All work, at any level in the organization, should be double-checked by somebody. That does not mean that the owner of the business should be looking over the collective shoulders of every employee in every department. That’s neither desirable nor feasible.
You wouldn’t buy a new car without driving it first, would you? So why are your hiring people before testing them out?
Guest post by Sophia Mest Whether you are selling a product or offering a service, receiving negative reviews is always going to be a part of the business. Upon receipt of a bad review, no matter how many times you have got them in the past, your first instinct will be to defend your reputation […]
Guest post by Mary Frenson If you are involved in web design, then you already know how important it is to keep up with current trends. Design moves fast, and if you design a website that was fashionable 5 years ago now, it would look like a dinosaur. Make sure that you pay attention to […]
Guest post by Marleen Anderson Let’s get one thing clear – in 2008, 93% of American customers expected businesses to be present on social media. Today the vast majority of companies have social channels, but the widespread branded use of social media doesn’t mean marketers know what they’re doing. If your social media marketing strategy […]
Guest post by Ari Rush Marketing programs can be expensive. If you hire a marketing agency to build your business up from scratch, you may find yourself investing much more than you originally bargained for. That’s not to say that you shouldn’t be marketing, or even that you shouldn’t be looking to marketing agencies. You […]
Guest post by Matt Vild To be a successful designer, setting yourself up for success is half the battle. While anyone can get lucky and do successful work once, creating effective work over and over again, for any client, in any circumstance, is the mark of a true professional. Here are our top 3 tips […]
Guest post by Vanessa Rombaut I’ve been both a remote worker and a local-in-the-office worker. Both have the pros and cons, and along the way I’ve gathered an arsenal of cloud-based tools to help me get my job done, plan projects, make small talk with colleagues, invoice seamlessly, and plan my family life. Most of […]
Guest post by Simone Smith Missing a deadline is something that happens even to the best of us. Whether you got sick and couldn’t finish your tasks on time or the project took you much longer than expected, one thing is clear – you’re about to miss the deadline and need to communicate it to […]
Guest post by Del Mauricio The prospect of starting a freelance business is something that has continued to gain traction in the recent decade. In fact, according to a study conducted by Intuit in 2010, 40% of the American workforce will consist of freelancers or contractors by 2020. If you are a freelancer, then this […]