When brands want to build up their company, one of the things they aim to do is to put SEO into their content. However, they don’t always make sure that the back end of their website is as strong as the stories they want to put out.
Continuing Juiced Media’s commitment to the youth pledge mark and local young people, Daniel Pointon joined us for a week’s work experience from Pakefield High School.
Juiced media has recently welcomed three work experience employees as part of their commitment to the New Anglia Youth pledge marque after committing to the scheme in March.
Alex Powney (20), Shonagh Hales (19) and Jordan Stevenson (19) joined on 23rd March, 25th April, and 1st May respectively, as part of a 12 week work experience scheme.
Social media’s visibility and wide reach are its greatest strength and its greatest weakness. When you do something good, positive exposure can be extremely helpful to your brand. When you do something wrong, everyone is there to witness your shortcoming. With that being said, it’s critically important that you avoid making costly mistakes, like the following:
We all know how important it is to connect with customers. Building relationships is key to learning your customers’ needs. And, you may gain more returning customers, referrals and net income in the process.
As a small business owner, you have an advantage when it comes to building customer rapport. The size of your company allows you to reach people at a more personal level than big businesses, which turns into stronger relationships with customers.
To create customer relationships, and keep them strong, you must do all you can to engage customers. Here are five ways to build customer relationships and keep them coming back.