For many start-ups and modern businesses the only way to effectively operate is by having a remote team, either with no physical headquarters or one office setting with multiple staff members spread over different locations. Whether this utilises freelance individuals, or on-staff members based around the country (or the world),
As our company grew, so did our need for things which would ease some processes and save time. By saving time, we make a financial saving for the company which is always important. Just like many new businesses out there, when we first started trading, all our bookkeeping tasks were
“I’m a big fan of Google. However, its not about Google, it’s about what people have done with Google. It’s about all the people using Google to become leaders in their own lives and their own communities. They have achieved all these things because of their own ingenuity and talent.
Many people may think that hiring a virtual team is risky. Can everyone really work together productively towards the end goal without meeting or being in the same location? As Virtual Assistants, it’s a question many of our potential clients ask. Managing a virtual team is no different than managing
I have plenty of time! Now we can all find out! Google has just launched a new site called “How Search Works”. It’s packed full of info to get us to know and understand the process better. How Search Works A story of the process and visually taking you through
There’s no running away from Google+. Like it or not, it’s here to stay and with Google taking your activity on Google+ into account in their search results, every business should be on it! It’s not the easiest of platforms to use but we’ve put together a quick guide which
In a previous post, I referred to Social Bookmarking as a way for you to share links across the internet and improve your SEO. What is Social Bookmarking? Social Bookmarking is a way of sharing interesting content you come across on the internet. We’ve all emailed a link to a
I’d like to share with you a little story…I tried booking cinema tickets over the phone, yesterday. I don’t think I can recall a more frustrating experience… The “conversation” (although I’m not sure talking to a machine fits within the conversation remit) went a bit like this: – ” Which