Reclaim Your Personal Life and Improve Work Productivity
Running a small business doesn’t have to mean sacrificing every aspect of your personal life. Instead, you can focus on getting more done in a shorter period of time. In this Crowdspring post, Katie Lundin sharessome work productivity tips that help you get more time for yourself.
Consider In-House Marketing vs. Hiring an Agency
If you want your marketing to make as big of an impact as possible, you need to have the right team. Some businesses choose to have an in-house marketing team, while others prefer an agency. To make the best decision for your business, consider the things listed in this Digital Current post by Sam Hurley. Then see what BizSugar members have to say here.
Take Data Protection Seriously
The last thing you want for your small business is to see all of your hard work and investment go to waste because of a cyber attack. A recent study found that it’s even more important for small merchants to take data protection seriously than was previously thought. Learn more in this Smallbiztechnology.com post by Ramon Ray.
Generate Leads from Your Content
Content creation is a well-known tool in the marketing world. However, it can also make a major impact on your sales goals. If you want to learn more about how to make your content work for you and generate potential leads, here are some insights from Ann Smarty on the BrightLocal blog.
Use Emotional Intelligence to Provide Exceptional Customer Service
Providing great service is a major part of making sales and keeping customers coming back for more. In order to do that, you might need to understand emotions and how they can impact behavior. In thisProcess Street post, Sawaram Suthar explains why this is such an important part of customer service.