In one of my previous posts, I explained in more detail why having a blog is needed for business websites. But it’s common knowledge that coming up with topics that visitors of your site will be interested in is not always like a walk in the park. » Read more
I’m sure if you are running a business then you have a VERY busy schedule for the whole week, probably the whole month or even the whole year!
And with the Yuletide season just around the corner, you may be overloaded with stress both from personal responsibilities and business engagements. » Read more
After seeing it, no matter how unique the design is, most people will just leave the site to move on to the next pretty thing which catches their eyes online.
Or, if it’s a brochure or flyer, most people will tend to either throw it away or put it in the pile of papers they leave on a rack which collects dust. » Read more
Online press release writing and distribution are among the best marketing channels for businesses.
These have never gone outdated even with the current search updates and boom in social media.
But coming up with topics appropriate for press releases is something which most businesses fear, especially small businesses. » Read more
It has been a rainy week here in our country. These kinds of days make the bed, couch and television more inviting than ever. And sometimes, these days bring in gloomy feelings too because of the gloomy weather. But an attitude of gratitude is the simplest remedy for any gloomy thought or emotion. This I’ve learned through years of many ups and downs mostly in my personal life but not excluding my professional career too.
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I noticed a certain trend with the posts of many of my friends in Facebook since last week. Many of them had broadcast statuses of unhappiness in their current jobs or wanting to resign from their posts. They have different kinds of reasons to which I can very much relate to when I was still holding a regular office job. So I asked myself, is it really impossible to be fully happy with your job even if it’s paying for all your bills? » Read more