The sick leave, the reduced productivity, and other by-products of following and actually watching football matches is costly for business. How costly? Read More
One of the biggest hurdles entrepreneurs have to jump over in the content marketing world is planning. Here's a step-by-step method for organizing your content marketing plan. It's simple, easy to use, and has pictures! Read More
We all enjoy seeing images when we land on a website as it adds interest and peaks curiosity, especially if hyperlinked. Images are a form of rich text and can definitely boost your rankings when optimized and used correctly. There’s a common rookie mistake to avoid when using images on your site, Read More

10 Reasons We Avoid Delegating (and How to Start Doing it)

10 Reasons We Avoid Delegating (and How to Start Doing it) Avatar Posted by ivanpw under Human Resources
From 1150 days ago
Made Hot by: MarketWiz on July 4, 2014 5:49 am
Chalene Johnson, the fitness authority and entrepreneur, shares her tips on why she let others to do the work for her, and why you should do it, too. Read More

Does Your Company Have an Innovation Plan?

Does Your Company Have an Innovation Plan? Avatar Posted by swiggies under Marketing
From 1150 days ago
Made Hot by: bizyolk on July 4, 2014 4:13 am
The innovation industry, like any other industry, is full of buzz words. People like to latch on to the latest academic sounding terms and have lengthy discussions about them. This all sounds impressive, but the bottom line is “what is your company doing about it?” Are you innovating or not? Does y Read More

Top 5 Blog “Red Flag” Turn-offs

Top 5 Blog “Red Flag” Turn-offs Avatar Posted by erikemanuelli under Global
From 1153 days ago
Made Hot by: marketingvalue on July 3, 2014 10:09 pm
We’ve all visited those websites that just have us immediately fumbling for the escape button.
Or those sites that are just too difficult and busy to find what you are looking for.
There are definite “red flags” when it comes to website turn-offs and these are five of the top annoyances to consid Read More
Sometimes it’s easy to focus on the negative qualities of internet usage: addiction, the deterioration of written language, strained eyes, lost work hours, etc. Plus, we are constantly reminded of online dangers such as hacking, viruses and identity theft.

But did you know that the internet can Read More
Anneke discusses some of the ways in which you can set yourself apart to assure maximum exposure online, so that great jobs and clients coming your way. Read More
The critical success factors for a product business are well known, starting with selling every unit with a gross margin of 50 percent or more, building a patent and other intellectual property, and continuous product improvement. If your forte is a service, like consulting or web site design, it’s Read More

Giving Constructive Criticism

Giving Constructive Criticism Avatar Posted by CorporateCoachG under Management
From 1152 days ago
Made Hot by: ObjectOriented on July 3, 2014 5:19 pm
It is important to know how to give constructive criticism.
It is important to know how to avoid giving Destructive criticism.

Destructive criticism sounds like an insult.
Constructive criticism sounds like guidance.

You need to know how to give one, and avoid the other.

If you want to l Read More

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