Now that you have generated the much-coveted attention for your brand, you need to figure out how you can use that attention to make sales happen. It is not an easy task to achieve but your effort to make your brand successful will need a few more steps to be taken. Sales funnel directing your customers to complete a sales process successfully. In order to … Continue reading Technology Required for Building a Sales Funnel
The popularity of multi-fuel and log burning stoves continues to increase, here are five tips to ensure they operate to maximum efficiency with the wood burning brightly and emitting the maximum amount of heat to warm your home. Choose Hardwood Logs Hardwood, from trees that lose their leaves in the autumn, are superior to evergreen softwoods because the timber grows slowly and is more dense. … Continue reading Five Ways To Ensure Logs Burn Brightly
Long-lasting damage can happen in the body due to bad posture – fact! Recent research, which investigated the effects of technology on our posture, has coined the term ‘tech neck’ — pain and wrinkles across the neck and chest that are derived from time spent looking at computers and handheld devices. Poor posture is a growing problem A complaint such as ‘tech neck’ is just … Continue reading A guide to correcting your posture in the office and avoiding ‘tech neck’
Britain’s demand for energy is growing fast – set to increase by a huge 50% between 2005 and 2030. This can be put down to a growing population along with modern life and a greater reliance on technology. How is the country going to meet this extra demand? We’ve teamed up with the business gas specialists at Flogas to find out which sources of energy are the most reliable. How … Continue reading Which is the most reliable source of energy?
In Britain, there’s sometimes nothing we like more than a good old-fashioned chin-wag. However, it’s recently become apparent that we prefer to do so in the comfort of our own home. Reports showed that just over half of the UK’s adult population preferred to have guests come to their home to socialise. However, that number had risen to 75% by 2017. With two pubs on … Continue reading The rise of home entertaining
Fashion brands have been under mass speculation from media outlets. They’re making headlines for a range of reasons — such as making a difference in terms of the wider community and social issues. Lacoste recently announced that it would be adopting a temporary logo to help endangered species — offering limited editions of each animal in relation to how many of the species there are … Continue reading Making Moves In Fashion: Which Brands Are At The Forefront?
Bikes are a great environmentally friendly way of getting you from A to B as well as offering you a number of health benefits. You might enjoying BMXing, riding a road bike or going mountain biking. Whichever form you choose, one thing we all look for is how we can go that little bit quicker. Here, we provide five top tips to make your bike … Continue reading 5 ways to make your bike quicker
For socialites looking to quit smoking, you might be worried about your social life taking a beating too. After all, you’re used to going out, having a drink, and having a smoke with friends, right? Well you don’t need to give up your social life along with smoking! Take a look at this guide below to stay social as you become healthier! The similarities of … Continue reading Keeping up a social life when quitting smoking
Few industries benefit as much from polyurethane properties as those in the medical device / healthcare industry. Polyurethane products, such as medical films and tubing can be direct replacements for other synthetics that have multiple drawbacks. Because polyurethane material is formed from pure polymers — long, stable molecular chains chemically bound to each other — it offers better biocompatibility with almost no disadvantages. For example, … Continue reading What is Polyurethane Used for in the Medical Industry?
Contracting isn’t just a short-term fad. It’s a growing, thriving industry that for many, offers substantial financial benefits, greater control over one’s career and improved freedom and flexibility. On average, contractors take home £5,414 more than their employee counterparts. Contractors charge higher rates, pay less in tax and can deduct expenses. In fact, whilst the average IT employee in the UK earns an average of … Continue reading Calculating Contractor Rates: What affects your income?