Creating a desirable company culture that is poised to positively grow and evolve as your business grows and evolves is a complex undertaking.
Nonetheless, it’s worth addressing as it dramatically affects your organization.
Even though engaging your staff, enhancing motivation and promoting team collaboration are elusive beasts for HR executives to tame, the effort is needed in today’s business climate.
Achieving a consistently positive company culture is a marketplace advantage.
One way to help address, examine, and build up the elements of a positive culture is to utilize a event. An offsite retreat or conference allows your employees, partners and maybe even vendors to come together in one place to learn and grow experientially, as a whole unit.
UK-based, KDM Events can help facilitate such an event. If you review their website you’ll read in their Conference & Event Management section that we [humans] only remember 10% of what we read, 20% of what we hear, but 90% of what we experience!
That’s evidence of the power a live event can have, if done right, on your company culture. Check out KDM Events to ensure you get it right.
Are you interested in building your wealth by learning more about, and leveraging your knowledge of the options market?
Or, maybe you’ve been trading options for a little while and didn’t know there is a website to help educate you further about the subject. The site I'm referring to can potentially even enhance what you’re already doing with an options trading software.
If either of the two above scenarios sound like you, you’ll want to check out Options Cafe.
The Options Cafe is a blog site dedicated to documenting experiential research and sharing tips and tricks to help you understand how to build wealth through trading options in the capital market.
Options Cafe is run by Cloudmanic Labs CEO & Founder, Spicer Matthews. The blog explores the many links between Matthews’ trading and investing activities and his work at Cloudmanic Labs.
As an example of the type of useful, granular information Options Cafe provides, check out this post on creating a baseline strategy for trading SPY put credit spreads.
There seems to be a good deal of confusion among those who own and operate websites about URL canonicalization for SEO.
Essentially, the idea is that my Tiny Career website resides at www.tinycareer.com, but you can also type in the shorter, more-efficient-for-marketing-purposes version, tinycareer.com and get to the same online destination.
However, if you type in tinycareer.com and then look at the URL string once you arrive on that page you’ll notice that you’re actually on www.tinycareer.com not tinycareer.com.
This happens because, behind the scenes, you’ve been redirected from tinycareer.com to www.tinycareer.com. The “www” folder on the internet server houses my Tiny Career website content.
For all intents and purposes the shorter tinycareer.com address is easier to use for marketing reasons, but if they were two different sites as a result of dropping the “www,” that would create duplicate content on the internet and cause my site to lose SEO authority, thus not appearing in search results for those trying to find a site that has content like that of www.tinycareer.com.
Learn more about URL canonicalization and SSL from Kaizen Inbound's website.
Posted by: Nick Venturella, TinyCareer site owner.
Tiny Career Blog
Tiny Career is a site about entrepreneurs and small businesses learning how to grow while promoting what they do.