Outsourcing projects is something many large organizations do on a frequent basis in order to free up schedules of high-level professionals so they can focus on the bigger picture. Outsourcing work helps businesses grow, speeds up project turn-over time, and boosts overall revenue. However, outsourcing at the wrong time during any particular project can be… Continue reading Outsourcing Business: a Positive or a Negative?
Through regular blog entries, you can tell your organization’s story and capture the hearts and imaginations of readers. Here are some reasons a blog can act as the bridge between your charity and the community it serves:
Remarketing tactics are sneaky, but effective. These tactics are built and based on consumer behavior by extrapolating data from visits to your website. For instance, if you have ever shopped for a cookbook on one website, but didn’t buy it just yet (or sometimes even if you did buy it), you might notice that on… Continue reading The Super-Secret Beginner’s Guide to Remarketing Like a Pro
Get Discovered to Make Sales Google, the world’s largest search engine, can give your business more visibility. Your business listing takes minutes to set up. What’s more, you pay nothing to create your new online presence. Your business listing shows up for your service, but people are searching whether at the desk or on mobile.… Continue reading How to Create Free Online Business Publicity
In many organizations, the chief financial officer (CFO) is placed over the IT manager in the organizational hierarchy. For a variety of historical reasons, CFOs have been the member of the executive suite who has the most interest in business technology. Crunching numbers on a large scale is what computers do best. The spreadsheet was… Continue reading Who Should Manage Your It Manager?