How often the existing customers visits the same shop or an online site where they first bought the product from? They might move on once the connection is lost. Are you putting enough effort to get them back because this way you are probably leaving enough money on the table.
What a wonderful time we all are spending in college, ain’t we? Classrooms, bunking, canteen, friends, endless gossips and many more exciting things are the part of day to day life. At this age we all are very energetic, show our full energy in partying, clubbing, biking, trekking and fun part and also want to have good career too.
Small business owners have a first-hand account of the sheer volume of work that is required to get the proverbial ball rolling. One of the biggest tasks – and one that’s often skipped – is researching the market to ensure that a business idea is viable.
Are you in your 20s or are about to embark on the exciting journey of your 20s? Yes?
Great! Because being in 20s is AWESOME!
Your 20s is the absolute best time to do those things you’ve always dreamed of. It is all about discovering and immersing yourself in every single thing possible. You are old enough to make the right decisions and young enough to make the wrong ones.
Have you ever thought of being available 24×7 for your customers? Or have you ever wondered about showing your new products to them instantly as they arrive in the store?
Well, It will not only increase the probability of conversions but will also help in re targeting of the existing customers.
Still confused how to get started, let’s find out!
In today’s digital world everyone is trying to get a place on digital media. Going digital is one of the trend and other trend that’s going on is blogging. Now you might be thinking what blogging is, it’s the updated version of “knight in shining armor” that will save you from boredom and like a cherry on the top will help you earn.
As a student what is your biggest weapon to stand out in the most coveted job interview? It is your credibility and your results.
And trust me when I say this, the ideal resume, that Times New Roman, font size 12, one page resume scribbled with your past accomplishments without any graphics is definitely not worthy of describing your worth. How can a single piece of paper vouch for your expertise?
It’s like Dexter from Dexter’s Laboratory waiting for people to judge him by his size.
So what do we do when we face a problem?