If you’re a modern business owner, you likely have at least a basic knowledge of how to market your business online. But for many people, their limited knowledge of making sales online can be a huge hurdle for their ultimate financial success with their business. Luckily, with just a few tweaks and adjustments, you can convert your boring content into content that will start raking in the sales. To show you how, here are three tips for writing online content that sells. (more…)
The business environment can be one filled with challenges and obstacles to conquer. Working in a high pressure business environment presents situations that test your ability to thrive socially, mentally, and physically.
It’s payday. You look at the amount on your check and you are elated. You did well this week. Then, you think again and the same old feeling of frustration sets in when you realise the majority of your paycheck is already spent on bills that are due shortly. Many of us are all too familiar with this scenario and are tired of living it. We are always looking for better ways to make a little extra, or a whole lot of extra, cash. The world of technology and communication have opened up a new arena for cash flow. Below are some ways that you might make that work for you. (more…)
When The Wolf of Wall Street hit the big screens, people made jokes about drug usage by the characters. Jordan Belfort, played by Leonardo DiCaprio, did cocaine and a wide assortment of other drugs in order to have a better time while working for the firm. (more…)
Lately there is much talk about guerrilla marketing and with good reason. The consumers are being bombarded with marketing campaigns on every corner and it’s beginning to wear out. People have become more sophisticated in these matters and they’re able to tell when somebody is selling them something. This is where guerrilla part comes in. Innovative and viral marketing techniques can sometimes have much stronger effect on a buyer than those which cost a lot of money and require a whole team to put them together. (more…)
If you have been following the markets’ reactions to events in the UK since the Brexit referendum last year, you may have noticed a phenomenon that may seem a bit odd. When a major event connected to the future of the UK and Brexit occurs, there is normally a noticeable reaction from both the pound, and the FTSE 100 – the index of 100 of the UK’s most influential stocks. However, there is often a strong inverse relationship between the two. As an example, when the June 8th election was announced, the pound actually soared (despite dropping before people knew what the Number 10 announcement was going to be about), but the FTSE 100 plummeted. In an opposite reaction, the FTSE 100 saw record highs when the bill to trigger Article 50 passed in parliament, but the pound dropped. (more…)