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Guest posting lessons

January 15, 2020 Marketing

Guest Posting: 9 Lessons For Effective Outreach

Guest posting is the process of content production for a third-party source for the sake of receiving brand recognition, a backlink, or a different PR-related benefit. Publishing content to external sources has been around since forever. Websites like Huffington Post or Business 2 Community largely grew and survived primarily thanks to loyal contributors associated with

January 8, 2020 Business

Is WordPress Suitable For Large and Complex WordPress Websites?

Is WordPress suitable for large and complex WordPress websites? You should be concerned about building any complex project regardless of the underlying framework or a CMS. Let me quote the original scope from the comment before discussing further: I am currently in the process of obtaining quotes to build a website. The website is likely

January 1, 2020 Marketing

The Business Executives’ Guide To Inbound Marketing

The business executives of a company should be the frontliners in marketing the company’s products and services. There’s hardly any way around it.  If you are a part of the senior leadership or management of a company, it’s crucial to learn how to navigate marketing alongside other business operations. Digital marketing involves several skills, including

Onboarding Best Practices

December 18, 2019 Recruitment

Onboarding Best Practices That Every Business Should Use

Onboarding new hires is an essential part of the recruitment process. Skipping this requirement can backfire big time.  But here’s the thing: onboarding a new hire takes months until reaching efficiency. Hiring the wrong fit is often a 5-figure investment, considering mentorship, training, involving other team members and management in the process. Onboarding Is Crucial

Employment motivation strategies

December 11, 2019 Management

Employee Motivation Strategies For Managers And Executives

What determines “progress” in terms of employment? Progress is defined by focusing on a higher goal without having to constantly worry about day-to-day needs (food, water, shelter, clothing). Those are the basic survival needs. Until you are sure that those are taken care of, your mind constantly switches back to the urgent needs at hand

Workplace Communication Techniques and Strategies

December 4, 2019 Business Strategy

Workplace Communication Techniques and Strategies

No matter what role you have in an organization – a manager, a vendor, a consultant, or an advisor – each comes with its own challenges particularly in managing workplace communication issues. These communication issues often involve conflicts in employee relations. It’s usually the nitpicking or annoyance from the older hire that shows. Or, complaints

November 24, 2019 Business Strategy

16 Reasons Why I Don’t Pick Up My Phone

Back when I decided to no longer pick up my phone in 2014 or so, I was considered nuts by everyone around me. Nowadays, more and more of my friends and colleagues have adopted this practice, thanks to the endless number of sales calls (and even worse: robocalls). According to a TNS report (quoted on

November 20, 2019 Business Strategy

7 Phases of Running A Freelance Business

Freelancing is a decent alternative if you’re a self-driven person who is a fast learner. Some people are well-organized, can use Google (or Stack Overflow, or other resources) quickly, read fast, and are not afraid of experimenting. With the right attitude through freelancing, you may improve your technical and business skills that you will need