Tag Archives: Communication

How to Leverage LinkedIn Communication on Other Channels

Brooklin Nash June 21, 2020 How do you use LinkedIn? Unless you’re a sales rep using LinkedIn Sales Navigator on a daily basis, you likely use LinkedIn’s main platform as a social networking tool. Yes, LinkedIn is useful for building your own network. But that’s not all LinkedIn communication is good for. LinkedIn is a … Continue reading How to Leverage LinkedIn Communication on Other Channels

Leveraging Your Rewards Program for COVID-19 Communication and Awareness

Vince Chiofolo — March 13, 2020 COVID-19, otherwise known as coronavirus, is having an impact. As such, organizations around the world are responding quickly by developing communication management plans to help inform their company constituents of the threats, needs, and risks associated with the pandemic. Here are a few key ways in which you can … Continue reading Leveraging Your Rewards Program for COVID-19 Communication and Awareness

Invoice Communication Tips: What to Say to Get Paid Faster

Albert Costill — February 28, 2020 Communicating with your clients or customers isn’t always the easiest of tasks. While a majority of them are awesome, you do encounter those clients who are demanding and overly emotional. Even worse, there are some who are constantly late on paying an invoice. Sometimes, there’s no way around this. … Continue reading Invoice Communication Tips: What to Say to Get Paid Faster

Email vs. social channels: Who will win over consumers’ communication preferences?

In this era of authenticity, good old-fashioned email is undergoing a renaissance. Len Shneyder on October 9, 2019 at 12:41 pm In December 2010, something unexpected happened: Facebook surpassed Google in terms of website traffic according to The Economist. Over the next few years, the Facebook-dominant phenomenon would repeat in other ways: time spent, usage … Continue reading Email vs. social channels: Who will win over consumers’ communication preferences?

7 Executive Tips for Improving Communication within a Remote Company

Laura Spawn — September 30, 2019 Follow @virtualvocation Effective communication is important within any organization, but it is especially crucial for companies with geographically dispersed teams. The unique communication challenges that virtual teams face are obvious?: no quick check-ins during the workday or face-to-face meetings to facilitate team building. Communication for virtual teams takes more … Continue reading 7 Executive Tips for Improving Communication within a Remote Company

Will Rich Communication Services (RCS) revolutionize business messaging?

Brands and consumers are excited about RCS messaging, but without networks and major tech companies on board, adoption is far behind. Jennifer Cannon on August 29, 2019 Often referred to as SMS 2.0, rich communication services (RCS) deliver a media-rich, engaging messaging experience. The solution is an advanced form of SMS messaging which allows users … Continue reading Will Rich Communication Services (RCS) revolutionize business messaging?

How to Avoid Communication Disaster: 4 Proven Tips for Success

Meg Manke — April 30, 2019 Follow @meg_manke — April 30, 2019 Politics. I mean the ones in the office. The ones that create eye rolls and backbiting. Not to be confused with government politics which consists of…eye rolling and backbiting. Ok, anyhow – you get the point. The real mystery about office politics is … Continue reading How to Avoid Communication Disaster: 4 Proven Tips for Success

Why Management-Supported, Transparent Communication Enhances Employee Experience

Sarah Deane — November 29, 2018 Follow @effectUX — November 29, 2018 rawpixel / Pixabay With current U.S. unemployment numbers as low as 1969 rates––3.7%, according to September 2018 data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics––it’s a timely opportunity to evaluate the importance of good management in staff retention. Good management plays an integral role … Continue reading Why Management-Supported, Transparent Communication Enhances Employee Experience