Scrolling down my Facebook newsfeed 5 to 6 kilometers down every morning is what I term as my morning walk. And this walk becomes more interesting when I see so many stupid selfies taken and uploaded meaninglessly. I personally hate selfies, may be because I have a double chin and triple-fat coated belly; I usually stay away from things that make me fat like weighing machines, mirrors and selfies. But when I see selfies with songs’ lyrics in captions, selfies in towels and without even towels, selfies with pet animals and especially those duck-faced selfies, I wish I could pack my stuff and immigrate to Mars.
Getting through a long, boring work meeting without doodling and yawning once is a challenge that very few can live up to. Those who live it are probably the humblest and the most patient beings on planet earth.
Well, apart from boring, the two indisputable facts about meetings are:
Most are not interactive Most are prepared using the same conventional process
In this era, where size really matters to the audience, small sized enterprises and entrepreneurs are constantly in search of ways that can help market their business more prominently and more effectively over the internet.
Internet, I guess, has found a new meaning after the advent of multiple free social networks. What seems to be an informative and learning medium to the masses, has now become more of a vast playfield for marketers and businesses out there.
Juggling two balls at the same time seems quite easy, but what about juggling a professional and personal life? Millions of people fight everyday with this question, and on the other hand, their employers fight for the solutions.
Time management is the key to work life balance. All of us have been continuously advised about the importance of time since childhood, but very few practically implement it.
We all are well aware of the formal and timeworn ways to build our rapport at work. In my last blog post, I proposed 10 simple ways to be more productive at work, as productivity is the prime goal of every individual who is honest with his work. But last night I was just wondering about the negative ways that can actually leave a positive footprint on your performance at work.
With just a week remaining in the closing of 2014, I look back throughout the year and feel quite amused and satisfied for all the wealth of blogs that I have shared with you guys, just to help small businesses and entrepreneurs to expand their businesses. 2014 has certainly been a busy year, yet it brought so many for the marketers.
Brand Awareness is something that glitters and is really gold for marketers, striving round the clock to achieve it. Brand Awareness does not come served in a plate with skinny fries. In fact, marketers have to earn it big time.
Viral thinking completes all the above mentioned tactics. Viral thinking allows the marketers to think what can make their content more shareable on social media networks. As we all observe, the most frequently shared content is either funny or dynamic. Well, this is human nature. - See more at: http://blog.vkonnect.com/add_value_to_content/#sthash.G1JtRXUR.dpuf
Other than stuffing your belly with plump pizzas, obese burgers and those fattening soft drinks, there are more important things seeking your attention - ever realized? Licking Neutela off your fingers isn’t what you were born for - ever thought? That awkward moment when you finish a TV Series ser...
Finally, at the end of the day, when you are done with counting what you earned throughout, just flush everything out of your mind and sleep for at least 7 hours. If you get adequate sleep, you will feel fresher and more focused the next morning. Remember, sleep is quite essential to health, learning and awareness. Take your sleep as a pleasure.
It seems quite amazing how Social Media has penetrated deep in our daily lives. The likes of Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Google+, Instagram and many others have completely mesmerized us and doomed us to stay stuck in their glamor.
Business, Social Media Management, social media networks
The biggest enigma of today’s age is its race against time. The workspaces are becoming more and more hectic and the struggle to survive in this wild is climbing the staircase to its new levels. This dreading scenario has forced the hard workers to think in a different way.
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