How To Successfully Sell And Advertise Your Product Online

Many entrepreneurs and small business owners have their eyes locked on the great potential shown with online sales. Thanks to major changes in customer preferences and with recent lockdowns forcing people to stay at home, e-commerce has skyrocketed to unprecedented levels. Classic brick-and-mortar businesses have decided to hop onto the trend of providing their services online, whether by offering a hybrid model with a physical store and online options or going fully into the e-commerce model. If you want to learn about how to sell and advertise your product online successfully, we want to share some tips and advice on how to approach the subject.

Use Social Media to your Favor

Today it is unfathomable to think of any e-commerce brand without at least one social media account to interact with their customers. While each digital platform has its own twist to the formula, your brand must have a solid Read more

Everything You Need To Know About Organizing Events In One Place

It’s amazing how event planners can help people make special events even more special and well-organized. However, the process isn’t as easy as many people think.

Apparently, event planning doesn’t only require time and effort. It also needs the right skills and knowledge in the field. And if you want to be like that fairy godmother who can magically transform events for your clients and want to do it for a living, here are the things you need to know.

Know What Events You Want to Work On

There are actually numerous types of events that you can work on. There are social events, like, birthday parties, weddings, anniversaries, baby showers, reunions, and the likes that are meant to celebrate milestones; and there are also corporate events, such as meetings, seminars, conventions, charities, and other company events.

Knowing which type of event that you want to work on will help … Read more

Writing skill: what is paraphrasing and how it is helpful for writers

Every person should acquire the basic skill of writing. The advent of smartphones and social media has probably resulted in a more frequent need to write.

A student is especially encouraged to master this skill because writing improves communication skills and also helpful in composing research papers, theses, essays, and so forth.

In addition, good writing skills are often a key to employment and career advancement.

Regardless of your career plans after college, one constant remains true: a strong command of writing is vital.

In order to be successful in any profession, you must have excellent communication skills and write intelligently.

The process of earning your degree has involved completing term papers, assignments, creative writings, essays, and more. Writing skills are one of the measures used to gauge how successful you might be in business or in your job.

What is Paraphrasing?

Paraphrasing is a way of rewording a text … Read more

U.S. Infrastructure Deal Could Help Accelerate the EV Boom and Transition

President Biden just approved a $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill. According to USA Today, “The $1.2 trillion plan includes $579 billion in new spending and focuses only on physical infrastructure such as roads, bridges, rail, broadband internet, water and sewer pipes, and electric vehicles.” It’ll also set aside billions of dollars to electric vehicle infrastructure, as well as electric buses and transit. All of which could be significant catalysts for Tesla Inc. (NASDAQ:TSLA), Nio Inc. (NYSE:NIO), Li Auto Inc. (NASDAQ:LI), Ford Motor Company (NYSE:F), and EV battery company, NEO Battery Materials Ltd. (TSXV:NBM)(OTC:NBMFF).

Along the way, it will also increase the need for far better EV battery technology. NEO Battery Materials Ltd., for example, recently announced it “achieved breakthrough results in attaining a highly stable long-term cycling ability using 100% silicon (Si) anodes,” as reported by Battery Industry. Helping even more, “Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla, said, incorporating silicon into … Read more

WFH: no office, no job, no training, no camaraderie, no collaboration and no future for businesses

The clamour to push remote working as some sort of post Covid future is sending business leaders into a tizzy.

With the ‘work from home if you can’ ruling due to be potentially binned along with other Covid restrictions from 19 July, there’s a lot of work still to be done to reverse a damaging culture so we can get people back to their office desks.

However, for me there’s simply no debate here. Remote working is bad for everybody and I’m not sure what it is about it that people aren’t getting. Companies are being pushed around by their employees far too much if you ask me.

The fact that some businesses had a massive change of heart after getting caught up in the initial excitement last year is a good thing.

Although, having got a bit over-excited by first saying that people can stay at home indefinitely, is … Read more