Trying to prepare for an important job interview? Before you google “most common job interview questions,” spend fifteen minutes drafting a 30-second introduction.
Chances are, you’re trying to figure out how to improve internal communications at your company. Healthy internal communications can breed a positive and collaborative culture, efficient processes, and greater productivity. Poor communication can hobble your employees, lead to poor customer experiences, and hit you with increased operational costs. Here are three simple suggestions to improve your internal communications.
Need to hire a new full-time employee? Here are tips, steps, and legal advice to help your small business hire the perfect candidate.
Jive is excited to share this guest blogpost, written by Frost and Sullivan, about key competitive differentiators between UCaaS providers. As businesses weigh the options to migrate their communications workloads to the cloud there are many criteria to evaluate, including: price, scalability, feature functionality, security, reliability, integration capabilities, provider reputation, and more. In addition to these attributes, the ability to offer a one-stop shop for business communications that includes telephony, conferencing, mobility, and contact center services is a key factor in UCaaS purchase decisions.
Use these 21 video marketing tips to be discovered by your customers and to increase traffic and conversionns.
If you are a small enterprise that’s looking to migrate to cloud-based telephony, here are five ways hosted PBX and VoIP systems can help your business:
Keep your employees in the look with these 5 tips for effective communication in the workplace: develop a strategy, create a process, multiply the message, explain why, and create a feedback process.
Call center attrition is a real problem, but many call centers treat it like a necessary evil. They acknowledge that customer service is a difficult field, and that employees tend to come and go. That’s why it’s important to understand what factors are driving your employee churn and how to deal with them.
For small business owners, PPC advertising is incredibly tempting, almost irresistible. It’s easy to set up a Google AdWords account, pick out some keywords, set a budget, and bingo — you’re in the PPC business. However, businesses that gravitate to PPC fail to appreciate how carefully and thoughtfully campaigns must be executed. So how do you beat the odds and succeed with PPC? Here are five tips that will give you a big edge over competitors — even big ones with 10 times your budget.
Your most critical consideration should always be your customers’ needs. By regularly letting them know you’re still in business (by sending emails, for example, or writing content about an upcoming event relevant to them), you’ll likely be their first port of call when they’re ready to buy. In this post, we’ll look at a few ways to keep showing up right when the customer needs your services. Together, these strategies will get you off to a solid start at staying visible.