How to Clean an Oven in 3 Different Ways

Right now, your oven probably has trace amounts of your last several meals baked onto its interior. It happens — your food is bound to bubble up and splatter every once in a while. But if you let those spills go for too long without cleaning them up, they will start to negatively impact the flavor of the food you’re cooking and your oven’s ability to operate properly. This makes oven-cleaning a key part of oven maintenance. There are a few ways to clean an oven, so read on to learn some helpful cleaning tips.

How often should you clean your oven?

How often you should clean your oven is largely based on how often you use it. If your oven starts to smoke when turned on, develops a strong odor or has a lot of grease and grime buildup, it’s probably time to give your oven a deep … Read more

How to do a SWOT analysis to improve your business

If you’ve been in business for a while or if you follow the corporate world, you’ve probably come across the term SWOT analysis. SWOT analysis is a technique that you can use to examine and evaluate your business or your company and get a better understanding of your position in the industry. Not sure of how to do a SWOT analysis? We can help you out.

What is a SWOT analysis?

Before we dive into how to conduct a SWOT analysis for small businesses, let’s go over what a SWOT analysis is.

SWOT analysis involves identifying your company’s Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats. Here’s what each of those elements means.

Strengths

Identifying your strengths involves understanding the things your company does exceptionally well.

This can include having a memorable and relatable brand, offering a particular service or product or providing fast customer service.

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3 low-cost marketing trends for the new normal

This article originally published on GoDaddy’s OpenWeStand.org website.

COVID-19 has changed how we live, work and relate. In the small business world, it’s no different. With social distancing measures still in place, brands have downsized or completely scaled back marketing budgets. In the wake of COVID-19, nearly $50 billion globally has been pulled out of the advertising market.

But instead of killing advertising, the pandemic has forced a creative renaissance. Instead of relying on huge budgets and professional shoots, we’re seeing the rise of self-edited, lo-fi, and home-shot content. Whether you’re a small business owner or new entrepreneur, you can take advantage of these new low-cost marketing trends. Below, you’ll learn how large brands have adapted to this shift, and how you can implement what’s currently working for them into your marketing strategy.

Lo-fi/low-cost marketing trends are the new normal

Big budget commercial shoots are nearly impossible to do right … Read more