Productivity killing habits you need to lose

Productivity killing habits you need to lose

Do you ever feel like you’re just sludging through the day, moving at a snail’s pace and feeling completely ineffective? Next thing you know, it’s five o’clock and it turns out it wasn’t just a feeling, you barely accomplished anything. So what’s the problem? It might be that you just have some bad habits.

Retain customers with email marketing

Retain customers with email marketing

After designing your company’s website, writing perfect pitch pages, and driving traffic to landing pages, you finally made a new online sale to a first-purchase customer. This customer has seen the value of your products or services. Why else would they purchase from you? But in addition to a nice increase in revenue, you also received a piece of information that could generate even more income: your customer’s email address.

Conducting business continuity exercises

Conducting business continuity exercises

Unexpected disasters can completely catch your business off guard, and when they do you’ll have a hard time trying to get things back in order. Most business owners are aware of potential problems, so they usually have a business continuity plan (BCP) already in place.

Pinterest marketing just got easier

Pinterest marketing just got easier

Much attention in the social media marketing world is paid to the heavyweights of Facebook and Twitter – and, when executed properly, your marketing efforts on these networks can pay great dividends. But there is much more to social media marketing than these two platforms alone, and other channels that are on the rise include Pinterest.

Control your phone with your eyes

Control your phone with your eyes

We’ve all become accustomed to controlling our touchscreen smart phones with our fingers. It is something which just a few years ago seemed unthinkable, as we were grappling with now ancient looking Nokia models. Now the next revolution is on the way – Samsung has recently patented new technology that, if it comes to fruition, will see your phone respond to eye movement as a way of controlling what it does.

3 productivity questions you need to ask

3 productivity questions you need to ask

Most of us have this fantasy that technology is going to make everything better automatically. But is that really true? When you stop and take a moment to reflect, does checking your email ten times a day, keeping your break/fix contractor on speed dial, or purchasing yet another workflow app really make your business more productive? The easy answer to these questions is almost certainly no.