Business Infographics

How Does Print On Demand Work?

How Does Print On Demand Work?

Print on demand is a type of drop shipping model. They’re both e-commerce business models, neither requires you to hold or manage stock, and each is an excellent option for beginning entrepreneurs. The Print on Demand (POD) model differs because, with POD, you create a partnership with a printer who will finish the product with your design only when it is ordered.

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9 Questions Every Sales Person Should Ask

9 Questions Every Sales Person Should Ask

Selling is about providing a solution to a potential customer’s issue. Size up your customer and align the benefits of what you are selling to their needs and you’ve won half the battle. Here is a visual, courtesy of Ampliz, that looks at 9 questions every sales person should ask.

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Building the Factory of the Future

Building the Factory of the Future

Disruption, innovation, and global connectivity are all reshaping how manufacturers deliver in today’s experience. It’s going to take a lot of work to build the factory of the future to keep up with the uncertainty and nimble needs of our times. Learn more about building the factory of the future in the following infographic.

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A Visual Guide to Remote Work Burnout

A Visual Guide to Remote Work Burnout

To accommodate employees’ need for flexible work arrangements, businesses are shifting to remote and hybrid working in droves. And while employees are generally embracing this trend, increasingly, people working remotely are complaining of feeling burned out. Take a look at the below infographic on just what is causing remote work burnout, and what employers can do to minimize the problem.

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Women Owned eCommerce Business

Women Owned eCommerce Business

Let’s face it – many women have their hands full with an unfair share of home responsibilities and an unfair pay disparity in the workplace. What can be done to turn the tide? The rise of women owned eCommerce businesses have been growing even through the pandemic. Learn more in the following infographic and report.

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CAC: Why It’s Important and How to Lower It

CAC: Why It’s Important and How to Lower It

Customer acquisition cost (CAC) is the amount of money a company spends to get a new customer and it helps measure the return on investment of efforts to grow their clientele. Customer acquisition expenses are a good predictor of future performance for your firm. The following infographic reveals five different ways to enhance your CAC today.

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The Key to Sustainable Commerce

The Key to Sustainable Commerce

As consumers, we have choices in the world of who we buy from online. That is why the rise of sustainable commerce is so important. Learn more about the key to sustainable commerce in this infographic from eBay.

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Big Data vs Business Intelligence: Must Watch Differences Between the Two Platforms

Big Data vs Business Intelligence: Must Watch Differences Between the Two Platforms

Big Data and Business Intelligence (BI) are two different data processes that occupy unique roles in the market. BI aims to collect, clean, and enrich structured or semi-structured data and then store it in different SQL databases. Data from various sources is stored in a data warehouse. Its goal is to support business decision-making with reports and dashboards.

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Why Premium Domain Names Are Important

Why Premium Domain Names Are Important

You can give your business a leg up online by acquiring a premium domain name – especially when coupled with vanity phone numbers. Learn more about the power of a premium domain name in the following infographic, courtesy of SBALoan.com.

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