7 Simple Steps To Start a Blog Today #infographic #blogging #howto

Several new entrepreneurs are starting on the web. They dream of an online income that is quite opposite the traditional 9 to 5 job. One of the popular tool used by these budding entrepreneurs is a blog.

There is plenty of information on how one should go about starting an online business based around a blog, but this information is either overloaded or too complicated. This infographic gives you the steps to start a blog in 7 simple and easy to follow ways to simplify the process.

Pick a topic, register a domain and start blogging. Use social media, content marketing and search engine optimisation techniques to get more traffic and visibility to your blog. You have to patient when learning new techniques on how to improve your blog’s readership. Along the way start building a mailing list so you have a handy list of clients when you have products or services to monetize.

An Infographic by Bloggingtips.com.

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The Rise and Fall of SME #infographic #SME

The Rise and Fall of SMEs infographic has been produced by business debt advice providers, Company Debt. The purpose of this infogrpahic was to highlight industries which have been affected, positively or negatively, by impacts on the sector over a period of 20 years. With this infographic, you can visually compare notable correlations by industry by effect with the data range that has been explored in industries such as construction, IT, food manufacture and science.

An Infographic by CompanyDebt.

5 Billion Dollar Companies That Started In A Garage #infographic #company #success

They say that you should start from something – at least some cash to invest, some place to step on, some encouragement from the sponsors to begin. But have you ever thought to launch a business with nothing? Look at the giant companies that started their success from garages! They had nothing, but with the help of motivation, enthusiasm and dedication, they achieved what they wanted. Did they have a magical unicorn that helped them? Bet they did not!

Apple, Amazon, Google, and two more companies started from the obscure idea that developed in someone’s garage! They did not expect such an outcome, but they were dreaming about it. With hard work and activeness, they began implementing their ideas into action.

Now, we all know them as billion dollar corporations that rule the world.
Be proactive, be inspired to create, take the chance and never let it go!
Venture and grab your opportunity! You should definitely succeed!

An infographic by Essay Writing Place.

10 Late Excuses To Tell Your Boss #infographic #excuses #boss

When you’re running late to work, it helps to have a believable excuse to get you off and keep you on your boss’s good side! If you are running late for work, use the infographic below as a handy reference for the ‘best excuses to give when you’re running late.’

It will more than likely happen to you sometime in your career point to be late for work. Sometimes time in the morning just slips way from you or unexpected circumstances could hinder your way to work. So when this happens you need a good reason and explanation for being late!

You should already be aware that there are some standard excuses that every boss has heard millions of times before so making sure you use a unique one is important if you are to be let off! You better avoid using the normal generic excuses because obviously they do not work.

This infographic shows a number of original late excuses to tell your boss that is less likely to be used as much. Some of them are very creative so you may decide for yourself whether to try them or not. It is a common understanding that absolute honesty in the workplace is ‘not’ the best policy! Besides, chronic lateness can end up affecting your long term career and also your future references if you are to leave your current position.

10 of the best late excuses to tell your boss

An infographic by Health Listed.

Outbound Vs. Inbound Lead Generation #infographic #leadgeneration

At the beginning of every lead generation initiative, it’s important to understand the difference between inbound and outbound lead generation. The concepts behind each approach use different execution methods so it’s vital to comprehend the logic behind them before you start out.

Here’s a quick guide to inbound and outbound lead generation, and what each approach can do for your business.

Outbound Lead Generation
Outbound Lead Generation is also called “interruption lead generation”. Using this approach, the marketer initiates the first interaction by sending out a message to potential leads. The best examples of outbound lead generation are direct emails and phone calls.

In today’s highly connected world, there has been some debate about the effectiveness and relevance of outbound lead generation techniques. While it’s a more “old school” approach, the outbound lead generation method can still work if spruced up with some of today’s modern tactics and technologies.

Inbound Lead Generation
Inbound Lead Generation is when you allow your prospects to come to you through SEO and the provision of valuable content. Unlike outbound lead generation, it’s the prospect who decides when and how they will reach you.

The best example of inbound lead generation is content marketing, which is where you publish relevant content with the intent of attracting your target audience to your brand’s website. However, one of the main challenges of inbound lead generation is standing out from the crowd. Even if you provide compelling content and utilise paid ads, it can still be difficult to remain visible amidst the competition.

Which is better? Take a look at this infographic to find out.

An Infographic by Pure B2B.