Improve your marketing campaign management with our guide to getting the most from your campaign manager and team. Read on for examples, tips, and tools to help.
It's no surprise that more and more companies are investing in influencer marketing. A Twitter post from someone with tens of thousands of followers can result in a slew of new clients and admirers. However, the fact that influencer marketing is popular doesn't imply it's simple to implement a good campaign.
A successful company is built on strong communication. Proper communication skills allow you to express yourself better and improve your professional relationships. And if you have excellent listening skills, too, it's like the cherry on the cake because it will ultimately help you climb the ladder of success in your professional as well as personal lives.
No business owner can afford to skip out on business automation. From being able to focus on what you’re good at to making the most of your resources to supporting a healthy work-life balance, automating your business from the beginning helps you grow exponentially faster.
End-to-end encryption is a system of communication where your chats are only readable by you and the recipient(s). This prevents all third parties from eavesdropping on your conversations: from the government, telecom providers, and even the tech team of the app itself.
Smaller businesses usually have limited budgets and need some time to make a stable groundwork to start growing. That’s why you should have access to tools, apps, and software that can help you scale up your business effectively. However, some of these tools can be pricey and are intended for bigger businesses and companies, making them an unprofitable investment for small businesses.
It has been over a year since the pandemic hit us hard and changed almost every aspect of our lives, including the work culture. The previously considered not-so-pleasing way of working from home is now the preferred way of working for most employees, organizations, and freelancers.
One thing marketers seem to never have enough of is time. There is always a need to juggle between testing out new ways to approach communication and channels they use, handling CRM and sending out content to all of the stakeholders.
Despite the fact that the coworking industry has been around since 2005, it still grows its popularity at a rapid pace. And this is for a good reason.
Creating a compelling video for your small business is an excellent way to boost brand visibility and get noticed in the competitive market.
Search engine optimization is a long-term process that requires attention and time. You can see the first SEO results only in a couple of months. Therefore, a detailed SEO strategy is really important so that whatever you do has a real effect on your marketing performance and eventually increases your productivity as a specialist.
The more, the merrier — until you’ve had enough. For example, you might think that you can never have enough clients. More clients mean growth; more profit, more employees (if you own a company)... and more work. If you’re doing everything right year after year, this is the scenario you can certainly expect. However, with everything mentioned comes more pressure and more deadlines to meet, and almost not enough time. If you constantly find yourself completely burnt out at the end of the workweek, or notice that each weekend passes with you still tinkering with your tasks — it’s time for a change.
I have bipolar type 2, which means my mood swings between depression and hypomania. When I'm hypomanic, it’s hard to focus on anything. RoundPie helps me stay on task. “Okay, you're gonna do this for 15 minutes and then you can take a break and be distracted. Then you're going to focus for 15 minutes again.”
Are you thinking about how to stay more focused on your work and personal life? Do your teammates dream about remaining productive while doing several activities at once? Or maybe you just want to keep the promises for the New Year?
Employee soft skills are essential for the successful running of any business. In fact, employees who received comprehensive training in a number of soft skills (such as, time management, communication, teamwork, and problem solving) turned out to be 12% more productive than employees who didn’t receive this training, a study by researchers at Harvard University, Boston University, and the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business found. As a result, the company partaking in the study experienced a whopping 256% return on investment in just nine months. Working to strengthen your employees’ soft skills through various proven methods — along with the help of the RoundPie performance-boosting app — can improve productivity and, ultimately, the bottom line of your business.
I have been a working mom for the last 5 years and one thing that I have realized is, without a few hacks being followed, it’s quite difficult for me to balance my personal as well as professional life. This is because it was very challenging for me to raise a baby keeping the same work efficiency. Sometimes I feel like a superwoman while at the other times a helpless one. But one thing that I have learned is, there are a few tricks or hacks that helped me keep going and my kiddos happy.
Reading productivity books might be a great way to procrastinate, but if you find the best time management books, reading them will not be a waste of time. In other words, you will learn how to avoid procrastination. Here are the seven best-selling books on productivity and time management.
COVID-19. No one anticipated all of the ways that it would change our lifestyles, and, more importantly, our work life. With non-essential services closed down, many more of us are working from home.
We throw around the word “productivity” a lot. Being more productive seems to be a New Year’s resolution for at least half the population! Did you know that your environment, work conditions, and even your working culture can all impact productivity negatively or positively? There are so many factors that play into what makes you productive or unproductive in a day, but when you average it out you’ll find a few surprising things that play a consistent part.
Remote teams working together in harmony achieve great goals. At some point, in order to assess how the team’s doing, team leaders and managers have to evaluate their performance against the team goals. How is it possible to evaluate a team without any in-person interaction? Managing a remote team is hard, and so is evaluating the work.