When a big brand comes a-knocking, and the numbers are right, the temptation to “sell out” may be too irresistible to resist.
Although society has transitioned to all things digital, customers still seek interaction with a business when they’re deciding to buy a product. So, they pick up the phone and hit dial.
In theory, social media automation sounds good. Less time spent scrolling, and more time spent working. No more spending hours on social media building engagement, generating leads, or growing your followers; just set and forget. Imagine what you could do with all that extra time?
Need help driving sales for your ecommerce store? With the right tools, you can enhance your sales strategy and get more people to buy from you.
Sitting at home with a glass of wine, and your eyes glued to a screen (e.g. smartphone, tablet, or TV), has become a common way to spend leisure time. And personally, it’s my favorite way to relax.
A lot of people think pay per click campaigns are a quick and easy way to get conversions on a limited budget. However, not all PPC campaigns work the way they should. Many times, money’s wasted as poor traffic and unqualified leads click your ads but fail to convert.
Before signing on the dotted line (or clicking), consumers should first always read the fine print. But the reality is that doesn’t always happen. Skipping the fine print can result in “unexpected surprises” that leave them feeling like they’ve been ‘tricked,’ which doesn’t bode well for your brand.
Whether you’re a new content writer or seasoned writer trying to break into a different industry, getting published is no easy task. It’s a bit like which came first: the chicken or the egg? Oftentimes, a portfolio of published work is required to score that coveted guest writer spot. But how do you get that initial break to build your portfolio?
Like the employees in The Circle, you’ve probably experienced the delicate balancing act of performing technology-based work and attempting to take a vacation. But it isn’t easy to unplug from the matrix. As the lines between work and personal life continue to blur, a new type of consumer is emerging: the bleisure traveler.