A contact of mine, Jason Cobine, recently had 30th anniversary for his broking insurance so he knows a fair amount about managing risk.
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Note from Keren: This is a 2 part post from Andrew Gazdecki, the founder and CEO of Bizness Apps. The first part is about Progressive Web Apps – and then below is an infographic outlining what customers want from business apps.
Keren’s note: You may already know that I have a soft spot for South Africans. My mom is South African!
I met Rebecca, or “Becca”, only once for 6 mins at a networking event.
But I remember her – and that’s because of Twitter.
When I met Stuart and heard his story, I had to try his peanut butter. Luckily he had brought a jar with him to that BNI breakfast meeting! So I bought it off him.
Can you believe it, I have since met up with him twice to get 2 dozen jars, and given them to friends and family. People call it “Peanut Butter Crack”
I was interested by the story to begin with, and I promise you this peanut butter is AMAZING. Below – my interview with Stuart.
From time to time we like to give a shout out to our wonderful clients. And one such client is Eaton House Group of Schools – our main contact there is Rupert Back and we have been working together for many many years now!
I am always amazed at the talent we have in our own team at TLD but sometimes I look slightly outside the company – Elisa’s husband Nick!
Behold behold – some instagram images below.
This extremely inspiring and useful post was written by Margaret Webster – a copywriter/writer in marketing and corporate communications and a trainer and coach in copywriting, writing and presentation skills. Margaret very kindly allowed us to include it here as a guest post – enjoy!
This blog is written by the highly successful Charles McLachlan, who is Chairman of Academy Group 27 & Academy Group 11 and co-founder of the Transformation Development Partnership. He has very kindly shared with us his wisdom when it comes to running a successful business.
As a rule, lead generation websites are not as strong in conversion rate optimization (CRO) as e-commerce sites. But if you have a lead generation site and have been somewhat complacent about its effectiveness, consider this:
Based on a study of more than 300,000 online sales leads, by Straight North, 84 percent came from first-time visitors. So, if you lose that prospect on the first visit, your chance of ever getting a lead from him or her is only 15 percent. Not good odds!