When COVID hit us in 2020, businesses faced their worst nightmares. It was a challenging time, and we pushed our limits, thought out of the box solutions for a unique problem. Now when we look at the past 18 months, we realize that few changes taken out of desperation were actually a more effective way of conducting our business. It took time for us to accept the changes for the way of doing things.
Have you already nailed the way to acquire more clients for your SaaS business, but retaining them remains a challenge? You may have already guessed that an effective onboarding process is exactly what can solve this issue for you now. So how can you double up revenue while keeping your acquisition effort and budget at the same level?
Smaller businesses usually have limited budgets and need some time to make a stable groundwork to start growing. That’s why you should have access to tools, apps, and software that can help you scale up your business effectively. However, some of these tools can be pricey and are intended for bigger businesses and companies, making them an unprofitable investment for small businesses.
It has been over a year since the pandemic hit us hard and changed almost every aspect of our lives, including the work culture. The previously considered not-so-pleasing way of working from home is now the preferred way of working for most employees, organizations, and freelancers.
One thing marketers seem to never have enough of is time. There is always a need to juggle between testing out new ways to approach communication and channels they use, handling CRM and sending out content to all of the stakeholders.
Despite the fact that the coworking industry has been around since 2005, it still grows its popularity at a rapid pace. And this is for a good reason.
Creating a compelling video for your small business is an excellent way to boost brand visibility and get noticed in the competitive market.
Humans witnessed a complete turnaround in all aspects of life due to COVID-19. We have begun interpreting and understanding things from a very perceptive point of view. As the world went for a complete lockdown from the start of 2020, we were overburdened with new and complicated challenges to be faced following the pandemic.
Working remotely is a very common solution nowadays. From the point of view of employees, it is undoubtedly time-saving and more comfortable. “Commuting” to work takes them seconds, not hours spent in traffic jams. They can choose whether they work in the office or if the bed becomes their command center. There is no dress-code (unless they have an online business meeting), and they can get up shortly before starting work. No makeup, no ironing clothes, nor running for the bus, just staying in their own home. What’s not to like about that?
Search engine optimization is a long-term process that requires attention and time. You can see the first SEO results only in a couple of months. Therefore, a detailed SEO strategy is really important so that whatever you do has a real effect on your marketing performance and eventually increases your productivity as a specialist.
Nearly half of all projects take longer than expected. You know why? Poor scheduling. Not just that, but a quarter of all projects fail because task timings were estimated incorrectly. The problem is that, not only is it difficult to create an accurate schedule, it’s even harder when your team is remote.
It is already the second year of the successful PomoDone App and the Thiel Fellowship partnership that allows every Fellowship alumni to redeem the Ultimate PomoDone Plan. Sounds awesome, right?
We all grow up in a hustling-bustling life. From school to college, and from family to friends, spending half your day out and about in pursuit of acquiring a certain goal is not a routine but a complete lifestyle. So, when it comes to remote work, some of us start to panic, especially those who have already spent a huge part of their work-life committed to in-house roles.
Close to three-quarters of business-to-business marketers report seeing online education (and in particular, webinars) as one of the most powerful strategies available for generating high-quality leads. It’s little wonder then, that we’re currently seeing an explosion in webinars, quality webinar software, and digital products designed to support the delivery of online educational programs.
More and more people are keener on delving into various business ventures because of the advantages that they can reap from setting up their own enterprise rather than being confined in an office cubicle. However, alongside the advantages of running your own business, there are also certain drawbacks such as being responsible for ensuring that you diligently pay your tax dues. In line with this, below are some simple hacks that will help you handle your business taxes well.
The more, the merrier — until you’ve had enough. For example, you might think that you can never have enough clients. More clients mean growth; more profit, more employees (if you own a company)... and more work. If you’re doing everything right year after year, this is the scenario you can certainly expect. However, with everything mentioned comes more pressure and more deadlines to meet, and almost not enough time. If you constantly find yourself completely burnt out at the end of the workweek, or notice that each weekend passes with you still tinkering with your tasks — it’s time for a change.
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Are you thinking about how to stay more focused on your work and personal life? Do your teammates dream about remaining productive while doing several activities at once? Or maybe you just want to keep the promises for the New Year?
The business sector is going through some strange times right now, and it’s safe to say that the COVID-19 pandemic has brought some unique challenges to the modern workforce. Of course, it is again up to the entrepreneurs and the managers to overcome these trials and enable their teams and companies to actually thrive in the face of adversity. Not only does this mean that entrepreneurs should refine and learn new skills, but it also means that you need to adopt the right technologies to help your remote employees thrive.