Visitor, What would you do with an extra 22 hours each week?
During the course of the day you and your colleagues are making decisions, ones that impact on the service provided to your clients, through to ones that impact the profit the business is making. For many companies there is information in the business that would allow for better decisions, but it isn't being captured, or is and isn't readily available to assist with making decisions.
Spend just 30 minutes thinking about the information that supports the decisions in your business. Then make changes to ensure that the information easily available (these changes don't need to be big to have a huge impact on your business).
A simple, but really effective example of how a simple change can save hours.
- Organise your stock into piles
- Mark a reorder level on the shelf
- Create a reorder template listing the items you stock
- Once a week, check the stock levels and use the reorder template to mark which items are low on quantity
- Reorder the items marked on the template
This is a tried and proven method to improve stock taken without increasing administration.
Optimise your business processes & save up to 22 hours a week
A previous client has been able to save 22 hours each week by automatically planning their shift workers. What could you do with another 22 hours each week?
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Secrets, Tips & Tricks
There is a huge amount of data available for managing your online presence, 5 great tips are:
Google Webmaster Tools - provides information on how your website is indexed in Google and tips on any HTML issues with your site.
Google Analytics - provides huge amounts of information about visitors to your website including their location, how they travel through your website and where they found your website.
Facebook Insights - provides insights on your Facebook page including how many views, likes, shares and the demographics of your fan base.
Twitter Analytics - Just launched, Twitter now provide statistics on your tweets enabling you to see how many impressions (how many times the tweet is show), and how many engagements (times a tweet is clicked) each tweet has.
Google Campaign URL Builder - enables you to categorise your links enabling you to make informed decisions on what marketing is working.
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