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  1. Building your brand on social media is challenging in today’s scenario. Additionally, if you deal in business-to-business services, the challenges double. Therefore, if you have not defined your social media objectives, adopting b2b social media strategies is of no use. B2B social media strategy requires lots of techniques and practices to adopt. Thus, if you are new to social media marketing, prefer learning the basics. Therefore, before jumping to the strategies, explore the basics of social media strategies. What Is The Meaning Of B2B Social Media Strategy? First, let’s know the meaning of social media strategies. Therefore, your activities to build your social media followers and audience fall under its definition. However, the goal differs for each b2b company. For instance, a startup may want more audience; a well-established company may require quality clients rather than an audience base. Therefore, to build your b2b social media strategy, it is crucial to know your social media objectives first.
  2. Digitizing restaurant menus are a great way to increase the amount of traffic your venue receives! With digital menu boards, you can create one or more different screens that show off your menu and also offer specials. Plus, these menus can be updated in real-time to reflect any changes or additions that happen throughout the day. What is Menu Boards? Menu boards are the visual representation of a restaurant's menu. They act as a menu itself, visually displaying the dishes that are on offer and what they cost. Menu boards can be digital or physical and typically have a magnetic surface for easy organizing.
  3. Ecommerce websites can offer a variety of products to their customers, but the challenge for many eCommerce companies is selling those products. There are many ways that you can come up with a way to sell your products, such as social media advertising, email marketing, or even in-person marketing through sales associates. This blog post details some of the best strategies for optimizing your website so it can sell more products. Brief History of eCommerce In the last decade, eCommerce has become a vital part of the global economy. Whether you sell clothes, electronics, jewelry or even books on Amazon, it's vital that your eCommerce website succeeds. A few years ago, we published our first guide for optimizing your eCommerce website. This time we've released an updated version with more comprehensive steps and resources to help you improve conversion rates and increase sales. What is online marketing? Online marketing is a multibillion-dollar industry that's constantly changing. So first, it's important that you understand what it is and the types of strategies used. Online marketing can mean many things, but the most common ways to market your business include social media marketing and search engine optimization. Why is it important to have a great website? The web is the primary place where people find information and purchase products online, so it's important that your website is up-to-date and showcases your products correctly. The information an eCommerce merchant needs to have about their website is more than just knowing how many visitors they get each day - there are certain steps you should take to optimize your site for success. The 5 Components of a Successful eCommerce Website The key to a successful and custom eCommerce website is to come up with a plan that is going to make it easy for your audience to find what they want. It's important not to get bogged down in the details, but rather focus on creating a good product and making it easy for people to find. Factors for success in the world of eCommerce There are a variety of factors to consider when optimizing your eCommerce site. These include: marketing, customer service, conversion rate, and more. Be sure to balance these areas of focus with the needs of your business and industry standards. Ways for newbies to succeed in this competitive industry It's no secret that when it comes to eCommerce, there are a lot of players. It can be daunting to enter the industry, but there are steps you can take to optimize your website and make sure that it succeeds. Conclusion A great marketing campaign turns into a memorable experience for your customers. So, if you're looking to grow your eCommerce business, it's time to take a step back and review the resources available to you. The guides listed in this blog are some of the best that we've found while working with our clients.
  4. Selling breast milk

    Would anyone be interested in purchasing breast milk as another form of protein? I've read that there's quite a market for it among bodybuilders.
  5. Training etc

    Decided to do a powerlifting comp middle of this year. The goal is an 800kg+ total. 9/3/16 Bench 100x7 150x5 180x5 180x3 180x4 (with liftoff) 180x2 (with liftoff) Db bench 65x8 65x8 65x7 65x7 65x6 11/3/16 Squat 120x5 (belt) 180x5 (belt + wrist wraps) 200x5 (belt + wrist wraps + knee wraps) 220x5 (belt + wrist wraps + knee wraps) 240×1 (belt + wrist wraps + knee wraps) 180x5 (belt + wrist wraps) Did 3 or 4 sets each of leg extension and hamstring curls after the squats. Was first time giving wraps a proper go (without ripping them off after a single rep and deciding to never use again) and seemed alright although didnt wrap very tight. Wrapped from the top down which seemed to mitigate the back of leg pain. Struggled walking out the 240 and my wrists/forearms were quite sore from wrapping by that stage. Something ill just have to get used to.