With new data protection laws upon us, it’s concerning to find that only 1 in 5 small businesses are prepared for the new regulations. This relaxed approach can make it easier for cyber attacks and data breaches to occur. To get in the know before these changes occur, here are five things that small businesses need to know about cyber liability insurance.
There are many of us grown people who still enjoy playing video games. If you fall into this category, chances are you’re looking for a laptop you can use for both gaming and business. Luckily, there are quite a few machines out there that might be exactly what you need. We singled out 5 of them you should definitely take a closer look at.
When it comes to engaging with customers and potential clients, content marketing is still very much a powerhouse. The biggest difference? Now, there’s a shift toward visual content marketing.
Visual content marketing relies on the use of appealing or captivating imagery to convey information, often delivered in several forms of media, the most common of which is a photo or image. You can also use videos, livestreams, GIFs or animated images and more. Marketers often use infographics to convey statistics or other data.
Nowadays, it is impossible to run a business without using any computer program (software) or mobile apps for that matter. There are huge amount of businesses moving towards virtual offices due to the many benefits of this way of working but the success of these transitions depend on the processes you have in place and how they run. Programs and apps are the best tools and resource to expedite what used to be tedious and manual processes that most businesses used to waste a lot of time and capital on – such as accounting, prospecting, and even client engagements.
No matter what Matt Cutts says, guest blogging remains one of the most popular ways for business owners to promote their businesses and gain backlinks in the process.
But with bloggers becoming increasingly savvy, it’s getting harder for them to say “yes” – that is unless you’re willing to pay for your guest post to be published.
Luckily, you can still get approved as a contributor to relevant and authoritative websites – here’s how!
There comes a point for every business where leaders need to introduce changes — whether to respond to competition, improve business processes or react to customer feedback. These adjustments play an integral role in improving your performance, and even if your team is showing healthy signs of productivity, staying still risks eventually falling behind those who are innovating.
A life on the road isn’t for everyone. However, sometimes work doesn’t give us a choice. If you’re travelling for business often, it pays to know a few productivity tips to keep you both relaxed and focused. Your time spent travelling is often longer than the time you spend at your destination. With this in mind, here are five ways to make the most of the in-between periods.
Working in the 21st-century office has numerous benefits, however, it is not always easy to stay focused on the task at hand. Due to this, the productivity sometimes plummets even for some of the best and most focused of workers. Once this happens, it is your job to try and turn this negative trend around. The best way to do so is by adopting strategies that improve productivity and work performance or to simply alter some of your negative or even counterproductive habits. Here is a list of seven things that are supposed to get you back on track in no time.
Shopping can never be better than this with online shopping. Reaching the nearest store, to purchase a couple of items would be a too long or slow process. You cannot change the design structure that is destined for an offline purchase. But it is always exciting and consuming to purchase online.
And that is why consumers prefer online shopping over reaching out stores. In spite of their preferences at times, they had to face particular difficulties purchasing online, which may cause them leave the store immediately and the results create a poor shopping experience.