Ellie Batchiyska — January 9, 2019 Follow @ElitzaBee — January 9, 2019 Management. What we all strive for in some form or another. We desire to be promoted within our companies, to form and manage our own businesses, to have control over household activities. Whether it’s managing children, finances, or a staff, it’s a notorious … Continue reading To Lead & To Mislead: Common Misconceptions About Being in Charge
Kevin O’Brien — May 27, 2018 — May 27, 2018 Aymanjed / Pixabay There’s no other way to put it: competition for talent in 2018 is fierce. Especially in a hot sector like tech where two-thirds of employers say they are facing a moderate to extreme skills shortage, staffing firms are looking for a way … Continue reading Who’s in Charge of Your Staffing Firm’s Recruitment Marketing?
Choncé Maddox — December 26, 2017 — December 26, 2017 FirmBee / Pixabay The online learning revolution has been booming these past two years and it shows no signs of slowing down. Part of me used to think people would eventually get tired of online courses and trainings but personally, I’ve taken quite a few … Continue reading Why You Should Charge More When Pricing Your Online Course
Karl Sakas — October 17, 2017 Follow @KarlSakas — October 17, 2017 Use value-anchoring to charge more at your agency! Wish you could charge more at your agency but not ready to switch to value-based pricing? Use value-anchoring! Value-anchoring is a sales technique where you explicitly compare the value clients get from hiring you (high) … Continue reading Charge More With Value-Anchoring
If you want to have a strong data-driven organization, it’s essential to use data throughout your design process. Columnist Brian Massey shares tips to help you be a data leader in your design decisions. Brian Massey on September 11, 2017 . It can be hard to change things. I know. I started writing about conversion … Continue reading Lead the charge to use data in every stage of your design process
Karl Sakas — June 29, 2017 Follow @KarlSakas — June 29, 2017 ThePixelman / Pixabay How much should your agency charge to fly to visit clients? Enough to cover the Opportunity Cost. One agency owner reached out for help, because one of her new retainer clients was insisting the agency send someone in-person to an … Continue reading How Much Should Agencies Charge Clients For In-Person Meetings That Require Extended Travel?
Swapnil Bhagwat — February 3, 2017 Follow @swapnildigital— February 3, 2017 A business can accrue innumerable advantages from social media campaigns, right from positioning to conversion. However, how to conduct social media marketing is the million-dollar question that many businesses face. Some of the other questions that hover in the mind are: What about the … Continue reading Turbo Charge Your Social Media Strategy With 10 Easy Tips
by Rahul Singh January 12, 2016January 12, 2016 There are various reasons why people may visit your webstore–gathering information and educating themselves, checking prices or current availability of the product, to see all your offerings, for making the purchase, and then there are also some who visit just to browse for job openings. In all … Continue reading How to Take Charge of Your eCommerce Conversion Rate in 2016 (15 Bonus Tips)
Brent PohlmanNovember 4, 2015 Over the last few weeks, this phrase keeps hitting me over the head. Too many people are always bringing up the past. I am hearing it in conversations at work and at different events. I am also learning more about people. Many people are stuck in the past. They reflect on … Continue reading Take Charge | Push Forward
Amol WaishampayanJuly 29, 2015 Are you the Manager of Vendor Juggling at your Business?TIME TO THINK ABOUT ONE COMPANY, ONE MESSAGE. Juggling Marketing Vendors. Yes, that’s what most GM’s, Marketing Managers, VP’s, and Sales Managers are doing at their businesses. They aren’t coordinating marketing plans with their vendors, planning how to integrate their traditional and … Continue reading Are You in Charge of Vendor-Juggling at your Business?