Living Life on the Brink: How a Sense of Urgency Can Fuel Success

When I first started my company, Asia was reeling in the wake of the 1997 financial crisis. The situation was bleak – companies folded overnight, scores of people lost their jobs, the economy had collapsed. It’s a scenario familiar to many Americans since it would play out 10 years later with America …

Episode 99 – Agencies, Entrepreneurship and What’s Working Now on Facebook with Molly Pittman

Molly Pittman is a bit of a legend in the digital marketing space.  Bartender turned marketing intern for Ryan Deiss, turned VP of Marketing for Digital Marketer, turned entrepreneur – Molly’s story is an inspiring one.  And she flat knows her stuff! In this episode, we dig into some real …

Gig workers like the work-life balance but would prefer permanent roles

More than one in ten (12 percent) so-called gig workers in the UK are working multiple roles and consider temporary work as their main role, taking advantage of improved work-life balance, greater variety of work and the ability to see more of their families, according to a new report. The …

Business leaders routinely work through lunch to tackle productivity gap

Although the majority of business leaders rate their business as efficient, nearly a third of respondents to a recent survey waste up to 65 working days per year on administrative tasks, with over half wasting the equivalent of a working month. Priority Software’s Business Process Efficiency Index 2018 suggests business leaders …

WordPress Multisite: Setting up, configuring, and managing the network

Editor’s Note: This WordPress Multisite article was first published on February 23, 2016. It was updated on October 20, 2018. A WordPress Multisite network makes site administration much easier. It lets you run multiple websites on a single WordPress installation, which allows you to updated and manage all of your …