David Koller

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David Koller is a passionate blogger and copywriter for Media Gurus, mainly interested in SEO and Digital Marketing.

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Creating Startup Event and Making a Splash

The value of a proper PR in the startup launch is simply invaluable, however, even the best PR can’t spin a mundane startup entry in order to make it into something epic. For this to happen, your marketers need to have some decent source material. Needless to say, what better way to do so than to create a startup event that’s going to make a splash on its own. Apart from providing you with some impressive networking opportunities early on, it is also an incredible way to present your staff and your corporate values to the world. With this in mind and without further ado, here are several tips on how to make a great startup event.

What Are the Warning Signs of an Insolvent Company?

If you are a business owner or a CEO of a business, you may get carried away with your day-to-day tasks and fail to see the big picture. If most of your daily work is focused on patching things up, this means that you are coping, rather than existing as a sustainable business. Coping for too long could get you in a place where you never wanted to be. Constantly monitor for the signs of insolvency and reconsider your strategy in order to save your business.

How Can a Domain Name Affect Your SEO

Online businesses and the entire market have expanded and evolved quite a lot over the years. The power of search engines has grown quite significantly and if you want your website to make a difference and use its maximum potential, you simply have to think about SEO. Naturally, there are loads of tips and tricks for better SEO out there, but we’ve focused on one of the most common questions people ask about SEO and professional web design. That question is – can a domain name affect your website traffic?

Don't Burn Out: How to Deal With Overwhelming Stress

So, you are a successful business person, you really like your job, and everything is going just peachy. However, it is perfectly natural for times to come when too many projects fall into your lap, things at the office go awry, or you have to deal with a personal issue that is hindering your work performance. This is when you’ll probably ask yourself a lot of questions, but the main one that you should be asking yourself is “Ok, what do I do now?”

As everyone tends to fall on black days, there is a whole bunch of advice that you should adhere to in order to save yourself from burning out from all that overwhelming stress that is just piling up. Here are some things that you should try out.

How to run frugal yet successful business

The main reason why individuals come together to form a business is the notion that they can earn more by working together rather than alone. Pooling resources are one of the means through which more work can be done, and reducing costs is the other. In this sense, frugality is the cornerstone of any business endeavor. Therefore, every successful company is by definition a frugal one as well. Does this mean that becoming frugal is an automatic process? Not in the slightest.

Tips on how to overcome demotivation at your workplace and start a New Year fresh and well-rested

We've all been there - we hear the alarm clock and we can't imagine having to get up and go to work. It's just not our day or there are tons of more interesting things we could do. Grunting and cursing our fate, we get ready for the job and spend the whole day feeling utterly miserable, waiting those working hours to pass, which seem to pass so slow just out of spite.

The real problem begins if you notice that you've been feeling exactly like that for quite some time. Maybe you don't even remember when you last felt excited or at least ok about going to work. Now, it's just a feeling of pure dread at the thought of spending one more day at the office. Well, it seems like you have been feeling unmotivated to do your job.

Snapchat VS Instagram – Which Stories Are Better For Boosting Business?

In 2013, Snapchat introduced Stories as a new form of ephemeral content which instantly appealed to a younger audience. Three years later, Instagram followed with its own version of Stories, not so different from Snapchat’s version. However, in a year Stories boosted Instagram’s audience and became a big competition to Snapchat. The most important things you should be asking yourself is how does this affect brands and marketers, and what is the best way to reap the benefits from both platforms. In this article, we are going to overview both of them and let you decide which suits you better.

Snapchat

Snapchat introduced Stories in 2013, which was quickly adapted as a way for brands to cover live events.