Josh Slone — October 4, 2017 — October 4, 2017 How to Drive More Cold Email Responses If you have an agency, you sell results. Which is typically hard on the front end. That’s why you have case studies, referrals, and other types of media that prove you can accomplish what you say you can. … Continue reading Cold Email Responses: Point Out a Lead’s Mistakes (Email Sequence Included)
Amanda Clark — January 26, 2017 Follow @GrammarChicInc— January 26, 2017 One of the most common mistakes the team at Grammar Chic sees when it comes to resumes is the dreaded “References available upon request” line, or, even worse, actual references listed on the resume. This practice is far outdated, and it’s time to remove … Continue reading Should References Be Included on Your Resume?
Melissa Hollis — January 21, 2017 — January 21, 2017 Every business is unique and so is its tax situation. This not only leaves a lot of room for different tax strategies across all businesses, but it also means most business owners are unsure about where to start. What is certain is that there are … Continue reading Your Checklist for a Penalty-Free Tax Season [Important Dates Included]
by Jeff MurphyAugust 31, 2016 Believe it or not, team building activities for work are critically important to the success of your business. In fact, the personal bonds formed between team members actually give your company a competitive edge. How does this work? It’s all about engagement. There’s a pretty clear link between the personal … Continue reading 35 Insanely Fun Team Building Activities For Work (“Trust Falls” Not Included)
by Leah Spector June 9, 2016June 9, 2016 As a passionate ecommerce professional, you want to do everything you can to create an amazing brand, build a loyal fanbase and nurture lifetime customers. Small touches from personalized thank you notes to surprise-and-delight opportunities on your social media channels can help make a difference for beloved … Continue reading How to Grow an Engaged, Ready-to-Buy Community on Pinterest [Checklist Included]
by Margarita Hakobyan January 3, 2016 Follow @margahakobyanJanuary 3, 2016 Business failure is a distinct possibility for many businesses, especially for start-ups. According to the SBA, 30% of new businesses fail during the first two years, 50% during the first five years and 66% during the first 10 years. Businesses fail for many reasons which … Continue reading Why Failure Should Be Included In Your Business Plan