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Having a Restaurant that doesn't break the bank

on Sunday, 10 August 2014.

Having a Restaurant that doesn't break the bank

Restaurant Day is here again! Helsinki buzzes with an amazing energy when we’re all brought together to enjoy flavours from around the world.

Participating in the event is a wonderful experience but it can bring its own set of challenges. One recurring theme mentioned by many past participants is that they just don’t make enough money to cover the costs of the event; Leaving them to question whether or not to join again.

With a few simple steps, we’ll try to encourage more "one-day food-prenuers” to join in on the fun and cover the costs - or better yet, come out with a profit!

Restaurant Day - Overcoming the Profit Challenge

on Sunday, 10 August 2014.

Restaurant Day - Overcoming the Profit Challenge

Restaurant Day is here again! Helsinki buzzes with an amazing energy when we’re all brought together to enjoy flavours from around the world.

Participating in the event is a wonderful experience but it can bring its own set of challenges. One recurring theme mentioned by many past participants is that they just don’t make enough money to cover the costs of the event; Leaving them to question whether or not to join again.

With a few simple steps, we’ll try to encourage more "one-day food-prenuers” to join in on the fun and cover the costs - or better yet, come out with a profit!

5 things to consider when having a video interview

on Thursday, 28 November 2013.

Tips to maximise your chances for having a successful video interview

5 things to consider when having a video interview

Video is becoming more and more prevalent in many businesses. Video is being used from marketing to hiring. This is why we should be getting familiar with the whole concept of video, even if we won’t use it today.

If you agree with me, then you need to check the five tips I’ve given you to perform great on camera!

Resume-Envy: This Resume Makes Yours Look Pretty Lame

Written by Joonas Villanen on Friday, 25 October 2013.

Arcade-Themed Resume Animation

Resume-Envy: This Resume Makes Yours Look Pretty Lame

Today, I was browsing the vast social media field and came across something pretty awesome. A New York based multidisciplinary designer left a lot of his fellow job seekers in the dust by making his interactive, animated, and graphically fun CV. See the full version HERE!

In short, I think this is what it's all about! Having fun, putting your own skills to the test by challenging the norm. I LOVE IT! He made sure he will have NO problems getting job offers because he made himself valuable. He's shown what he can do instead of making you guess! The resume tells and, more importantly, shows the whole story of his capabilities - Well done, sir.

A little while back, I was asked to speak about video-CVs - Why make one? The answers are pretty similar to what I would say about this online resume: Video-CVs show personality. As an employer, you can see which prospects put the time, care, and effort into their resume. It shows their willingness to work and dedicate time to stand out from the standard. They've taken the initiative to create a little something special for a function that is so mind-numbingly normal.

These are some of the things that WILL separate you from the competition. Now, let's be bold!

What do you think about this guy's idea? Have you seen other great examples somewhere? Care to share?

Please, share thy thoughts below!!


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10 SEO Copywriting tips

Written by Joonas Villanen on Monday, 12 August 2013.

Writing great content that matters in 2013

10 SEO Copywriting tips

Writing effective copy is one of the hardest things in marketing and sales. We came across this great infographic to show you what matters in copywriting in 2013. The content that has been clearly written having only SEO in mind, often appears dull and generic..  In short, it looks like it was written for robots, and not for people.

It is always better to write like you're talking to a person. It is people buying your products and services after all. So, think about your customers, and what they might want to know about you and then tell them what you can do for them using the human approach. This way, we bet you will have more succes than cramming your text full of keyowrords.

Yours truly,

Joonas

P.S. Forget about the tip #4. Google dropped the Tilde | Special thanks to Socially stacked & Content verve