As first seen on lifehack.org.
Ask The Entrepreneurs is a regular series where members of those involved in the Young Entrepreneur Council are asked a single question that aims to help Lifehack readers level up their own lives, whether in a area of management, communication, business or life in general. Here’s the question posed in this edition of Ask The Entrepreneurs:
As first seen on inc.com
From failing to supervise the sales team to being just a little too feedback-happy, these young entrepreneurs learned some tough lessons about running a start-up in 2012.
Maintaining a Fan Page can be frustrating at times, especially when you are trying to put together a campaign. A lot of questions come up!
What Ads are most effective?
How many people are actually becoming customers because of an ad?
Is my niche receptive to Sponsored Stories or Facebook Offers?
2012. What a year!
I’m sure some of you had a great year. Others, I’m sure you feel it could have gone better.
With the dawn of a new year, some of us like to reevaluate our various marketing strategies that we have (or have not!) followed.
Let’s take a minute to assess what we ourselves could have done better, be it a better work ethic or make the bed in the morning. They say that making your bed in the morning gives you a sense of control right when you get up.
As first seen on readwrite.com
What could possibly be bad about scaling up your startup? If you’re thinking about growth because the demand is there, you’re clearly doing something right.
As first seen on ideacafe.com.
According to several sources, Facebook will pass the one-billion user mark in the near future. Does that mean, however, that one billion people know how to use it to its full potential? Absolutely not – that would be too easy!
The majority of Facebook’s users are only there for the social experience. The benefit for us, as advertisers, is that the vast majority of Facebook users have little or no inhibition when it comes to providing the website with an extensive amount of personal information. (And, hey, this lack of inhibition gives us some interesting photos to look at!)
As first seen on techi.com.
New technology bombards companies by promising to change their workflows, productivity, and revenue every day. More times than not, however, very few technological implements actually serve a specific need.