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How Modern Businesses Achieve Success with AI Chatbots

It’s imperative for leaders to conduct a thorough cost-benefit analysis outlining the potential value adds and cost losses that would accompany the decision to employ chatbots.

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How To Offer Promotions To Your Customers

Now is a great time to start thinking of ways you can offer promotions to your customers and give your business a boost. There are a wide array of promotional strategies that can spark interest and provoke action with new or returning buyers.

The Hidden Costs Of Managing Bookkeeping On Your Own. Consider These Tips.

Investing the money in an accountant or bookkeeping service can ultimately save you time from chasing down receipts, protect you from costly errors and fines and help you gain valuable insights into your business’s potential, says Dustin Ray of Incfile.

How Restaurants Can Use Technology To Spur Growth

The ways in which restaurants implement technology innovations is just as important as the technologies themselves. Bagrat Safaryan, CEO of Local Express, explains.

5 Ways Leaders Can Eliminate Stress And Reboot For Change In 2021

Leaders need to be empathetic to help their employees manage stress and stay productive, especially in these unprecedented times. Joel Patterson shares some tips on how leaders can lower stress and keep morale high while implementing changes.

Who’s The New Boss? How To Avoid Succession Planning Mistakes

A lack of succession planning can be catastrophic for even the most enduring company. Jennifer Mackin shares the common mistakes companies make in their succession plans.

5 Ways To Convert Digital Customers To A Sale This Black Friday

To help firms set up for Black Friday this year, Andy Bojko shares 5 tips on how businesses can successfully set up their website to convert customers to a sale for this Friday 27 November.

4 Reasons Employers Need To Provide A Financial Security Benefit To Employees

Amy O’Meara Chambers, JD, COO and Co-founder of HealthBridge shares 4 reasons why employers need to provide a financial security benefit to their employees as part of their offering.

Brand Guidelines. How Useful Are They Really? Does Anyone Ever Read Them?

The best way to build your brand guidelines is to clearly label each section so that the information needed is easily found, says Victoria Heyward, Brand Marketing and Communications Manager at Bright.

Seven “Old-School” Workplace Strengths That Are Now Weaknesses

If you want to thrive in the new world of work, you’ve got a lot to learn — and a lot to unlearn. Ed Hess identifies some skills and attitudes that once served leaders… but now undermine us.

Tips For Hiring An Independent Contractor

Independent contractors can change the way your business operates. The right contractor can help you take your business to a new level by letting you ta[ a pro who otherwise might not fit into your budget.

5 Things You Need To Know To Successfully Manage A Remote Team

Majority of remote workers are reporting higher stress, greater anxiety, and emotional exhaustion. Matt Martin, Co-Founder and CEO of Clockwise shares five ways to successfully manage a remote team.

The Future Of Your Organization Is Now: How Your Leadership In The Next Three Months...

What you do over the balance of 2020 may be the most critical and important steps taken in the life of your career and business, argues Dan Bruder, author of "The Blendification System: Activating Potential by Connecting Culture, Strategy, and Execution".

Facebook A/B Testing For Ads In 2020

A/B testing Facebook ads lets you see which set up is most cost-effective, gets more clicks and more conversions. Luke Heinecke, founder of Linear shares how you should approach this.

The Secret To Successful Startup Teams

How do you build your best startup team? Susanna Camp and Jonathan Littman say you begin by finding your own entrepreneurial type.

Does Your Workplace Foster Collective Intelligence?

In the digital age, how well our teams collaborate can make or break our organization. Ed Hess shares some behaviors to look for — and some you’d better hope you don’t see.

5 Risks You As A Consultant Should Know About

Consultants of all stripes face some of the same risks in their work. Erin Yurday, CEO of NimbleFins shares the five risks you as a consultant should know about.

Not Digitally Transforming? You’re Dying. Here Are Six Reasons To Do It Now.

This isn’t your father’s customer base. It takes more than tweaks to meet their needs; it takes a complete overhaul. Howard Tiersky, author of the new book Winning Digital Customers, lays out six big reasons why you need to transform — starting yesterday.

Understanding The Three Factors of Franchise Success: Circumstances, Operations, And Humanity

Scott Greenberg, author of "The Wealthy Franchisee" shares three essential components in ensuring the success of your franchise business.

From The Ground Up: Reasons To Rethink Your Entry-Level Hiring Strategy

As a corporation looking to weather the storm, or as a successful startup hoping to gain longstanding market traction, consider your entry-level hiring practices, your early stage training, and the investments you make in building your team from the ground up.

What Is Engagement Marketing And How Does It Help A Business?

Engagement marketing may produce various advantages for businesses, including improved brand loyalty, enhanced opportunities to capture interests, and being able to gather relevant data.

The Fundamentals Of Running A Successful Lifestyle Blog

Launching and maintaining a lifestyle blog is an efficient avenue for promoting your insight to a vast audience. If you’re ready to start your own lifestyle blog, Stephanie Fatta of shares the main fundamentals to keep in mind. 

10 Insensitive Words You Need To Stop Using Right Now

Changing the way we use language can be difficult, but inclusive language really can create a more inclusive workplace. Here are some words not to use at the workplace.

The Day In The Life Of Working As A Digital Marketer

Have you ever thought about working for a digital marketing firm? Digital marketing is a great field for professionals who enjoy doing something different every day while utilizing both their brains' analytical and creative sides.

In Uncertain Times, Leaders Must Bring Their Best Selves To Work

When life is chaotic and precarious, leaders must be calm, positive, and perpetually open to hearing and acting on the best ideas. Ed Hess offers some tips for achieving a far more impactful and influential way of leading.

To Earn Love from “Digital Customers,” Follow This 5-Step Formula To Digital Transformation

Today’s customer is “digitally driven.” So, if your brand is going to thrive, digital must be at the core of what you do. Howard Tiersky shares five steps to set you on the path to adapting to meet your customers’ modern needs and stay relevant in the Digital Age.

The Hedgehog, Fox, Eagle And The Ostrich: Studying Leadership Through Fables

Aligning leadership qualities with Aesopian metaphors leads to interesting insights and helps identify areas of focus for growth and improvement. Jan-Benedict Steenkamp, author of "Time to Lead: Lessons for Today's Leaders from Bold Decisions that Changed History" explains.

Disrupt The Disruption: How Businesses Can Meet COVID-Forced Changes Head On

Change that disrupts the economy is nothing new – with or without a pandemic. Juan Riboldi, president of Ascent Advisor shares some ways businesses can meet the changes caused by COVID-19 head on.

Startup Founders Should Focus on Managing Expectations Before Managing KPIs

A new challenge has bloomed for founders and managers in the Covid-19 era –how do they set key performance indicators (KPIs) for the years ahead? Manni Sidhu and William Gilchrist share their thoughts.