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Ways to quickly expand your business

You have a huge responsibility on your shoulders if you are running a business. However, the responsibility is greater if you are yet just thinking to start your own business.

How to streamline your collaboration processes

Collaboration across teams and individuals can create some really fantastic results, however, if the process is clunky and difficult, the work suffers and often, so does morale.

Should your business create an employee handbook?

Admittedly, the phrase, 'employee handbook' tends to instantly conjure up a more Pathe News-esque world or that other type of 'book'. The war-era ration one.

The complete and comprehensive guide about the concept of online proctoring

In the current global scenario where everything is being hit by the coronavirus pandemic, the online proctoring is the only thing which is very much successful in the whole world and provides the organisations as well as candidates with multiple advantages throughout the process.

The best word-of-mouth marketing strategies to use in 2021

Word-of-mouth marketing is such an important marketing tool, as this kind of recommendation usually comes from friends, family or colleagues. Because of this, word-of-mouth marketing is one of the most trustworthy sources of marketing for any business.

Increasing your productivity as a freelancer. 4 ways it can be done

As a freelancer, you get to spend your time doing the things you love. It's challenging at times, but ultimately, you're sharing your talents with those who need them and probably enjoying yourself in the process.

How to develop powerful feedback loops within your organization

When you run a business, it’s easy to become disillusioned. You become blinded by biases and other mental heuristics, while unknowingly blocking out information that could be valuable in your approach to managing and leading your team.

A matter of timing: Why businesses must reply to customer queries quickly

A matter of timing: Why businesses must reply to customer queries quickly

One simple, and perhaps startling, reason why: businesses could risk losing sales or even, in many instances, long-term custom. That’s because making prompt replies to customer queries isn’t just good customer service; it’s also often key to fostering strong customer loyalty.

The advantages of VPS hosting options

The advantages of VPS hosting options

Business owners need a better solution for managing their business services, connecting to their workers, and hosting their e-commerce website.

5 key stats that prove the significance of customer care

Consumer insight and reviews giant Feefo has recently undertaken a survey of 2,000 UK shoppers to shed light on consumer behaviours, thought processes and opinions on the customer experience when making purchases online.

Here is why newsletter printing is a smart marketing strategy for your company

When it comes to marketing your company or business, you need a smart strategy to reach your target market. There are different marketing strategies out there, but few are capable of driving desirable results.

Why brands are turning to digital marketing to survive COVID-19

To say that 2020 has been a year of change may be an understatement. With lockdown round 2 now in full swing, those changes will only continue. Businesses are fighting for survival: fighting to be seen and heard.

6 Best Web Development Frameworks for 2021

The web and mobile applications market has become extremely competitive, presenting more functionality and faster platforms to solve users’ daily problems.

The best time to post on Instagram in 2020

Instagram’s popularity is growing. This social networking platform is used by over 3.5 billion people. This platform has experienced tremendous growth over recent years.

3 reasons more organizations are archiving their data

Data archiving is not a new notion. In fact, in the simplest sense, it’s a direct descendant of traditional records management practices – organizations have always had timelines for keeping information on hand, but when that information was stored on paper, at least some of it had to be tossed on a regular basis.