Summer’s nearly over and you’ll likely spend less and less time outdoors. But that comes with an advantage: more time to learn indoors! Speaking of learning, we’ve prepared another batch of fresh marketing and business tips from the web. Check them out!
Video is without a doubt extremely important in marketing your business. And even though you’re not a videographer, using video creation software is not as hard as it seems. Here’s a list of the best video editing programs you can use right now.
The importance of video in marketing has been confirmed by Google themselves. Here’s an article to take inspiration from when planning the next video for your business.
Ideas for social media content can come to you at almost any point in time. That’s why having a calendar/tool to gather your ideas in one place can be productive. Check out this HubSpot article about social media calendar tools.
As winter is approaching fast, it’s time for you to plan your next Holiday Season campaign. But are you confident that you’ll have a successful campaign? Here are tips to help you out.
As the next generation of wireless connectivity unfolds all over the world, tech entrepreneurs will have big opportunities to make an impact. Readwrite.com shares ideas on leveraging the power of 5G.
Educating readers is a key step in earning their business. For that, you need great content, which includes an up-to-date blog. If you’re not convinced, check out this article from socialmediatoday.com.
Are you worried about the next recession and how it would happen? Here’s a great video that explains the intricacies of recessions and their repercussions.
A business proposal is a plan for selling goods or services — that companies send to other companies. Effective business proposals are created following a specific template. Here are great tips on creating successful business proposals.
Obtaining and renewing your business certification each year requires work and dedication. Yet, the many benefits you can gain as a small business owner are worth the effort. Here’s why.
Employees that are lagging behind can slow down a company’s quest for growth. Check out these seven tactics that savvy leaders use to lift productivity among employees.