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Rachael Hite has 26 articles published.

Leap To Improve Customer Service

  Our team just returned from #SMXWest.  This great conference was an eye opener for many emerging digital trends.  Surprisingly the most prominent theme that stood out was that no amount of flashy tech, widget or landing page can fix the user end and experience with the product/service.   Which leads me to my next statement……

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Hygge Your Work Flow To Reduce Stress

Hygge or Hoo-gah is definitely having a moment right now in popular culture. What is it? In a nutshell, it’s the Danish cultural practice of savoring life and taking good care of one’s self to prevent depression and ease the stress of their long dark winter nights.     Hygge is not just for cold…

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How Slack Can Help Improve Your Team’s Communication

 “Slack it to me” is a common phrase across workspaces at our ListingDepot office space. This tool has changed the way we work for the better, and we thought what better way to share the love, than a little Valentine’s Day tribute to one of our favorite apps! There’s a reason why Inc. Magazine voted…

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Does Your Brand Need A Boost?

  The look and feel of your tangible marketing materials can make a significant impact on your business. How do you know when it is time for a change? When you find yourself picking up a competitor’s piece of marketing and realizing that your current game plan is falling flat. The reality is that if…

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Troll Management Tactics for Smart Business Owners

Troll Hangouts-Where they Lurk and How to Recognize Damage   Facebook–  Trolls love the comment section of the home newsfeed. Do not be surprised if they show up on your Facebook business page. How many stars does your Facebook business page have?  Do you know how to take this rating down if it reflects poorly…

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Business Owners Can Make Their Office a Haven for Health with a Few Easy Steps

The CDC has released a report stating that over 29 million U.S. adults have diabetes and even more are at risk for development. The statistic is a somber one and is likely the result of our culture’s infatuation with convenience-driven lifestyles, longer work hours, and desk oriented jobs. 86 million adults – more than one in…

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