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May 13, 2019 | By Rob Rawson
At Time Doctor, our best (and favorite) marketing channel is content focused SEO. A few years ago, we had noticed that the majority of our signups and traffic came from a few keywords. So, we went all in. The result? At the time of this writing, our website, TimeDoctor.com receives over 200,000 visitors per month and over 8,000 signups per month.
May 6, 2019 | By Greg Digneo
Did you know 3.9 million Americans now work from home at least half of the week? And, the practice of hiring remote workers is continually trending upward. When you have all of your employees, or at least a portion of them, working from home, it’s imperative to have a reliable way to keep everyone on the same page. This means making sure your employee in New Zealand has the same project details, communications, task updates, etc. as your employees in Texas and New York.
Apr 24, 2019 | By Greg Digneo
If you manage a large team of remote and/or in-house workers, you have a lot on your plate. You are in charge of assigning projects, tracking progress, approving time cards, sending invoices, tracking billables, and more. If you feel overwhelmed, that’s normal. However, with the help of a timesheet app for employees, you can automate mundane processes, alleviate much of the pressure, and get back to doing what you love at work.
Apr 16, 2019 | By Anton Mishchenko
Remote work is more popular than ever. Software developers often work with clients around the world, while at the same time, a growing number of large companies are embracing remote work. Countless studies show that remote workers are more productive. Not only that, but companies that allow remote working – whether that is only some of the time or going ‘all in’ on the idea, are saving a fortune in real estate.
Apr 15, 2019 | By Liam McIvor Martin
Looking to strengthen your remote team? Seeking better team collaboration? Virtual team building is a fantastic and easy way to boost team productivity, communication, trust and cohesion. Look: Remote work is great. It allows for flexibility, diversity of ideas and qualifications, and more efficient time use. But what about the emotional connection that employees of co-located companies form over water-cooler chats and smoking breaks?