Category: Business

Computer Viruses and The Negative Impact on Business

Computers are very detailed machines that function by set rules, codes and languages. Everything follows a pattern and schedule in order to operate efficiently. Computer viruses can affect the cosmetics of a computer such as the screen and display appearances or the simple functions such as the way the keyboard operates or the functionality of

Is Amway A Genuine Business?

There are no limits to the number of sites online that ascribe the words illegal pyramid and scam to the Amway business. Comb through the Internet and you will see tons of critics telling you what a rip off the Amway business is. Why does Amway attract so much criticism? Why does every critic want

Life of an Offshore Business Analyst

This article details on the role as an offshore business analyst and the changing role of offshore business analysts. With the boom in outsourcing and the focus of firms shifting to add efficiency at lesser cost, more BA roles are being created offshore. Not to say that all jobs are being shipped offshore, but we

What Is Social Media Marketing?

Social media marketing is a completely new, but vital part of online marketing that has taken off in the last few years. A brief definition of it is the process of increasing traffic to your site or gaining attention online though social media sites. What are social media sites? These types of sites are ones

Insurance Marketing: Take Your Bio From Stale To Stellar

How well does your professional bio showcase your abilities? Does it tell your personal brand story? Is it current and compelling? Unfortunately, most insurance professional bios are stale and boring. They lack heart, depth and inspiration. Company profiles are often riddled with tired clich├ęs and insurance industry jargon. And the typical executive bio is no

Top Advantages of Offline Marketing

The recent trends online have resulted in many people thinking of offline marketing as weak and ineffective. However, this has not stopped companies like Yahoo! Answers, Monster.com, and ebay.com from advertising offline more than online. Regardless of the fact that marketing online is far cheaper than promoting offline, offline marketing and advertising still reaches a