Author: Dominique Sandwith

5 real-life automation examples for your business

You’ve probably heard us talk about automation before but have you thought about how it can help your business? Maybe you need some examples to understand how it could save you and your team time and therefore money. Here are 5 real-life examples of how we can automate processes in your business and help you get back those hours for more important tasks. 

Eat that frog, and automate the rest

Ask any business owner what their biggest pain point is, and they’ll tell you there’s never enough time in the day, week, month. Am I right? But as you know, time is a finite resource, it’s the amount of energy that you devote to your tasks in the day that makes all the difference.

Social proof and how to use it to increase your sales conversions

Are you getting a lot of website traffic but few conversions? Maybe you need some more calls to action or social proof to encourage customers to buy?  

Social proof is the act of using reviews and social prompts to validate the use of a product or service. According to a 2020 survey by BrightLocal, 82% of consumers read online reviews for local businesses before making a purchasing decision.

Flexible, dynamic, collaborative – what to expect from Yellow Door in 2021

A few months ago, some of us were baselessly optimistic that at the stroke of midnight on 31 December all of our 2020 troubles would disappear, and we would stride in 2021 with the pandemic firmly behind us. Clearly, this was not going to be the case with the COVID-19 pandemic raging on all fronts and with no end in sight.

Landing your first job in an agency, or anywhere really

It’s pretty daunting to find yourself staring down the barrel of a whole future. We’ve all been there: excited to find our dream job but scared of all the rejection that might come with it, and not knowing if what you’re applying for is actually what you want to do for the rest of your life!

Create an online shop for your products. How hard can it be?

If you read our previous post about e-commerce after COVID then you probably don’t need us to tell you again that e-commerce or online shopping is the way of the future. You’ve heard it for years before, and now it has accelerated substantially by the ‘adapt-or-die’ COVID-19 climate. According to World Wide Worx, an independent tech market research group, the portion of e-commerce in South Africa’s retail climate is just 1.4%, compared to the US and China, where it is closer to 20%. So, how do you tap into this market, and where do you start?

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