These days some of my heroes are people who run their businesses and their teams despite the world around them.
We asked clients and business friends how they stay motivated in the face of daily challenges and how they motivate their teams.
The answers we received are surprisingly similar. There is a humanity in how they treat their co-workers and their employees, and yes, even themselves. Here are stories from two clients I think are exceptional managers and people.
While you are officing remotely during corona quarantine, you may have more downtime for projects you put on the back burner. A website review, more specifically looking for 404 broken link errors, updating content, and even a punctuation and grammar review, is something most people can do from their home office. Eventually, you will want to dive deeper into the analytics of how your website is performing.
Are you reviewing the behaviors of visitors to your website?
As coronavirus relegates many Americans to working from home, website traffic is up according to NPR. With more people browsing the web, search engine optimization (SEO) is more important than ever to help drive more traffic to your website.
“SEO evaluates how well your website is set up to reach your customers,” explains DeLaune’s website and SEO specialist Jeff Rose.
The benefits of a well-executed SEO strategy include higher website visibility ranking in search engines and more organic traffic to your website.
“Stay home.” Most American workers in non-essential jobs got that message late last week or early this week. They join the millions of workers in China, South Korea, Italy and North America who have had to discover the joys and pains of working remotely as concerns about coronavirus spread throughout the world.
At DeLaune, we have found working remotely a plus, using Zoom and Teams conferencing to continue to have face-to-face interactions with co-workers and clients.
When MTV first began, it seemed like every other music video was the Buggles’ one-hit wonder, Video Killed the Radio Star. Back then, there were a limited number of music videos available, so audiences saw the same videos on repeat.
Commercial videos were used more for television advertising and had the budgets and the production quality of big budget movies. Then, videos began changing as technology advanced. With the advent of our modern digital world,
Victoria Turk, a seasoned writer and editor for publications like Wired and Motherboard, has some sage advice about being polite in a place where courtesy sometimes seems like the exception: online. In email, or on social media, it’s easy to misread others, or to be misread.
The Golden Rule in full effect
Here are five concrete suggestions that not only might make people happier to read your emails (or texts,