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Time is Money: Making the Most of Your Time with Block Scheduling

With all that our fast-paced lives entail, it is easy to get overwhelmed by a truckload of tasks, some unnecessary. Fortunately, there are ways to protect your valuable time by adopting more effective scheduling habits. Time blocking is simple to do and can boost your productivity by as much as 150 percent.

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Market Testing: How to Know If Your Idea is Profitable

To gain the most profit out of inbound marketing efforts, all marketers must always be testing, evaluating, and fine-tuning their ideas to achieve optimum conversions. Many market testing methods are available for use, but the following list includes the most widely used, and most profitable practices. A/B Testing The A/B method is a popular and highly effective market testing tool used to analyze the effectiveness and design of landing pages, headlines, CTAs, email subject lines, layouts and web page styles, promo offers, images, product pricing, copy length, form length, type styles, and so much more. The A/B test process involves ...

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Face to Face Training – A Thing of the Past?

Is face-to-face training, a thing of the past? Not necessarily, human beings naturally crave interaction. Most people tend to learn better in a more hands-on environment. Yet, in the modern digital age, it is all about getting things done in a virtual way. We use electronic accounts to send mail, phone calls are being made over the internet with video, and it is more popular than ever to work from home. Instant communication is an integral part of our lives. There are many advantages to all the recent advances in telecommunications, this cannot be denied, it makes communicating with one ...

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9 Tips to Creating a Consumer-Friendly Sales Page

Without a great, consumer-friendly sales page, your online marketing campaign is not complete. In fact, your landing page is the chief component because this is how you make that first impression. Within seconds’ viewers will decide whether to stick around and accept your call to action, or keep on moving.

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