Most companies assume that revenue is the most important financial metric. While revenue is important, it isn’t the most important metric. The most important metric is gross margin.
Apple has been making a big push for recycling computers and phones over the past year. They’re doing this because they want to make sure that phone parts don’t end up in landfills, since a lot of electronic parts have a negative impact on the environment if disposed of incorrectly.
Recently, I’ve been spending a lot time thinking about how to make big ideas happen. Getting the outcome you want, when a lot of people think your ideas are unrealistic, is insanely challenging.
In honor of resurrecting my blog, I’ve decided to host a giveaway to win an Apple Watch Sports Edition. Entering the giveaway is incredibly easy. All you have to do is complete one (or all) of the entry options in the Gleam.io giveaway widget below: Alex Kehr’s Apple Watch Giveaway
One of the best ways to improve brand awareness and nurture leads into sales is through real estate email marketing. Real estate email marketing is something that you should be doing, and if you aren’t utilizing it, you are missing out on great business opportunities.
Even a small email list can drive massive results, especially for a real estate professional.
There are a lot of SEO factors that determine your ranking. If you’ve done any research on search engine optimization, you’ve likely heard terms like meta tags or keyword density come up repeatedly.
The term growth hacking keeps gaining in popularity. However, many people are still puzzled by what it actually means and end up left asking the question, “What is a growth hacking?”
In this post, I am not only going to explain what a growth hacker is, but I’m also going to help you realize why the growth hacking mindset is so powerful.
One of the greatest things that I have learned from running a company over the last 3 months is that a great company doesn’t care about itself. This might sound somewhat odd and counterintuitive; but it’s immensely true. I learned this lesson by transitioning away from working at a company that was so focused on […]
I’ve learned the most important lessons about my business not while working, but by reflecting on my work on long walks. Walking is a new habit I’ve formed and it has helped me be more creative, have a more level mood, better understand the world around me, and, overall, think more clearly. Walking may not […]