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As client demands increase and managers expect high levels of productivity from their employees, team members can quickly become overworked and experience burnout. A Gallup study of nearly 7,500 full-time employees revealed that about two-thirds of workers experience burnout on the job. Thirty-two percent of employees cited an unmanageable workload as a top contributor to burnout. When employees are overworked and stressed, they may find it challenging to complete all of their tasks. As their…

Productivity tools can help both individuals and teams stay on track. However, introducing a new productivity tool into your existing workflows can be challenging. Try to convince your team to adopt yet another digital tool, and you’ll likely be met with some resistance. That said, introducing a new tool that can help save time, resources, and provide a productivity boost doesn’t have to result in confusion or confrontation if you plan properly. Here are four…

Companies that align marketing and sales teams produce incredible results. Businesses that have strong “smarketing” teams established generate 208% more revenue from marketing efforts. Whereas a misalignment between the sales and marketing teams can cost B2B companies 10% or more of revenue each year. One way marketing and sales teams can work together is through content along the sales funnel. And marketers, particularly, can help make sure this copy converts prospects. 75% of buyers want…

As data privacy concerns heighten, most companies are tightening control over their data. Your clients may have restricted your agency’s access or not provided access at all. However, as a marketer, you need this data to create high-performing campaigns. It’s understandable that clients may be concerned about sharing data, especially if its data collected about their customers. And while marketing agencies might not get access to everything, there are safe ways to share data. If…

While it’s great to offer clients many different services, trying to be everything to everyone isn’t always the best approach if you are trying to grow your business. Especially in the digital marketing world, it’s crucial that your agency changes with the times. It’s important that you find a way to stand out among the thousands of other agencies offering similar services. Picking a niche is one way to help your agency stand apart from…

You and your client are hitting it off and completing tasks on time, and then out of nowhere, the client goes dark. What do you do? Dealing with an unresponsive client is a problem every agency faces at some point or another. It can be frustrating to miss deadlines or payments because you’re suddenly not getting any responses from your client. Here are four ways to handle (and avoid) unresponsive clients and get your projects…

Not all team members pump out work at the same rate. There are some on the team that have very fast turnovers and others that lag behind. Sometimes there is someone on the team that is very slow…too slow. This can be a delicate situation because you don’t want to put more pressure on this person and cause even more delays. However, it’s a situation that should be dealt with in order to keep up…

With team members distributed across multiple countries, our team is no stranger to working together from a distance. But as we’ve opened up to hiring team members who aren’t physically in the same location, we’ve learned it can be challenging to collaborate when you don’t see each other every day. Therefore, we’re constantly seeking new ways to improve how we work together. As we’ve scaled our team over the years, we’ve collected a great deal…

The holiday season is officially upon us. It’s the time of year for family, friends, and eating copious amounts of food. However, if your team doesn’t plan ahead, the pumpkin pie might not taste as sweet. The holiday season can be a busy time, so it’s important for your team to prepare. Here are four ways your team can best plan for your time away from the office and ensure you get the holiday rest…

When your superstar employee leaves to take an offer with a competitor, it can throw off a whole team. Beyond the personal sadness of losing a colleague and friend, you as the manager may also feel that you failed to satisfy that team member’s needs. What could you have offered to make their work experience more fulfilling and rewarding? Surprisingly, the answer is not always more money. Daniel Pink, a writer for the New York…