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Finch Media: An All-Remote Company That Encourages Volunteering

Kylie McMullan is the founder of Finch Media, a virtual marketing and communications agency. She started the agency in order to design a work environment that provided opportunities for people who needed more flexibility, like parents, after seeing female colleagues treated poorly when they started families. Kylie realized that clients no longer worked standard hours or wanted to meet agencies at their offices and that as an agency, Finch Media needed to adapt. Kylie, is work flexibility t

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Is Loneliness a Side Effect of Working Remotely?

Sam Johns is a human resources specialist at Resume Genius. The company adopted a remote work policy several years ago allowing its employees to work from home several days per month. Sam, why did Resume Genius introduce work from home policy? Remote work is still seen as a perk by many employers who usually allow their employees to work from home a day or two per week. We encourage remote working because we’ve found that a change of scene gives our staff a productivity boost. Additional

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Is Remote Work the Future of Employment?

Sean Weisbrot is a serial entrepreneur and the CEO of SideKick. Having worked remotely for the last 7 years prior to starting his secure payments and messaging app, SideKick, Sean insisted on pursuing a remote-only work policy. He firmly believed that cultivating a decentralized workforce is key to making a company attractive in many ways. Sean, what are the benefits associated with remote work? Most managers are still reluctant to go all-remote. Well, managing a remote team is often seen

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Working Remotely: Is work From Home Good for Everyone?

Our guest today is Neville Mehra who runs Nampora, an all-remote digital marketing and strategy firm. Nampora is based in Washington, DC area (where Neville is from), but he’s currently working from Tbilisi, Georgia. Neville, lots of people dream of becoming digital nomads but few make the move. How does it feel to work and travel? I started working remotely as a freelancer back in 2007, and then became a digital nomad in 2012, traveling to/living in over 120 cities in 50 countries sinc

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Affiliate Marketing for Startups: How to boost revenues leveraging B2B Affiliate Programs

I’ve seen lots of startup founders making the same mistake – spending all the funding they have on headcount and expensive and inefficient marketing campaigns. It gets even worse if the first version of their product is not good enough to generate revenues. Initially, lots of potential clients may be interested to try out the product because it’s new and the flow of new users may mask the high churn rate. Even more, some founders are not interested in the churn rate at all earl