Everyone can turn a good idea into a successful business, but the real magic is to keep the company profitable in a long-term perspective.Read more
Guest-blogger at Syncee. Kurt Walker is a full-time marketing executive and a part-time blogger at Ninja Essays and EssayMama. He is a passionate online writing guru who spends most of the time analyzing topics like social media management, customer relationships, and brand recognition. Kurt lives in London and enjoys walking through Hyde Park in his spare time.
No matter the scale of your retail store or the industry in which you operate, there is always a concern about whether or not you are “up-to-date”. With growing competition and an increase in customer demand, staying ahead of the curve and fresh with the latest trends and products can be difficult in 2019.Read more
Guest-blogger at Syncee. Kristin Savage nourishes, sparks and empowers using the magic of a word. Along with pursuing her degree in Creative Writing, Kristin was gaining experience in the publishing industry, with expertise in marketing strategy for publishers and authors. Now she had found herself as a freelance writer. You can find her on Facebook.
Facebook is open about their desire to make the feed more meaningful and also about their commitment to video first strategy.Read more
Guest-blogger at Syncee. Mary Ivanova is a writer with degrees in psychology and political science. She writes copy for Crello, a graphic design platform for non-designers, and is eager to share all the cool design tips and tricks she’s learned from her team to make your visual content look more polished and appealing.
Social media has changed the way people communicate, consume content, and interact with each other. In turn, businesses have to quickly react to changes in social dynamics, adopting new technology and adjusting their content marketing strategies.Read more
Guest-blogger at Syncee. Ester Brierley is a QA Engineer in a software outsourcing company, seasoned content creator and virtual assistant for College-Writers, but thinking about her own entrepreneurial journey. She’s eager to design and produce anything that has to do with different digital channels. Follow her on Twitter.
The e-commerce environment is extremely competitive, as millions of e-businesses are striving to get a piece of the big pie called the internet. Indeed, making your business stand out from the crowd is difficult and demanding both in terms of personal resources (time, attention, energy) and money (the budget spent on advertising).Read more
An astonishing 38% of all people will stop visiting your website if it’s unattractive, according to HubSpot. The most frequent culprit of bad impressions of your e-commerce website is the homepage. Because you’re unable to miss it, the homepage can put off a customer even before they explore your website.Read more
The changes in the world of marketing are tectonic. They change so fast, it is almost impossible to keep in pace. And yet, there are marketing leaders that don’t just survive in this busy, competitive market. They succeed so often and so greatly, it gives others a feeling of awe and a sense of magic. In other words, they are considered the wizards and shamans in marketing.Read more