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
Brian Rutledge — December 14, 2018 — December 14, 2018 From natural disasters, errant employees, malware to even a rodent with an appetite for cables — the likelihood of an organization suffering a data disaster has never been greater. An organization’s best defense is to plan for business continuity and disaster recovery by using best … Continue reading Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery: Your Organization’s Safety Plan
Ryan Scott — October 6, 2017 Follow @causecast — October 6, 2017 The onslaught of major natural disasters in the past month is forcing companies to consider how they can and should respond to such overwhelming need. Hurricanes Maria, Irma and Harvey have literally rained down devastation, an earthquake in Mexico has left hundreds dead, … Continue reading Why Companies Must Shift from Disaster Relief to Disaster Philanthropy
Ellen Huxtable — July 20, 2017 Follow @abiztweet — July 20, 2017 geralt / Pixabay Power networking builds; thoughtless networking destroys. Visibility in person and online can attract customers, supporters and affiliates. But the wrong actions or the wrong communications can at best make your efforts useless. More likely, the unknowing steps you take can … Continue reading Power Networking: 5 Tips to Avoid Disaster
Jacob Baadsgaard — July 10, 2017 Follow @jakebaadsgaard — July 10, 2017 ElisaRiva / Pixabay Ever feel like you’re on one of those runaway trains in the movies? The bad guy has disabled the brakes and the train just seems to hurtle faster and faster towards impending doom? Whether you’re a business owner or minimum-wage … Continue reading Managing Expectations: Are You Headed for Disaster?
Matthew Foster — January 22, 2017 — January 22, 2017 According to Statista, the world is set to spend $ 2.143 trillion on e-commerce sales in 2017. This aligns with the trend of annualized growth rate of the e-commerce market in the US, standing at 14.81% and not showing signs of slowing down. A power … Continue reading Disaster Recovery: How to Prepare Your Business for Systems Failures [Infographic]
Luke Hay — December 23, 2016 — December 23, 2016 Ghost buttons are transparent calls to action that appear on websites and in apps. They tend to have a thin border and a text label that sits within the transparent body of the button. The use of this type of button reached a peak around … Continue reading Ghost Buttons: UX Disaster or Effective Design?
by Mandy Edwards Follow @memktgservicesOctober 13, 2016 As a business owner, you hope to never find yourself prepping for a natural disaster. Whether it be a blizzard, ice storm, flood, or hurricane, it’s something you are never taught to do. There isn’t a college course called “Disaster Prep for Business Owners 101” or “Managing a … Continue reading 5 Steps to Handling Your Business’ Social Media During a Natural Disaster
by Mike Parry July 3, 2016July 3, 2016 Anyone who has ever had to send an email marketing campaign will know “The Fear” – the sense of dread you get when you personally are about to hit the go button on an email that is going to be received by potentially thousands and thousands of … Continue reading How to Recover From an Email Disaster
by Andre W. Klein March 1, 2016 Follow @akleines2March 1, 2016 Tumblr Strategies to Follow 1: Be Mysterious. — Regardless of what you post on your Tumblr page, the first rule is to be mysterious. Any pictures that are less than mysterious should be removed at all costs. — REMEMBER: The way your audience looks … Continue reading Tumblr Strategies to Follow & Disaster Strategies You Must Avoid