Link Round-Up: Halloween Special
This is our Link Round-Up: Halloween Special! Dedicated to spooky blogs made by our Partners and international Halloween news. Take a look…. If you dare!
Spooky Blog Posts from our Partners
Our friends from HubSpot have created a list of DIY Halloween costume ideas that are easy to put together, inexpensive, and appropriate for work. As a bonus, many are marketing and technology-themed, so even if your family and friends don’t get your costume, your colleagues definitely will.
Pipeliner: 6 Deadly Sins of CRM
In this blog post by Nikolaus Kimla from Pipeliner, you will find a great infographic pointing out the six deadly sins you could commit when choosing and implementing a CRM solution. Would you dare to be guilty of any of these sins?
Running your own business can be tricky – and at times, scary too! Despite the many upsides of being your own boss, there are aspects of running a business that will unavoidably give you shivers. Which Halloween creature haunts your small business? Sometimes, having the right tools to combat the bad guys is all you need…
FreshBooks: Ghosted: What to Do When a Client Doesn’t Pay Up
This blog post by FreshBooks explores one of the worst nightmares for freelancers and small businesses: the risk that your client won’t pay on time and is seemingly unreachable. In other words, that your client becomes a Ghost. Learn what to do in this situation.
Related Article: Fascinating Interview with Remote Freelancer Bernie J. Mitchell
Scary Halloween Articles
Mirror has gathered a list of the spookiest things to do across the UK for Halloween 2017. From pumpkin carving to creepy haunted houses, there’s something for everyone to do this Halloween. If you are in the UK take a look!
Discover the mysterious origins of Halloween in this wonderful article by The Telegraph. Is it a pagan festival or a Christian practice? Every year we wear scary outfits, bob for apples and carve pumpkins on Halloween – but why?
If you have some interesting links you’d like to share, send them over to me at claudia @ piesync.com.