Manufacturers Using Sand Casting for Non-Ferrous Castings: Why?
Sand casting is one of the oldest tricks to get precision casting shapes of different materials in different sizes for distinct purposes. Non ferrous castings manufacturers are greatly relying on sand casting process as it is the simplest medium for making castings other than iron castings.
One of the biggest causes of business owners neglecting to blog about their business is not knowing what to write about. Coming up with the subject matter is behind a lot of blogger's block. So what are some guidelines for to...
How can you sell effectively online? And what are the key differences between selling online and offline? To find out, I spoke to Internet psychologist Graham Jones, who has spent the last 15 years analysing how consumer behaviour has adapted to the web. In his book Click.ology, he argues that companies have yet to adjust …
How The Welding Repairing Is Done For Valve Castings In India?
Welding is a process used by manufacturers of valve castings in India for repairing distinct range of casting components. It is done to surface casting defects using different welding material and procedures.
Welding is a process used by manufacturers of valve castings in India for repairing distinct range of casting components. It is done to surface casting defects using different welding material and procedures. Distinct types of welding are- Arc welding ...
Have you ever grown a garden? It takes time, patience and can be a lot of work. I believe this is the same with a Social Media Strategy. If you want to grow your business online - establishing a solid foundation, being consistent with messaging and establishing a well though out plan of attack is a must.
When I was younger one of my chores every year was to help my mom grow a
garden in our yard. We grew everything from tomatoes to different kinds of
peppers. It was a process from the beginning to the end. Early in the
spring season, before planting any seeds, we first had to prepare the
ground. The next step was determining where each plant would go. This was
important because there were areas that received more sunlight than others
The JCF Blog – What Can You Learn From Our Top Ten Posts of 2014
My blog on JCF has been updated almost every week this year. It’s been a hard slog and I recommend only taking on a weekly blog if you’re really into writing and find it easy to get topics down and onto paper. Discipline is important and a regular blog is a big task.
Of course with all that blogging comes a lot of cool content but also some really useful stats and data! Yay – DATA!
But it’s OK! Don’t leave now. I’ll explain it all in simple English rather than code only a geek could understand.
So here are the top 10 blogs from JCF this year and a link to read them. But more importantly, here are why they made the top ten and how you can use these insights to improve your own blogging or content creation. (I told you you’d learn something!)
Too often, businesses think they can leverage social media by simply thinking about it as a bolt-on to existing marketing efforts or by outsourcing it entirely as a single activity. This is part of the reason why a grey area still exists as to whether social media can produce an ROI for business.
Simply put, businesses still don’t understand how to leverage social media. Having this initial lack of understanding opens the doors to developing a whole series of management practices that just don’t get it.
If you get the foundations right, you’re already half way there.
It’s critical that a clear understanding of how to leverage social media is realised before any real investment is consumed. Would you start a business without knowing if it could work? Have you hired someone without understanding how their skill-set will benefit your business?
Is your business making a profit on its social media activity? If you’re like most, you’re probably not 100% sure. And if you are convinced it’s contributing to your bottom line, you’re probably unclear about just how much. This is terrible for your social media programme. If you can’t make the business case for it …