12 Ways to Get Customers to Open Your Email FIRST

12 Ways to Get Customers to Open Your Email FIRST - http://hellomynameisscott.blogspot.com Avatar Posted by digitalsmash under Strategy
From http://hellomynameisscott.blogspot.com 4128 days ago
Made Hot by: on May 5, 2008 6:46 pm
Want to know the secret to email follow up? TWO WORDS: Subject line. Because that's the only thing customers see. Because that's the only thing customers have the time to read. Because that's the only thing customers will use to decide whether or not to open it. Because that's the only way you can immediately differentiate yourself in the Read More

Emotional Blocks to Time Management

Emotional Blocks to Time Management - http://www.productivitytoday.com Avatar Posted by dlanders under Management
From http://www.productivitytoday.com 4129 days ago
Made Hot by: on May 5, 2008 5:33 pm
Do you know of someone who is always being told to “get organized” so that he or she will show up on time, manage to find things, and get more done? Stress affects many people as they strive to cope with multiple daily tasks and events. However lack of time is not the only factor in struggling with time management skills... Read More

10 tips to green your workplace

10 tips to green your workplace - http://greenworkcanada.ca Avatar Posted by workinggreen under Strategy
From http://greenworkcanada.ca 4128 days ago
Made Hot by: on May 5, 2008 5:29 pm
Sometimes it's little, simple steps that can quickly get your workplace on the path to being green. Read More

Stay True to Your Brand for Long-Term Viability

Stay True to Your Brand for Long-Term Viability - http://www.allbusiness.com Avatar Posted by JohnH under Strategy
From http://www.allbusiness.com 4129 days ago
Made Hot by: on May 3, 2008 11:41 pm
Great brands operate at a higher level. They don't change the essence of who they are as the business changes. That's backward and that's why companies fail. Instead, they make sure that they direct how the business changes so that it fits with the brand, from the new lines they bring in, to the employees they hire, to the competing compa Read More

Accountability: The Key to Performance Management

Accountability: The Key to Performance Management - http://stateparkwaypartners.com Avatar Posted by Aaronontheweb under Human Resources
From http://stateparkwaypartners.com 4132 days ago
Made Hot by: on May 1, 2008 3:42 am
This is, however, not the way accountability gets results. In the day-to-day activities of business, where all the work gets done, "hold them accountable" is useless as a management practice. It offers no guidance on how to use accountability to build a successful path from point A to point B. Read More
Looking to add green-focused employees to your workplace? You may not have to look far. Enthusiasm for embracing green jobs may exist within your current workforce. All it takes is a willing manager to help grow your employees' willingness to embrace being green Read More

Is Your Work a Process? Here's Why It Should Be

Is Your Work a Process? Here's Why It Should Be - http://blog.smartdraw.com Avatar Posted by Aaronontheweb under Strategy
From http://blog.smartdraw.com 4133 days ago
Made Hot by: on April 29, 2008 11:03 pm
From the page: "I wear a lot of hats in the course of my work: analyst, marketer, blogger, developer, and so forth. Every hat requires different routines, and in order to get the best results with each position, I define processes and subsequently follow them." Read More

HELP I hired an Idealist - Leadership - Jeremy Heighton

HELP I hired an Idealist - Leadership - Jeremy Heighton - http://www.evancarmichael.com Avatar Posted by Jeremy_Heighton under Strategy
From http://www.evancarmichael.com 4133 days ago
Made Hot by: on April 29, 2008 1:39 pm
What do you do when someone who's joined your team has a different set of ideals or perspective? Read More
Ever wondered why so many people and businesses seem to have such a consistently loyal following? No matter what they say— even it it's incorrect, people still listen? Wouldn't it be great simply to have people hear you in the first place? Read More

Retail vs. Online Sales: Which Area Needs More Attention?

Retail vs. Online Sales: Which Area Needs More Attention? - http://www.nfib.com Avatar Posted by ArmadaIG under Strategy
From http://www.nfib.com 4136 days ago
Made Hot by: on April 28, 2008 1:08 am
Like many of today's entrepreneurs, you may be trying to divide your attention between a physical storefront and an online presence. As you only have so many hours in a day, you may feel torn as to where to spend the bulk of your energies. There is no universal answer to this question. How best to divide your time simply depends on the setup Read More
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