Posts Tagged ‘Results’

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Building Employee Self Esteem for Bottom Line Results

Self esteem is a sense of worth, not only in inner confidence and self-respect, but also outwardly in the actions one takes towards contributing to the Bottom Line.

Employee recognition is ranked the number one motivating factor when it comes to employee motivation in the workplace. If you want to maintain motivated employees, and encourage others to do better, recognizing them will help build their self esteem, while maintaining a loyal and motivated employee.

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Email Marketing for Greater Results

Why would one need to add power to email marketing? The answer is quite simple - for fantastic results! Many individuals, businesses and internet marketers are discovering the power of email marketing and achieving great results from this new age sales tool. By implementing a few simple steps, one can boost the power of email marketing and see the super outcomes that follow.


Listed below are a few steps that add power and zing to your email marketing campaign. These will be explained further and in greater detail:

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Google Analytics: Using Metrics to Track and Improve Email Marketing Results

What is Google Analytics?

Google Analytics has become one of the industry's most powerful Internet Marketing tools, helping advertisers, publishers and website owners improve their sales conversion, campaign targeting and marketing initiatives. Previously dubbed Urchin, Google Analytics is a robust web statistics software application provided by Google free of charge.

Simple and easy to use, anyone can start benefiting from Google Analytics in just a few minutes. Just add some basic code onto your website, and you're ready to begin monitoring visitor trends.

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IT Costs of Enterprise Mobility – Survey Results

The costs of enterprise mobility are increasing rapidly. On average, companies today are spending over $120 per month for each mobile employee. Twenty-five percent of all enterprises manage more than five car

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