Each social media platform serves a different purpose. On Facebook, you have the opportunity to reach new clients and feature various aspects of your business. For many people, Facebook is the original social media channel- in fact, it may be the only channel most businesses are on! While newer platforms have crowded the field, Facebook still reigns as a top platform to leverage for a business. Unsure how to start or how to use a page to it’s fullest potential? Read below for five tips on using Facebook for business like a pro.
A polished and curated Instagram feed can make a huge impact on any business. Being active on Instagram helps build credibility, establish an image, and bring in clients. If the mere thought of logging onto Instagram makes you swear, or if you don’t know how to translate your skills from a personal to a professional setting, then these tips are for you! In six easy steps, you’ll easily take your business Instagram to the next level.
Wellness at work is more than packing a healthy lunch or using a fancy treadmill desk- it means doing things to help you feel good mentally and physically. You can make small changes in your workday that have a major impact and are free!
Temperatures are creeping into the 80s, the days are getting longer, and the sandals are out: there is no denying that summer is (technically almost) here. Summer can be the best season, but between all the BBQs, vacation, and time in the sun, the season can have its own challenges. Before we truly get immersed in the summertime spirit, here are four ways you can ensure you have a fun, productive, and stress-free season.
It’s easy to lose ourselves in work. When things get too crazy, it is important to take a step back and focus on yourself. May is national Mental Health Awareness month, a time used to fight the stigma surrounding mental health problems and to promote resources and healthy habits. The way you feel at work effects everything from your performance to relationships with coworkers. Every now and then, we need to take a step back work on ourselves. Here are five tips for focusing on workplace wellness.
December 22, 2018, marks the beginning of what is now the longest government shutdown in US history. The immediate consequence resulted in the partial or full shutdown of nine executive departments, affecting nearly 25% of government activities and nearly one million federal employees. However, as the shutdown has cleared 33 days without a concrete end date, the impact is beginning to be felt by millions of Americans--and small businesses are at the top of that list.