"Millennials choose fresh roasting." What happened to the coffee market in Russia during the year — Poster research
The growth of the "takeaway coffee" format, the filter instead of Americano and the fashion for the hario funnel-the company for automating cafes, restaurants and stores Poster analyzed the purchases…

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Robots or living people? How customer service will change in the next decade
Elena Stolyarskaya, business coach, customer service expert, talks about the main trends in customer service development in the near future and lists 7 key changes that will affect the online…

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"Irradiated business": how radiation treatment prolongs the life of goods
We talk about the practice of radiation exposure of products-tea, sausages, etc. - to protect against microbes and mold; explain how this affects the health of consumers and the shelf…

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How to make money on hype: 5 “not”

Onegroup experts, co-authored by Anton Melnikov, Ilya Gromov and Ivan Sidenko, share examples from their professional experience in promoting companies using hype marketing tools, talk about the 5 main prohibitions in successfully planning and implementing an advertising campaign
The ability to catch a hype wave has become a trump card in the struggle of brands for the attention of the audience. High-hype advertising is distributed on a viral basis, allowing you to achieve huge coverage without increasing your budget. However, not all attempts to integrate into a popular context are successful. In fact, in order to “shoot,” an advertising campaign must be built on five “nots.”

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“Traffic – oil of the XXI century”, or Five strategies for audience monetization

Nikita Sychev shares five strategies for turning the accumulated audience into potential customers-from attracting sponsored publications to producing paid premium content
Traffic – oil of the XXI century. For Internet marketing, this has long been an axiom. Everyone rushed to develop lead deposits. However, unlike the extraction of natural resources, in digital, this process can be carried out repeatedly, turning the audience of your blog into a business asset for playing for a long time. Continue reading

How to survive the “dead season” for business»

Ekaterina Ukolova gives advice to entrepreneurs on how to overcome the “dead season” – from describing the process of diversifying areas of work-to special training for sales managers and new ways to motivate customers
Every entrepreneur is secretly afraid of this terrible time when all customers run away, go on vacation, suddenly lose interest in his product and simply forget about its existence. For example, the scourge of a large part of Russian business is summer holidays: no one agrees to meetings, marketing offers are automatically sent to spam, calls remain unanswered, messages in social networks hang for days… No wonder this period is called the “dead season”. Even the long may weekends preceding the summer season are usually unprofitable — the end-to-end Analytics service Alytics suggests that during this time, Russian business loses almost 30% of orders. Continue reading

"You can't be afraid, sell!", or how to motivate a dissatisfied customer to re-purchase
Tatiana Merkulovich, head of the Rookee customer service Department, shares tips on how to minimize the damage from the customer's negative impressions of the product or service, and provides specific…

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"Traffic - oil of the XXI century", or Five strategies for audience monetization
Nikita Sychev shares five strategies for turning the accumulated audience into potential customers-from attracting sponsored publications to producing paid premium content Traffic - oil of the XXI century. For Internet…

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Who follows the progress of the advertising campaign during the holidays
It depends on who is responsible for promoting your business-you run ads yourself, have a specialist in the state, work with a freelancer or with an Agency. In the first…

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How to love criticism and make your company more creative
Although there is a lot of talk about the benefits of criticism, it is often this word that carries a negative connotation. Dmitry Trepolsky explains how companies can not only…

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