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10 Questions To Expect At Your Next Job Interview

10 Questions To Expect At Your Next Job Interview

Most of our clients haven’t been to an interview in years and get anxious just at the thought of one. We always re-assure our clients to have no fear, gather their thoughts and boost their confidence by giving them a list of questions to expect at a job interview. Of course this isn’t a script that all of your potential employers will have on hand when interviewing you, however there are definitely certain questions you most definitely won’t be able to avoid at a job interview. Most of the time, people get nervous because they don’t know what questions may be asked or what to even expect. Other times, people aren’t confident in answering questions about themselves within seconds of being asked a question – knowing a potential job is on the line. Here are 10 questions to expect at your next job interview. Feel free to write down the list and master answering each with confidence. Even if the questions won’t be exactly the same, you’ll have a better idea how to answer them. Make sure not to repeat exactly what is written on your resume because your resume is for the employer to look at and formulate questions from – refer to the resume but don’t read off of it! Question 1) What attracted you to our company? Use this question to show off your knowledge about the company. Do your homework by gathering vital information about the company. How many locations do they have? What’s their main export? What stood out most about the company that you can discuss? Question 2) Can you tell me a little about yourself? Don’t...
4 Tips to Enhance Your Product Description SEO

4 Tips to Enhance Your Product Description SEO

If you are building your online/e-commerce store, here are 4 tips to help you enhance each product description’s search engine optimization: 1) Length: The length of your descriptions have to be short and sweet – enough to inform the client of the product and enticing enough to want them to purchase the item(s). This will benefit both your users and search engine spiders. 2) Original Content:  Writing enticing and original product descriptions for  your e-commerce business can definitely increase sales. Additionally, possessing original product descriptions on your website can help you avoid Google’s “Farmer algorithm” penalty – which affects retailers that copy and paste product descriptions from their competitors. 3) Order of Word Appearance: Place the broadest term you want to rank first in the product title. For example – Tiffany & Co 925 Sterling Silver Charm Bracelet. 4) Searching by Solution: People are visiting your website seeking the right solution – if they are ending up on a page that is user-friendly and possesses enticing content, they won’t hit the ‘back’ button and continue their search on Google. But rather, they will begin on your page as a visitor and end up as a customer – showing Google your rank is properly placed and lessening potential clients to turn around and search elsewhere. Collectively, these tips will allow your product detail pages to be seen as relevant not only to search engine spiders, but to your website visitors. Entice them with your knowledge of your products through your descriptions – show your uniqueness with your quality and they’ll realize you’re better than the competitor. Copying and pasting other’s descriptions...
Is Your Website Helping or Harming Your Business?

Is Your Website Helping or Harming Your Business?

A website gives your business an online presence. These days, a professional and functioning website is crucial to every business owner. However, the way a website is both written and designed can either help your business grow or definitely harm the way your business is portrayed to the online world. People form instant opinions with a click of a button. If your website does not possess key elements and use-friendly features, within a few seconds a potential customer will click the backspace button and search for someone else. Your website has to reflect your brand, logo, theme, services, expertise, etc… You have to make people feel as though they have entered a different world – your online world – and be so interested in your services that they pick up the phone and head your way. Your online presence and your actual business (storefront, office, company, etc…) have to work together. Just like you replenish your store’s visual merchandise, you have to constantly replenish your online content. Potential clients are supposed to read your website pages to gain an interest. In reality, your content is so poorly written, that they begin to realize your mistakes and imperfections convey carelessness in your work. As a business, you must prevent mistakes from blemishing your company’s overall impression.A paragraph or page that is full of errors in spelling, grammar and punctuation is difficult to read and undermines the credibility and authority you have worked hard to achieve for your business. Your reputation suffers if your website, e-mails, letters and other documents are poorly written and possess typos and grammatical errors. In addition to being a necessity, editing...