Don’t be caught off guard by the big changes Facebook is making to Messenger in August 2019. This one’s big - Messenger scan codes are going away forever. Say goodbye! But make sure you’re prepared.
Chances are there’s one action that will be the fix for 90% of sudden ManyChat issues. If you suddenly find your ManyChat account starts acting strange and you’re left scratching your head without any ideas about how to fix, or perhaps you’ve “fixed” something previously and it’s now broken again, or maybe you’ve even asked around and no one else is having the same problem.
This breakdown of the 24+1 Window will help you feel more confident about Facebook Messenger Marketing and your ability to fall within Facebook’s TOS when it comes to this golden rule.
While social media is a key driver of consumer trends and influence, it's also oversaturated, fickle, and unbelievably messy. Email is more serious and productive than social media, which makes it a great tool for businesses who want to influence decisions and drive action. Let's take a look at what you should focus on to reach and engage millennials with email.
If you want to scale and eventually sell your business, you need systems. Plain and simple. If you take yourself and all of your employees out of the equation, what would be left of your “business” once they leave?
Systems are your business and what make it sellable. They are also what make your business reliable and scalable. Employees can leave at any moment, and if they left nothing behind in terms of documented systems and took a wealth of operational knowledge with them, a large chunk of your business has vanished overnight.
Notifications can have a huge impact on your team's productivity. While technology is amazing and notifications can be used to improve communication, they can also kill workplace momentum and make your office a less efficient machine. By identifying problematic notifications and eliminating them at the source, you can streamline your entire operation.
When it comes down to it, effective workplace management is about eliminating unnecessary components in order to maximize the "flow". This elusive concept was identified by a psychologist in 1975 as a way to define that deep sense of immersion and focus that acts as a precursor to "getting stuff done". When you lose interest in the rest of the world, you're more likely to perform well with the job at hand.