Perspective is a funny thing. I recently went on holiday with my husband and whilst we were away, he decided he wanted to go for a run. He had forgotten to bring his sports armband which allows him to run listening to music from his phone, so he borrowed mine. A fairly unremarkable event in itself! Until he returned to our apartment and I noticed he was wearing it upside down. He’d done this because it meant the headphone cable came out of the top of the case directly up to his ears rather coming out the bottom and curving up as it does when I wear it. It had just never occurred to me to wear it the other way around. It was a mini revelation! Continue reading “Perspective!”
This week, we’re really excited to have the lovely Karen Peters guest blog for us. Karen is an Independent Conversion Rate Optimisation consultant specialising in Websites and online/offline Marketing. She can help you to identify why your business marketing and website is failing to convert those online and offline visitors into sales or sales leads. Today, she talks to us about how you keep the attention of your website visitors. Continue reading “How do You Keep the Attention of Your Website Visitor?”
As technology and flexible working policies have improved over the years, more and more employers are allowing their employees to work from home. A study by Stanford University economics professor Nicholas Bloom et al on working from home even suggests that it can make employees more productive and happier.
However, if you’re a small business owner or entrepreneur, working from home can be a necessity rather than a choice. Here are my top tips for working from home on a daily basis. Continue reading “Top tips for working from home…”