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Marketing skills for your business - Zinny Factor
Entrepreneur's Workplace

Online Marketing Skills You Need to Know

The world of e-commerce and online marketing can seem like a daunting prospect once you are introduced to it, but there are lots of ways you can learn about it and improve your skills. If you own your own business or just want to improve your online presence then these can be really useful skills to learn.

A lot of it is not difficult to pick up, and once you start practicing them, it will open up a whole new world for you. There are so many benefits to knowing these skills and so many businesses need people who know how to use them well.

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Employee's Workplace, Entrepreneur's Workplace

The Changing Job Market: What Your Employer Thinks About You

Over time, one thing that has been understood about the job market and workplace, in general, is that many people are in fear. Fear of losing their jobs. The fear of not being good enough for a job or being incompetent.

There is also the fear of failing to meet deadlines. Fear of asking for a raise or a promotion. And if you’re an employee, sometimes the fear of what your employer thinks about you.

The job market is fierce and in this day and age, competition has never been greater. Businesses are evolving due to the changes in multiple technologies and the huge internet penetration.

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The Immigrant Worker

7 Tips to Get your Dream Job as an Immigrant

Deciding to become an immigrant is one of the biggest decisions I have ever had to make.

It wasn’t easy to pack up my bags and decide to relocate to Canada. I don’t want to think that many people relocate to a new country without making concrete plans on how to survive in the new environment.

It’s so much of a serious decision, but I think that many people don’t know the proper ways to go about delicate things or what to expect. Also, they probably become frustrated at some point because everything seems different and not everyone has a great coping mechanism.

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New Worker

How do I Deal with a Co-worker that Interrupts me with too Many Questions?

Hello, lovely readers!

Apologies for not updating the blog well enough this week. I was really swamped with work and if I had attempted to stay put with my blogging schedule, I would have been pushing it too far. I always recommend getting adequate rest at all times even though our modern world can be so fast these days. All the same, I had to live by my mantra: take it slow!

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Employee's Workplace, New Worker

8 Hobbies that can help Boost your Employability

Getting a job can be demanding and a good way to beat the competition is to involve what you do during your spare time at an interview. This says a lot about you and will help you get the right fit because you would be matched with a job that suits both you and the company.

Do you remember these posts HERE and HERE, where we discussed some employable skills? Well, you could just make your passion or hobby blend in as an employable skill that is of value to your prospective employer.

If you are considering a transition in your current workplace, you could also use your hobbies to your advantage. Judging from your previous practice, your employer or manager should be able to tell if your hobby has contributed to the success of your team or department.

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Employee's Workplace

How to Make your Clients Love you

It’s August and I am so excited! Happy new month to you! I wish you a great work month filled with endless possibilities. Today’s article is one I have been willing to write for a very long time but never came around to doing so. I apologize for not updating the blog in a while, last week was so hectic, but of course, I have no excuses for not posting an article. If you visited the blog previously for a new post, I am so glad I have this up now and I will try to keep up with my schedule.

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Employee's Workplace

How to not be Bored at Work

Let’s face it, we have all gotten bored at work at some point. What happens afterward is entirely up to you to decide. Some people take out time to watch movies, surf the internet, chitchat, and gossip, read a novel or sleep! Yes, I said so; sleep at work! You know I am damn right about that.

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Employee's Workplace, New Worker

4 Skills you need at work to be Competitive

How have you been? How was the weekend? How is your day going? I trust everything is going on well with you, especially at work. If you recall, I posted an article sometime in the past on 13 skills that will get you the job. If you have read it, that is great! if not, I encourage you to take out time and read it because you may need to refer to it for today’s post.

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Employee's Workplace, New Worker

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: What You Need to Know

As an employee, it is always important to consistently ask yourself if you have the knowledge, skills, and abilities required of you even as you progress on your job. Most times this is stated in the job description but it can be really hard to decipher which is which.

At other times, it is equally essential for you to determine if you need improvement. There are some expectations that may not necessarily be stated in your job description but will affect your performance.

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New Worker

Managing Depression During a Job Search

Depression can be a form of disability and may lead to many devastating consequences if not properly managed. There are several ways to manage depression during a job search and I hope to discuss that in this blog post.

Finding a job can be a huge task and is a job on its own. Finding a job that is line with your career objectives is even more demanding. It can be consuming and needs a high level of commitment and perseverance.

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