Potential loss of productivity is the main concern for businesses when it comes to not allowing social media in the workplace. A study on workplace productivity points out that employees spend about 77% of their time on social media while
Emailing has been a leading form of business communication for years, and it’s far from obsolete. Employers and coworkers still rely on a trustworthy system for sharing and storing important information. You need to stay sharp in order to stand
Social media is a game that we all play. We post certain content to appeal to specific audiences, panic if our posts get less likes than usual, and try everything in our power to maximize the reach of our accounts.
Amidst the buzz that ‘Email is dead’, guess what is the first thing that 58% of adult Americans do in the morning? Check their emails! Even more noteworthy, 94% of Americans who are over the age of 12 check their
Influencer marketing is widely successful, and because of the large success, it is also incredibly expensive. For smaller companies, or startup companies that do not have endless budgets, influencer marketing can seem out of reach because of the hefty price
People have a lot to read these days, especially with easily available online content. Blogs, social media, online forums, and chat provide people with easy ways to air their opinion and communicate efficiently. But with so much content, attention spans