Archive for the ‘Business’ Category

Patrick Pulvermuller, CEO

A beginner’s guide to growing your business through strategy

Where do you want your business be in five years’ time? The more detail there is in your answer, the better your chances of achieving your goals. Developing and implementing a strategy will not only give you a stronger idea of what you want to achieve, it will also help you develop a roadmap for [...]


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It pays to think – Why taking 5 to contemplate will get better results

Every decision you make has an impact on the things that follow. A sliding-door moment, a what-if, influence of fate… whatever you call it, making that decision, however small, could have far-reaching consequences, so it pays to make sure that the decision is made to the best of your ability. Acting on a hunch or [...]


Make Your Website Sell - Jed Wylie

The Web Owner’s Blueprint (Turn Visitors Into Customers)

So, you’ve built your website, got traffic coming in droves through AdWords and you’re building fantastic relationships with prospects through your powerful email marketing campaign. The next step is to take your website and optimize it.  This means maximizing the number of prospects who become customers and how you achieve that is through testing.  Imagine [...]


Patrick Pulvermuller, CEO

The beginner’s guide to outsourcing for business success

Outsourcing – paying someone else to carry out a project or task you would normally do yourself – might sound like a costly and frightening process. You may view it as something only corporate giants do. In fact, outsourcing is something that can work well for a growing business of any size. The key is [...]


Make Your Website Sell - Jed Wylie's Ultimate Guide to increasing your online profits

The Web Owner’s Blueprint (Build Lasting Relationships with Customers)

Whilst you’re building your profitable Google AdWords campaign (and waiting to find out the best keywords for SEO) you can begin to build a database of prospects that will be a constant source of revenue for years to come. Let’s start with an uncomfortable fact – the vast majority of visitors to your website will [...]


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Spotlighting Start-ups that haven’t even started up

Want a buzzword in the economic world? Startup would have few challengers for the current top spot with literally millions of new businesses being started globally as people look for a way to haul themselves into economic recovery. The notion of even starting a business has become far easier too, especially in the online era, [...]


out think the competition

Out-think the competition to become more successful

Staying ahead of the game and in particular your rivals is something of human nature, but more importantly it is a vital component of successful business. What your competition do should be important to you and looking to out-think your competition should be high on your list of goals. Innovate and be creative It’s a [...]


Head in Hands

Treat it like it is yours and everybody else’s first day

Do you remember your first day at school? Do you remember the first day in your current job? However, confident you are, you probably felt a little nervous, maybe edgy and probably however hard you tried, not fully on your top game. Yet, you tried. You probably tried very hard. How about replicating that each [...]


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The Best Way to Succeed is to fail

Even though failure can be dis-heartening, a set-back and downright uncomfortable, it rarely is the end of the world. It may look like it at the time and certainly feel like it, but just as a young child who trips in the playground is told “pick yourself up, brush yourself down and get on with [...]