The bad thing about trends is that they tend to subside after a period of time but the great thing about them is that they’re constantly changing so there’s always something new to look out for. In the world of design, this happens at an even faster pace – as the majority of players begin to follow a particular trend, it is deemed ineffective soon after and gives rise to a whole new trend altogether.
You’ve established a business by putting in long hours and establishing a culture that promotes growth, but now you find yourself constantly battling competitors in an attempt to win your customer. As a profit-oriented organization, you’re always looking for methods through which you could increase your customer base which in turn would lead to higher revenues; a win-win.
According to a study by Content Marketing Institute, 72% of marketers believe that a powerful content strategy generates impressive leads for companies. However, today’s marketers face a major issue with their content strategy i.e. traffic with a low conversion rate. Despite the relentless effort to grow the brand through content, marketers still go through tremendous obstacles to create growth-driven content that not only sells their brand’s value but also skyrockets their content marketing.
Gone are the days when companies would sit down with developers fazed by a plethora of coding that was necessary to build the most basic of applications. With the evolution of technology in recent years, the onus is now on utilizing platforms to build applications without the need for any form of coding.
Webinars have become ubiquitous in 2020. They have proved to be an effective strategy to keep the business running and engage users and industry partners as the world economy strives to survive a global pandemic. Establishing new business leads, pushing up sales, finding new business ideas and innovation, and staying relevant in an ever-evolving world are just some of the results of a successful webinar.
The year 2020 has changed the meaning of life for almost everyone. While human beings, also referred to as “social animals” were forced to stay indoors and in self-isolation, the gist of hanging out was redefined to google hangouts; in-class sessions turned into online classes; cinematic experiences became online streaming, and seminars became webinars. Not that these activities were something new, but they took precedence when the ‘new normal’ lessen the in-person human interaction.
Ever since COVID-19 grappled the world, humans have come to realize that they are more flexible than they think. As we make our way to a new normal, discussions around the possibilities of a permanent work-from-home, telecommuting, and virtual world has sparked debate across industries. While most analysts feel that permanent work from home is still years away from us, companies have already started assessing its benefits. Saving office space and rent, employees’ time, and money from back and forth commute are just some of the benefits of this buzz.