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Who Are You Designing Your Website For?

Seems like a simple question with a simple answer. Of course, you're designing your website for your customers or — better yet — your prospects, right? I mean, who wouldn't? You design or build or tailor your products and services for the people who buy them. It's only natural that you'd build your marketing materials and surely your most important marketing channel, your website, to serve them the best.

Digital Detox: It's Possible and It's Important

In this day and age, technology is unavoidable. On a day-to-day basis we all use multiple screens: smartphones, computers, tablets, televisions, etc. In fact, we not only use them, but we have become dependent on them in our daily lives. In 2008, there was actually a term coined for the feeling of anxiety we experience when we forget or lose our smartphone, have no network coverage, or when our battery is running low; it’s called nomophobia.

HubSpot Integrations We Are LOVING Right Now

Databox

We have been using Databox for about a year and it really has been an integral part of how we report to our clients on what we do for them. You can easily compare data from multiple sources. It’s awesome. The best part for us is that, once we got it all set up for ourselves, we were able to easily copy those reports over for our clients. Easy to use, easy to read, and easy to send via email.

Surviving Life Without A Smartphone

I was without a smartphone for a few weeks, and while I waited for my replacement claim to process, the importance the smartphone plays in modern living became crystal-clear. Loss aids in the development of understanding and, most importantly, appreciation. In some ways, I may have been better off, but I also encountered a few situations that highlighted the critical roles our smartphones play in daily living. Habit fires more quickly than conscious memory. Time and again I would automatically reach for my glossy, Gorilla-Glassed instrument, only to sigh when I remembered I was without.

Strategic Activities Lead To Increased Revenues (CASE STUDY)

Company Profile
Employer Flexible, founded in 2003, is a comprehensive business outsourced solutions provider that combines intuition and expertise to help its clients impact what matters to their organization. The company’s lines of service include HR Solutions, such as PEO, as well as Recruitment Solutions. Headquartered in Houston, Employer Flexible has several offices across Texas and they are passionate about getting to know each of their clients and providing them with tailored HR solutions. www.employerflexible.com