Some really interesting How To’s in this month’s startup stories! Read on and learn how you can protect your company from data breaches (by Elimity), find out what it takes to boost your Insta Stories (by Blue Zoo), discover the power of gamification (by OJOO), find the perfect investor for your startup (by Salesflare) and unravel the mysteries of the LinkedIn algorithm (by sympl). Enjoy!
Keep cybercriminals out the door
Every year, more and more companies become the victim of data breaches. And so the question arises: is it really possible to fully protect your company against cybercriminals? According to identity governance platform Elimity, a 100 % guarantee is simply impossible. But the good news is, there’s a lot you can do to reduce the risk. Check out their security tips in this blog post.
5 tips to raise your Insta Stories game
Unless you’ve been living on the moon for the past two years, you probably noticed that Instagram Stories has become the top social media channel to make an impact. For companies, ads on Insta Stories are potential social media gold. So, what’s the key to doing it right? These tips (in Dutch) by social media performance agency Blue Zoo will definitely get you started.
The secret to successful gamification
Have you tried gamificating your marketing? It might be the right time to give it a try, since gamification is a great way to attract and engage visitors and generate leads and sales. And what’s even more, it also boosts your employees’ motivation and team spirit. OJOO reveals the secrets to a successful gamification project for your business, read all about it on their blog.
How to catch (the right) investors
There comes a time for every startup, when you need to talk about the F-word… Funding! But closing a deal with the perfect investor for your startup, is not that easy. When it comes to sources of funding, what’s the trick to finding the perfect match? In this blog post, Salesflare explains!
Beat the LinkedIn algorithm
Do you know how LinkedIn’s algorithm works? Well, you’re not the only one who doesn’t have a clue. Luckily, there are a few things you can do to change the way the platform rates your content and organizes your feed. Recruitment platform sympl wrote a blog post (in Dutch) on the mysteries of LinkedIn’s algorithm, read the full post here.