Residential IPs Help You to Ensure Unbiased Data and to Stay Competitive

Contributed article in our business series. Enjoy! – Kimberly

An IP address can be compared to your regular address, but it is a virtual one. Each time you send a request to a web resource, it receives your IP. Do you know what information can be extracted from an IP? First of all, it is possible to extract your phone number and email. And from those one can extract name, country, birthdate, addresses that are in association etc.

There are different kinds of IPs: data center, mobile, residential, shared, rotated etc. They are called proxies. They act as an intermediate between you and your destination site and were created to mask your real IP. If you go with a residential IP as your proxy when surfing the Web in your residence, your real address will be hidden halfway to the destination site. The destination resource will see a completely new residential address.

Residential Proxies. Peculiarities

Residential accommodation reassigns requests that enter the Web from your device to a pool of residential addresses around the world. Thankfully to this it is possible to target not only up to the country, but even up to the city (if the service you have chosen is a quality service). The best services allow targeting even up to the mobile operator.Continue reading

3 Ways to Inspire and Engage Your Audience

Contributed article in our business series. Enjoy! – KimberlyYou can market your business all day, but if you’re sending your audience to snoozy town, then nobody will be going anywhere fast. 

Let’s face it: business can be boring! Say it aloud and remove its power over you! There is a lot about corporations and jobs that are just truly mind-numbingly dull, and it’s to be expected to a degree here and there. 

What’s not okay, though, is this consensus leaking through to your target audience. They need to be inspired, engaged, and ready to purchase, thinking you’re the best thing since sliced bread wherever possible. 

Therefore, here are 3 ways to inspire and engage your audience. Continue reading

How to Stay Virtually Connected with Your Customers

Contributed infographic in our business series. Enjoy! – Kimberly

Though the enforced quarantines in most areas have been lifted, it’s still going to be some time before things are back to business as usual. Because of the lack of in-person interaction between brands and businesses, keeping your audience engaged and invested online is more important than ever, or else you may risk getting lost in the shuffle. With the right tools at your disposal and some creative thinking, almost any company big or small can successfully pivot to a primarily online communication strategy.

Take a look at the visual guide from RentSpree below to learn about the types of tools you should be investing in that won’t break the bank, creative content ideas for social, and examples from big-name brands who successfully pivoted to virtual communication. For example, have you seen Nike’s “water bottle workouts” on TikTok for people who can’t make it to the gym, or Disneyland’s virtual rides? Check it out!

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How to Stay Virtually Connected with Your Customers

Managing your Career: A 3-Step Guide

Contributed article in our business series. Enjoy! – Kimberly

There are over 130 million full-time employees in the United States. The main thing you need to do to keep yourself motivated as a full-time worker is to seek out advancement opportunities. Choosing the right career and adequately managing it is one of the most challenging tasks on the planet. If your career journey is leading out into the job-seeking world, you need to adequately prepare for this experience.

If you are about to start applying for new jobs in your industry, ResumeBuild suggests looking over your existing resume. The ResumeBuild website offers a number of appealing resume templates you can use. With the right template, you can make your resume more appealing to a hiring manager.

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Are you looking for helpful tips on how to manage your career? If so, check out the helpful tips below.Continue reading

What’s a Shero and How To Become Your Own

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Contributed article in our business series. Enjoy! – Kimberly

Sheroes can derive from all backgrounds and ages. Whether it is Greta Thunberg who is only a teenager devoting her life to stopping climate change or Arianna Huffington who has become one of the most accomplished business women in history, these women are sheroes by definition.

The term was coined during the suffrage movement in the 1836 but is more relevant than ever today: A woman who is admired or idealized for her courage, outstanding achievements, or noble qualities is considered a shero. These qualities seldomly come easy and are the result of hard work and dedication. To help you become your own shero, FTD has gathered nine tips from empowered women to set you in the right direction.

Take small steps but commit to the process and you’ll soon find yourself inspiring other women. Don’t forget to acknowledge the sheroes in your life by thanking them for being an inspiration and empowering women around them. By lifting each other up, we can create a supportive community that females across the globe will benefit from.

 

 

9 Leadership Skills of Successful Women to Make Them Stand Out

Contributed article in our business series. Enjoy! – Kimberly

Gender equality in the workplace is gaining momentum, offering many opportunities to women leaders. This is good news for women who have been plagued by harassment, salary inequality and feelings of insignificance for years. Katrina Lake, founder and CEO of Stitch Fix, and the youngest CEO to lead a public offering, believes that decision-makers are starting to realize that being more inclusive of women is simply good business. 

Cultural transformations are taking place but they need to be translated into actions, whether it’s acing a job interview, successfully re-entering the workplace after a period of staying at home with children or developing leadership skills. Here are some of the skills successful women leaders need to stand out. 

  • Emotional intelligence

Emotional intelligence is the ability to understand and manage our own emotions, and those of others around us. It involves empathy, self-awareness and social skills. Emotions should never get in the way when making decisions. The more a woman is able to relate to and work well with others, the more success she will have. Continue reading

How Boomers & Millennials Should Communicate Infographic

Contributed article in our business series. Enjoy! – Kimberly

Today’s workforce is becoming increasingly diverse, as members of Generation Z join Millennials, Gen X’ers, and Baby Boomers as the major age groups represented in the workplace. Though these different perspectives and backgrounds can create a great creative environment and lively discourse, it can also spark workplace conflict and disagreements and members of each generation struggle to understand one another. In order to promote workplace harmony and communication, it’s important to understand where your coworkers are coming from. Take a look at the visual below for a summary of the core values and work ethic for each generation, along with general communication tips to keep in mind for the workplace.

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What to do when words aren’t enough

Contributed article in our business series. Enjoy! – Kimberly

It’s not so surprising when you think about it.

It’s no surprise to most of us that in some circumstances, like when you experience loss, words fall short. 

Yet, while we can see this happening, instead of changing our expectations about what words can and can’t do for us, we keep looking for the “right thing to say.”

When words fall short

Recently, I was talking to my sister about her relationship – or rather the one she was pursuing. To my big sister pride, she had declared how she felt, and as many of us fear, the response she got wasn’t exactly what she was hoping for. It was a lukewarm, brush off that diverted the conversation to other things. 

Bummer. Continue reading