|Urooj Kazi - Freelance Business Writer||
The higher the monetary bonus, the lower the performance.
Small business owner, are you? Entrepreneur maybe? Or is it your job to hire and retain employees in your workplace? Irrespective of why employee retention and performance should matter to you, if it does, this post is for you.
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Catering exclusively to the desire for uniqueness is a fallacy. No matter how unique we think we are or how individualistic our customers are, research shows that the herd culture prevails. Are you giving your customers the right herd to follow?
Do you have trouble getting people to sign up for your email lists? Are you making newsletter after newsletter for a handful of subscribers, who may not read it at all? Are your feed stats abysmal?
The solution is a 10 sec modification away.
If you think measuring the ROI of your marketing efforts on Facebook is next to impossible, here are three accurate methods to calculate it effortlessly.
However, you do not need any elaborate, technical setup to make accurate measures of whether your efforts are bearing fruits. In this post I’ll share three simple ways to measure the returns that sales campaigns on your Facebook page are giving your business.
Customer touchpoints are changing, with social media leading the race. Small businesses have the most to gain from this shift - if they only know how.
Skittles, Forrester Research and Salesforce.com may have the answers to those questions.
Today, every second person claims to be an entrepreneur. About 150k new startups are created each day. More than 65% of them fail.
A quick Google search on why businesses fail will throw up millions of relevant results, because there are a million reasons why a business may fail (and a million more that we don’t know of).
Does your business spend a huge chunk of its marketing budget on social media?
Is your business spending numerous man-hours on Facebook or Twitter, trying to attract new customers?
You are not alone. Giving you company are your competitors. The customers you target are just as likely to be targeted by them.