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Database or No Database? Making the Big Business Decision

Databases have become an inescapable reality in the world today. Organizations have a large pool of information stored in millions of databases around the world. If you’re wondering whether or not you need a database for your business, keep reading. This article is meant for you. What will I use a database for? Databases have a wide range of uses, ...

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Get That Email Opened: A List of Dos and Don’ts

The fate of your email hinges on the quality of the subject line. A great subject line can get your email opened and read – meaning more conversions for you. An uninteresting subject line will get it sent straight to the trash or spam — which does nothing for you. The best subject lines make your reader feel curious about ...

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7 Simple Tasks That Will Improve Your Productivity at Work

If everyone in the world was able to work at their maximum ability then each country would be so developed to an unimaginable point. Smartphones would have been in use some time the 1900s and not arriving just today. Internet would have been present long before that as well. Sadly, if ifs and buts were candy and nuts the whole ...

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How to Increase Sales Productivity for 2016

I recently met with Paul, the sales leader of a large technology firm, to try and increase the productivity he was getting out of his sales team. He had good people, but Paul’s sense is that they weren’t spending enough time interacting with customers. We asked Paul’s teams to catalog how they spent their time over the next few weeks ...

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How Coworking Spaces Can Increase Productivity

Coworking spaces are not only here to stay, they are deemed to be the wave of the future. By 2020, more than 40% of the economy may be freelancers, contractors and other independent professionals. Many will work from home much of the time. Some will drop into their local coffee shop for a hot mocha, some free Wi-Fi and a ...

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How Will Time Affect the Performance of Your Business?

There are businesses that are growing at a very fast rate all over the world. They have a strong presence across the globe. These multinational corporations will always have a headquarter somewhere – in a far away land. As you probably know by now, there are some great time differences in various parts of the world. For example, the time ...

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How Coworking Spaces Can Increase Productivity

Coworking spaces are not only here to stay, they are deemed to be the wave of the future. By 2020, more than 40% of the economy may be freelancers, contractors and other independent professionals. Many will work from home much of the time. Some will drop into their local coffee shop for a hot mocha, some free Wi-Fi and a ...

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The Benefits of Marketing Automation: Why Small Businesses Should Invest in One

Companies that rely on buying, selling, and promoting goods to profit need to have a good understanding of what people need and want. In today’s society, many people have become so used to living a fast-paced lifestyle that, whenever they purchase products, items or a certain service they want it done through a hassle-free and speedy process. With that much ...

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Two Reasons Employee Recognition Programs Have Failed

It is estimated that 90 percent of all U.S. businesses and organizations have some form of employee recognition program. This trend has occurred due to companies realizing that their leaders and managers need help recognizing their team members for work well done. But the problem is – in terms of helping employees feel truly valued and appreciated — the employee ...

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A B2B Revolution in the Making – The Case for Sales Acceleration

Driven by advances in digital data management technology, sales acceleration is a trend that is transforming traditional commerce. Sales environments, both B2C and B2B, are ripe for improvement. Selling was once an art focused far more on personal relationships than on the actual item being sold. Much of this sentiment still rings true, but the dynamics have shifted considerably. The ...

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