinery were seen as the best ways to drive down costs and make products affordable for more and more people.