Recently, while visiting a bustling business, I noticed that there were too many employees onsite for the amount of work being done. Overstaffing is just one of many pitfalls an owner will encounter when positioning for growth. Left unchecked, having too many workers will quickly drain your bank account and put you out of business.
There is much to learn when shifting from working solo to hiring others. This phase is a minefield for owners who have not previously managed employees. Here are a few things to consider when building your team. Read the article.
While Twitter paused to grapple with hacker issues last week, we experienced a rare interruption to our daily influx of new followers. They’re back up this morning, but the incident was a gentle reminder of how integral Twitter has become to our marketing strategy in a very short time.
We are in business to facilitate practical business planning solutions for entrepreneurs. For this reason, we’ve opted to generate a steady diet of business planning tips for our followers. This and a few other tactics have enabled us to grow our list of followers to 2,300 with a reasonably limited effort.
If you’re using Twitter as part of your marketing strategy, here are seven different ways to tweet that are guaranteed to help you populate your list with the right followers. Read the article.