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Month: May 2015

8 Tips for Staying Healthy at a Stressful Workplace

You must be an employee who works his level best to get the job done –and done well—to contribute to workplace productivity. Sometimes, however, you become victim to the terrible “S” that takes over people’s lives every now and then and even disrupts the workplace:  stress.

Days are lost, productivity is reduced, illnesses are born, and work is hated because of this terrible foe. Stress must be combated to ensure that productivity levels are high and satisfaction with the job is at max.

Here’s how employees can combat this foe and make sure they maintain “peace of mind” at the workplace.

  1. 1) Don’t Skimp on Breakfast: Did you know that the midday slump could be combated with the help of a healthy breakfast? According to The International Journal of Food Sciences and Nutrition, when people eat high-fiber, low carb breakfasts they are energetic throughout the day compared to people who eat high-fat breakfasts. Don’t skimp on a healthy breakfast if you want to feel more energized and less over-worked.
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In the news … May 21, 2015

How Does The Google Twitter Partnership Affect Your Digital Marketing Strategy? The newly announced partnership between Google and Twitter will see social media marketing come…

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In the news … May 14, 2015

Digital Transformation has Evolved into a Must-have Strategy for Enterprises, Verticals seen Embracing Social, Mobile, Analytics and Cloud (SMAC) Platforms – Notes Frost & Sullivan Increasing…

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4 Questions Experts Can Answer Without Thinking

by Scott James, Greenleaf Book Group

This spring, I spent a lot of time at happy hours during SXSW Interactive, and while the venues changed, many things stayed the same: Smart people wearing clunky lanyards, sipping free drinks and talking about the future. The energy was electric, and everyone was there to learn, meet interesting people, and grow.

I got to talk to a lot of established experts as well as a lot of people building a platform and reputation around their expertise. In many ways, my SXSW conversations weren’t all that different from the conversations I have everyday with authors about brand strategy around their books.

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79% of startups at Collision conference may be using a “risky” domain name according to Name Ninja.

(ED. One thing I have learned over the many years I have been in this industry, just like the old E. F Hutton ad … when Bill Sweetman talks … I listen. Simply, he has never steered me wrong.)

Startups without the optimal domain name face an uphill marketing battle. Choosing a hard-to-spell name that fails the “Radio Test” is the number one problem, followed by not having the exact match

Seventy-nine percent of the startups participating in the Collision startup conference in Las Vegas on May 5-6, 2015 may not be using the optimal domain name to market their business, according to domain name consulting firm Name Ninja.

More than two-thirds (68%) of the startup domains failed the Radio Test, meaning the names are not spelled the way they sound. Other startup domain problems include not having the exact match .com domain or having a .com domain that appends other words to the startup name.

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