There are some important tips and strategies to bear in mind when it comes to international business networking as well as for overseas meetings.
Archive for the ‘social media’ Category
When the time comes that you have to deal with a social media crisis, make sure you can learn something from your experiences.
What is organic seo marketing, why does it take longer and what return on your investment can you expect?
Looking for new business? You might be looking in all the wrong places.
Here are a few small things in your strategy that can make a big difference in your conversion rate
For anyone not familiar with TweakYourBiz.com, it’s an international, business advice community and online publication which is owned by Anita Campbell of Small Business Trends. Today it is read by over 100,000 business people each month (140,000 unique visitors, Google Analytics, December, 2013). However, it started out as a small Irish blog with little or no traffic. Let me tell you the story of how we grew this B2B blog into a business with 100,000+ unique visitors per month.
I have collated 48 posts covering 2014 predictions from Accountancy to Websites – not quite A-Z and has a few gaps inbetween but all are worth a read. So grab a cuppa and enjoy.
Digital revolution has profoundly reflected on users’ behavior and their higher expectations to participate and contribute more actively online. The new face of the internet has changed the interactive web experience of users. Nowadays, visitors expect to be impressed, involved and entertained.
MyKidsTime.ie is a listings website for parents and their children in Ireland and their continued success on Facebook offers wonderful insights to other SMEs on how to use Digital to grow your business. In this #TYBspotlight, I find out how this Irish SME is building a viral Facebook community and business. [Disclosure: I’ve been advising Chief Executive and Founder: Jill Holtz and her team for nearly 4 years]
What drives your search for answers to improve your business? Is it a deep understanding of who you are and what you do; is it an awareness of your objectives/goals and what you want for yourself and your organization… or is it something else? Whether we call it Internet overload, filter failure or just plain lack of clarity, sometimes we need to step back and examine our MO.