How to Qualify and Choose Future Employees

You’re looking for an employee that is on time, hardworking, proactive, ambitious, and valuable...the perfect fit. But how do you find them? How do you get qualified applicants and pick the best one for the position? There isn’t a concrete answer to these questions, but the below tips should help you with your endeavor to qualify and choose future employees. 1. Build an Accurate Job Description It is important to craft an accurate job description and candidate requirement list, so…

Why Bugs Happen?

Bugs are inevitable in any software project. I’ll say that one more time, bugs are inevitable. No matter if this is a brand-new product, a new feature of an existing app, or maintenance for existing software, bugs happen. There are a thousand causes and I’ll go over a few here. Since you’re reading this post, I’m going to assume we’re starting from square one. Software is written in a variety of languages. Python, PHP, JavaScript, and Ruby are some popular…

How to create a perfect website redesign project plan?

So, you’re beginning what appears to be the daunting process of redesigning your website. During the beginning phases of building a business, website design can initially feel like a low priority on the list. However, a functional, educational, and appealing website can be crucial for a business. Not only will a good website aid in reaching business goals, but it can also provide information and comfort for existing partnerships and clients. “88% of online visitors/ consumers are less likely to…

Organizing Multiple PM Tools

Have you ever found yourself in a situation where you were asked what your role is at work and met with a blank stare when you answer, “I'm a project manager”? Soon after that you probably tried to explain the basics of your work by saying, “I have projects and people who work on the projects so my job is to manage them to ensure the project is done on time and within budget. While also maintaining communication with clients…

The errors in content marketing you are probably making

1.Publishing low-quality content "We need to post something on Instagram" are probably the most notorious words to a content creator in your company because this is how poor-quality content starts. Pushing the content creator to make a last-second post will create flat, low-quality posts with little thought, since it will be focused on instant creation without prior planning. Publishing content for content's sake is not worth the effort, even if it's just minimal. This type of content provides no added…

Ecommerce tips for a record-breaking holiday season

Online sales have seen continued year over year growth since the early 2000s, with a 15% boost expected this holiday season. That is an increase of 3x the total retail industry average projections, making 2019 a potentially record-breaking year for your online business. Make sure your online store is in tip-top shape before this November to January shopping period is in full swing. Website performance is of the utmost importance when you are drawing in customers. Review your site and…