October 11, 2019Via: Small Business Trends
We all know bad customers are unpleasant to deal with. The consequences of bad customers can reach into other aspects of your business, too. They contribute to churn when they don’t listen to you and don’t realize value from your […]
September 20, 2019Via: Inc.
Your customers are the most important part of your business. It’s their feedback, interest and needs that drive sales, promote products and further brand reach. If you provide poor customer experiences and don’t match audience expectations, it’ll be challenging to […]
August 5, 2019Via: Inc.
When you’re a startup CEO, you probably don’t have all that much leadership experience. So you will end up learning by doing, and also by listening to others’ conventional wisdom about how to lead your team. That’s a great way […]
August 5, 2019Via: Business 2 Community
The dreaded digital trash bin is the likely destination of even the most carefully crafted email campaigns if they fail to include one essential component – personalization. Today’s consumer expects personalized experiences, and the inbox is no exception. In an […]
August 1, 2019Via: Inc.
Recruiting is top-of-mind for companies–and for good reason. It’s a competitive market. According to ManPower Group’s 2018 Talent Shortage Survey, companies are struggling to fill jobs. Nearly half (45 percent) of global employers say they can’t find the skill sets […]
July 25, 2019Via: Inc.
While there’s no perfect formula to improve workflow, making positive changes generally involves prioritization, organization and the ability to anticipate your needs. It’s a balance between knowing this process may take some time, while also understanding that it’s not rocket […]
July 17, 2019Via: Small Business Trends
Many of you have a family business that you either inherited, that you bought, that you got pushed into, shoved into, or that you chose to be a part of. It’s important to talk about the route of entrepreneurship when […]
June 7, 2019Via: Inc.
The worst leaders are remembered for what they did to their people, the best for what they did for their people. It’s as simple, and as tricky as that. Tricky because as a leader it’s easy to focus solely on […]
May 7, 2019Via: ArsTechnica
The current Windows Subsystem for Linux uses a Microsoft-authored kernel component that provided the same kernel API as the Linux kernel but written from scratch by Microsoft. Essentially, it translated from Linux APIs to Windows NT kernel APIs. That worked […]
May 7, 2019Via: Marketing Land
Google is planning to announce new tools for Chrome that offer users more control over third party tracking cookies, according to the Wall Street Journal. The controls and default settings would be somewhat less “severe” than the anti-cookie tracking moves […]