We’ve all been there. We’ve spent hours crafting the perfect blog post, article or white paper, but no one is reading it. Why? It could be for a million reasons, but often it’s because we’re not doing enough to get people to come to our content. In this article, we’ll learn about the eight techniques that will help you draw in readers and get your content read!
Apple has remained at the center of the smartphone industry for years. The sleek, striking design, ever-improving chip and robust camera system of the iPhone have made it one of the most sought-after smartphones in the world. This month, Apple cemented and extended its lead in the industry by putting forward the next generation of iPhones.
Have you ever entered a grocery store to buy some milk but ended up with a bag full of items you didn’t even need? You’re not alone if you feel guilty for spending more money than you intended. It’s not our fault that we keep putting items in our shopping carts; we are manipulated to do so! To make sure you buy more, retailers will go all the way to carefully engineer every aspect of their store.
Workplace trends like “hustle culture” and “quiet quitting” are shining the light on unhealthy, toxic work environments and their effects on employees. Hustle culture is when you feel like you have to work yourself to the bone and do way more than others all the time; quiet quitting, a counteragent to hustle culture, is about doing the bare minimum at your job instead of going above and beyond for an exploitative employer.
Short for customer relationship management, CRM is an amalgam of tools and tactics under marketing technology (MarTech). It enables companies to organize and exploit their customers’ data strategically. By analyzing this data, marketers can better understand their customer’s needs and suggest ways for businesses to refine their strategies for better market performance and customer relationships.
Being able to fly like a bird in the sky may be one of your childhood dreams. While current technology hasn’t given us wings, the first-person view (FPV) drone offers us an alternative for now. Traditional drones, also known as unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) or unmanned aircraft systems, were initially designed for military purposes, such as anti-aircraft practice and intelligence gathering.
“Going to Africa. Hope I don’t get AIDS. Just kidding. I’m white!” reads the tweet of Justine Sacco, the dismissed Public Relations executive of New York-Based holding company InterActiveCorp (IAC). This tweet may be old, but it makes a case for social media monitoring by employers. After all, employees are mouthpieces of a company, and what they say can shape the image of a company.
Organization and efficiency have a way of scratching an itch we didn’t even know we had, be it searching through hundreds of boxes in your storage unit for your high school yearbook or having to squeeze in all your makeup and skincare products in your bag before a business trip. At those moments, you’d wish there was a particular product that could make your life so much easier.
In the 21st century, it is difficult to picture a world where technology does not reign supreme. From machine learning to artificial intelligence and so much more—the tech world has advanced, and how. Among the front-runners in this advancement is virtual reality (VR). VR is all about creating a computer-generated environment that looks and feels like reality.
It would be an understatement to say that protecting the environment is one of the most pressing concerns in the world today. Extreme weather conditions are becoming increasingly common in today’s world, from floods in Malaysia to heatwaves in India and Antarctica. These are just a few of the unnatural weather occurrences that have happened this year so far.
Ever since Japanese doctor Hideo Kodama filed the first 3D printing patent in 1980, the technology has begun to serve in different disciplines. 3D printing works with a wide range of materials, including metals, ceramics, plastics, glass and even food ingredients. It makes us wonder how far we can push this technology.
You may be wondering how you can use your blog to generate leads (individuals who are interested in a firm’s services in any form). After all, isn’t a blog supposed to be a forum for sharing your thoughts and opinions with the world? It can certainly be that, but it can also serve as a powerful lead generation tool. According to HubSpot, 60% of consumers read blogs.
During World War II, the German term “blitzkrieg” (lightning war in English) described a war tactic that if you carry what you need, you can move very fast, surprise your enemies and win. The startup world equivalent of blitzkrieg is “blitzscaling”, a term coined by LinkedIn co-Founder Reid Hoffman and entrepreneur Chris Yeh in their book Blitzscaling: The Lightning-Fast Path to Building Massively Valuable Companies published in 2014.
Graphic design is quickly becoming one of those in-demand skills that can be an asset across various industries and lines of work. For entrepreneurs, a grasp of basic graphic design skills can open up a wide array of opportunities, from memorable branding to more engaging promotional content.
For many millennia, what we wear is an important part of our lives. Evolving from simply protecting our bodies, clothes have become an indicator of culture, profession and even social standing; and lately, as a means of self-expression as well. As such, fashion touches everyone on the planet, quite literally, and we may even call it our second skin.
Finding love these days isn’t as simple as meeting the right person and hitting it off. To be at the mercy of the app’s algorithm, you have to do more than be good at navigating dating applications and create an impressive dating profile bio.