When discussing the use of social media for marketing a business the conversation typically focuses on Facebook and Instagram. But let’s not forget about LinkedIn and its more than 610 million users and record levels of engagement. You could be missing out on a valuable prospecting –as well as recruiting–tool.
Whether you’re building a new website or redesigning an existing one, you’re about to embark on a significant undertaking.
Your brand impacts every aspect of your relationship with customers. While the essence of branding looks like the old iceberg diagram—the logo, color scheme and other elements you see above the surface are only “the tip of the iceberg”—there’s no denying that most people recognize a brand primarily by its visual representation.
Busy executives and marketing managers simply don’t have enough hours and hands to attend to branding, blogging, social media management, sales and so on. What’s ironic, however, is that the same tasks that seem to take time can actually save time when implemented with the right tools and processes.
America’s unemployment rate dropped to 3.7 percent in September 2018, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. While the lowest jobless rate in nearly 50 years bodes well for candidates and suggests that business is good, it presents challenges for employers.