OK, ‘fess up: when was the last time you revisited your small business employee handbook? Did Facebook exist? Did Google? Hey, we know you’re busy juggling ten zillion things, but how about making a commitment RIGHT NOW and updating the darn thing?
Here are seven things to think about as you revise and reissue this important document.
People talk a lot about email marketing and email communications with customers. But what about corporate email—you know, those messages that are sent day-to-day within an organization? Is there such a thing as internal email etiquette we all need to follow?
The answer is yes. That is, if we want our colleagues to read and respond to our messages. Here’s what to keep in mind before you hit “send.”
If you’ve been in business for a while, you’ve no doubt received calls or emails from sales vendors hawking their solutions for your business. Whether it’s CRM software (like Salesforce), marketing software (like HubSpot), subscription services (like SinglePlatform or Merchant Services through ResellerRatings) or some other “must have” program, you’ve no doubt been inundated with demos and free trials. And some of this “stuff” probably sounds good and helpful even.
But how do you know for sure? How do you know you’re investing in something worthwhile for your business rather than snake oil from a slick salesman?
Here are eight ways to evaluate the latest-and-greatest offers filling your inbox.
Hard to believe we’re half way through 2014. Summer schedules are just around the corner, but that doesn’t mean we should get lazy when it comes to our marketing plans, right? In fact, now is the time to perform a mid-year checkup. Here’s how to evaluate where you’re at.
It’s the unofficial start of summer (thanks, Memorial Day), which means we’re all dreaming of those lazy, hazy days at the beach, right? Whoa, not so fast! Let’s get the employee scheduling “issues” cleared up first.
Here are some tips to make sure everything runs smoothly.