Short Tips

January 30, 2019

Choosing Between Scarce Good Developers vs. Less Experienced Developers

Common sense would suggest that good developers are better than inexperienced/junior ones. That’s the norm in an ideal scenario where those few good developers would stick around, handle a good volume of workload, and generate solid ROI. Also, interns and entry-level developers may become the weakest link in the company. They are slow and inefficient, often produce low-quality

January 5, 2019

What Is An “On-The-Job” Training?

Training programs are available in larger companies. The concept of training depends on the type of role, a candidate’s experience, and the company policy. Complete Training For Beginners That’s common for first-time employees with no work experience to date and those working in franchises with established processes. You have probably seen that in McDonalds or

Giving Up Control Over Smaller Projects

January 3, 2019

Giving Up Control Over Smaller Projects

After you started your own company and grew enough to hire more people, was it hard to give up control over smaller projects? There are actually different combinations depending on the: Culture of the company Business model Personality of the founder Some are easy-going, running on autopilot (turnkey), or don’t require that much coordination. How

Better Website

December 29, 2018

Pitching A Better Website To A Well-Known Online Company

What if I approach a well-known online company with a better website I designed that has better UI and features than theirs? Will they buy me out or employ me? While it’s not impossible, it’s not very likely to happen for several reasons. Features and UI Are Not Everything A beautiful platform with tons of

Remote Working

December 2, 2018

Pros and Cons Of Remote Teams

Remote teams are a wonderful way to scale a business. But, there are certain nuggets you need to assess first. Scaling Full-Time Freelance I worked as a full-time freelancer for nearly 2 years before starting the company. My business hours were flexible and a lot of my work was done from home or in coffee

September 9, 2018

Why Digital Marketers Don’t Run Businesses?

Not every digital marketer is a suitable startup or agency founder. Here’s why. Different Categories Profiling In Various Niches Digital marketing includes a number of different categories profiling in various niches, such as: SEO Social media marketing Copywriting/content marketing Email marketing Affiliate marketing Influencer marketing PPC Conversion rate optimization Some may include other forms of advertising,

August 27, 2018

How Is An SEO Consultancy Important For A Small Business?

I’m a firm believer of common sense. It’s often the solution to most problems – even in fields that you are less experienced in. But common sense has several flaws: People often have varying perspectives on life. Different ideas may be floating around simultaneously. It lacks structure – a process of its own. A small business

August 15, 2018

Increasing Productivity – Tips

Prioritization and focus are certainly instrumental to higher productivity. Same goes for keeping your health in check (in addition to a healthy food regime and getting enough sleep). Complying with an established set of processes does miracles, too. When tackling new challenges or attempting to solve a new type of problem, a common productivity killer is the inability

December 12, 2017

7 Steps to Reduce Your Email Backlog

Dealing with a staggering email backlog daily is a problematic chore. It takes a while to browse through your emails, identify priorities, reassign whenever needed, and handle everything without missing important backlog activities. Here are 7 practical ways to reduce your email backlog and automate your process in a sensible manner, thus allocating time and