How Startup Marketers Stay Productive: Mila Shvets of TeamDesk

Sahil Parikh

TeamDesk

This week we feature Mila Shvets, Digital Marketer at TeamDesk. TeamDesk is an online database that enables teams to easily create web-based databases or use predefined one to gather, share and manage their business.

In this interview, you can read more about her work at TeamDesk, favorite marketing tools, productivity tips as well as her advice for budding startup marketers.

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10 Productive Ways to Spend Time on the Internet

Meeta Sharma
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October 28th, 2014 // Productivity, Work Smart

ball-142738_640Surprisingly, for us internet savvy generation, it is pretty easy to get myopic with the medium. Given the sheer scale of the internet, there is so much to see, do and learn and yet most of us find ourselves going back to the same humdrum over and over again. In this post, I will talk about how you can work on re-directing that passive, Facebook-consumed energy into something more productive. So turn off that Facebook window and consider these following recommendations to make the best of internet and feel productive. Trust me, there is a lot more to the internet than narcissistic indulgences.
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Future of Work: Why Working from Home is More Efficient

Meeta Sharma
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October 21st, 2014 // Productivity

14501420347_64b03119a9_oIn a recently published article by Fast Company, a noteworthy finding related to the American workforce has been highlighted. The story has focused on the significant rise in number of freelancers and work from home employees, and how they are changing the way organizations function. What is even more worthwhile to note is that the stigma associated with the ‘work from home’ class of people as being useless and underpaid is slowly fading away. And with this, a new breed of independent workers is seemingly emerging, and rather consciously too.

This was quite a refreshing read for a freelancer like me. Not because I was happy to receive the empathy for my kind (which was much appreciated, I must say) but because this feature has highlighted two highly underrated things. One, that modern work ecosystems have become flexible enough to accommodate a lot many independent entities over fixed ones.  And two, that working from home is seemingly and scientifically a good way to work.

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