COVID-19 has produced changes in our lifestyles and for the first time since the industrial revolution produced a majority of Americans saying they prefer to work at home. Survey after survey show: Metova’s April 2020 survey analyzed the responses of over 1,000 consumers. finding that 57% of respondents would prefer to keep on working from […]
Voice & Video Basics
Social media may be peaking and is being replaced with direct contact through voice and visual communication. Get a glimpse of what this might mean for your business.
Basics of Local Marketing
Making sure your customers can find you online is a challenge for every local business. This presentation does more than convey information; it is to let you see possibilities for meeting finding new customers.
Picking the Life You Want to Live
This blog is a list of ways to make money using hemp. I hope it spurs your creativity into creating hemp products that can be sold locally or over the web.
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By Courtney Rosenfeld In any sales-based business, you will inevitably encounter a customer who has not or will not. The way you handle this tricky situation can have an effect on your customer relations and even the long-term ethos of your business. You’ll need to show patience and smart thinking to ensure your late […]
By Courtney Rosenfeld The term “gig economy” has become an increasingly popular buzzword, as more workers make a living by relying on freelance, contract, and short-term jobs rather than traditional employment models. While experts are divided over whether this shift is beneficial or detrimental to gig workers, most agree on at least two things: First, […]
In today’s digital landscape, most modern businesses use tools like social media, PPC advertising, blogging, and SEO to help them reach their target audience and grow their operations. However, we used practically none of these advertising technologies if we looked back only about twenty or thirty years ago. Or, more precisely, we were using them, […]
There are plenty of guides about spending your marketing budget on and how to choose the different strategies you may want to use. That is only half the battle, however. It would be best if you also considered how exactly you’re going to manage your budget and be completely clear and concise with your employees […]
As a leader in your community, lifelong learning is crucial. And by furthering your education, volunteering with a local nonprofit organization, and taking steps to strengthen your leadership skills, you can become the effective leader your community members need and rely on. These resources from Paul & Sarah Edwards will help you to do it! […]
By Vivek Mukherjee Image via Pixabay Immigrants to the United States come with many questions, not least of which is: “How will I earn a living?” While jump-starting a career in a new country can take a lot of extra effort, many immigrants are clearly meeting the challenge, given that they make up a significant […]
By Courtney Rosenfeld When the time comes to hire help for your business, freelancers may be the perfect solution. According to Business Wire, there are over 50 million people in the U.S. who freelance, and other countries are quickly catching up. Tap into this extensive talent pool to find the expertise you need at a […]
By Artur Meyster The year 2020 was a tough one but the hardship doesn’t need to continue into 2021. Many people who lost their jobs last year have decided to reinvigorate their careers in the new year. Despite the coronavirus-induced economic recession, some industries have thrived providing millions of people job opportunities. So, if you’re […]
When we talk about artificial intelligence, we usually speak as if it was a futuristic technology or as if it was sci-fi. However, AI has been in our world for quite a while. In fact, the term AI was coined in 1955. John McCarthy was the first one to talk about artificial intelligence. We’ve been […]
Your house can be a schoolroom. Learning at home covers two populations – parents either forced or choosing to homeschool their children – and distance learning for adults. In the last year, About 5.4 million students, or 25.8 percent of the college student population, took at least one online class. Over two and one-half million […]
What You Can Do to Make It Through Covid-D
- Picking the Life You Want to Live
- The Economy is a calamity for most Americans; Why most people live paycheck to paycheck
- Commute Time Grows Longer
- TURNING HEMP INTO AN INCOME NOW THAT HEMP FARMING HAS BEEN LEGALIZED BY THE 2018 FARM BILL
- The Answer for America’s Energy Future
- How do we define middle class as we enter the second decade of the 21st century?
- Will Shoppers And Developers Adapt to Proximity Marketing In-Store?
- Health and Well-Being for the Self-Employed and Small Business
- How Protecting Freelancers Could Boost The U.S. Economy
- 3D Printing: Should Designers And Developers Take Notice?