In business, everything comes down to the bottom line. That’s why it’s the bottom line. Even if you’re in business for creative freedom or the joy of providing a good service, you still need to make money to survive. Profit provides possibilities. But bringing in the profits as a small business can seem pretty challenging, particularly when keeping all your daily responsibilities handled can feel like feverishly spinning plates.
From time to time I get into the debate with marketers who don’t believe in social media. But I try to repeat myself, “it’s not about yourself where you want to be if they are your potential clients you need to show up and pick them up where they are.” Social media is a potentially invaluable medium for marketers.
Let us face the truth; a human cannot be replaced in a successful business with a machine. Is this statement accurate or false? Properly, we have proven success stories that are telling us a different story. eCommerce stores are getting closer to replace real-life experience and show it’s potentials. But we see a lot of samples where the digital world fails, so we ask today, why eCommerce stores don’t sell?
For an eCommerce website to succeed, there are many aspects of the store that need to be taken into consideration before launch. The dependencies are not only on the quality of the products provided by the store but also on the Design of the store and the way it is marketed and the user features for an eCommerce website.
Communication in today’s workplace is becoming more difficult, as so many different age groups are now represented in the workforce. From tech-happy Gen Z’ers to more traditional Baby Boomers, coworkers come from very different backgrounds, and therefore each group has specific ways they choose to communicate with one another. Learn today how to overcome the challenge in your own company working together with different generations in the workspace.