You literally can’t go a day in your life without communicating. This give-and-take of information is the building block of modern society. Day-to-day chatting, texting, posting on Facebook, or sending out tweets all revolve around the communication process.
Whether you’re heading to a trade show, conference, or a client meeting, having a business card to share can give you an edge over others. The trouble is, everyone else probably has one, too. So many cards means that 88% of them get thrown out within a week.
Starting a small business can be stressful. You need a plan for just about every possible scenario, including your finances. But what if there were products out there offering assistance in this department?
Keeping teams on task can be cumbersome, especially when you’re juggling multiple projects and managing remote employees. Effective project management is essential, but the days of sticky notes and hard copy memos to keep everyone in the loop no longer cut it.
Tricks aren’t just for kids, they’re for adults, too. Well, at least some companies tend to think so. Let’s say you search online for candy corn, click the link, and up pops Aaron Carter’s “I Want Candy” music video.
You know, we’ve become bullies (seriously, hear me out on this one). Bullies pick on other people or groups for a variety of reasons—sometimes in retaliation, sometimes ‘just because.’ Other times, bullies target others simply because they’re different.
Before Enhanced Campaigns a.k.a. “the Stone Age,” advertisers had to create a new campaign every time for a specific targeted area. Do you remember the pain of having to select which device (desktop, tablet, or mobile) you were targeting? It was time-consuming, and we all know that time equals money. Enhanced Campaigns eases the pain with bid modifiers, allowing you to target all three devices in one campaign.
You've tried every LinkedIn trick in the book. You've uploaded a flattering profile picture, filled the boxes with your most notable achievements, and reached out to every company on your "Places to Work For" list. And yet, every time you check your inbox, you feel like Captain Jack Sparrow having a conversation with his first mate, Mr. Gibbs, on recruiting 100 souls for the Flying Dutchman:
“Can we talk for a minute?” If you've ever been in a relationship, you know this is going to be tough. It’s not much different as a manager of a business. “Sure.” Queue the shaky hands as the door clicks shut.
Have you ever walked into a room and thought, “what did I come in here for again?” Or when someone you know you know walks up to you, but you can’t remember their name?